Charles Games have released their second native Linux game today with Svoboda 1945: Liberation a historical adventure that offers a unique blend of adventure gameplay, full-motion video interviews with real actors, and historically accurate interactive memories and more.
After a short Beta period that we wrote about earlier in March, the modern FMV adventure game Dark Nights with Poe and Munro is now natively released and support for Linux systems from D'Avekki Studios Ltd.
From the creators of The Infectious Madness of Doctor Dekker and The Shapeshifting Detective, D'Avekki Studios have put up a Linux Beta version of Dark Nights with Poe and Munro.
Love your FMV adventures? The Dark Side of the Moon is a brand new interactive movie featuring live-action video and point & click elements out now on Steam along with full Linux support.
Mixing together FMV with a Visual Novel adventure, The Parrot That Summons Demons will be bringing the deep, dark and unsettling story by the creators of Bloody Service to Linux.
Developer CASE has given us the very latest in interactive entertainment with Bloody Service, a throwback to classic 80's slasher movies and it's worth a look.
More FMV goodness? Yes please. Bloody Service mixes in a visual novel with an FMV (full motion video) to bring an intriguing mix that the developer says is a "dark, wild and unsettling love letter to 80’s slashers".
Tritrie Games and Assemble Entertainment have released Jessika, a full-motion video (FMV) thriller mystery with Linux PC support and it looks very interesting.
Created with the help of professional historians, Svoboda 1945 tells the story of the events that followed the end of the Second World War in a small Czech village. By uncovering the past, players can explore the experiences of those who survived the war.
Released back in June, General Horse and the Package of Doom is a Full Motion Video game that might just be the dumbest FMV I've ever put time into.
Assemble Entertainment and Tritrie Games have confirmed that Jessika, a full-motion video mystery-adventure will be launching with Linux support on August 25.
Attentat 1942 from Charles Games is a World War 2 adventure with an aim to be historically-accurate and give it a different face to what you might expect.
Jessika is an upcoming full motion video (FMV) mystery adventure, that has you pry into the digital past of Jessika as part of a group that specializes in processing digital footprints of deceased people.
Another Linux port from Icculus! Noctropolis, a remastered adventure game originally released on 1994 has arrived.
The Infectious Madness of Doctor Dekker sees you as a psychiatrist trying to solve a murder. The unique thing here is that the game is played out through various actors using FMV (full motion video).
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