'Disturbed' is a free visual adventure that was released some months ago, which got a lot of favorable reviews from Steam users. Because of this, the single developer behind the game announced, only a few weeks after its release, that there would be a sequel. And now the Steam Greenlight page is finally live.
The developers Spooky's Jump Scare Mansion: HD Renovation have stated that Linux support is still coming and it looks like it could be soon.
I think the premise of this title has a lot of potential, and I hope the developers prove capable of offering a good story in upcoming episodes. In the mean time, the demo is available on itch and GameJolt.
I've now had a chance to play CAYNE, the free point & click horror game set in the STASIS universe and it's really rather good.
Honestly, I never heard about this title until Steam recommended it to me, and once I learned that it has a demo available, then it became a priority. Of course, I think it was a very good experience, and I'm looking forward to eventually acquire the full game.
If you fancy scaring yourself silly this weekend, be sure to check out Alien: Isolation - The Collection which is 70% off on the Feral Interactive store.
The next installment in the noir point and click adventure will be arriving soon. This humor-laced adventure will throw more of everything at the player, including more crime bosses and allies.
Observer, a brand new horror from the developers of 'Layers of Fear' has been announced. It's being published by Aspyr Media once again and I have it confirmed it will be on Linux.
The developers of STASIS gave an update today on the progress of a Linux version and the good news is that they are actively working on it!
I am really excited to see more of the psychological horror game ‘Tether’, so I spoke with the Creative Director about what we can expect from it.
If you still haven't picked up Alien: Isolation, now is a good time. Feral Interactive have the game on sale on their official store. Alien: Isolation – The Collection includes all the DLC too, so it's a pretty good deal.
Syndrome, a good-looking sci-fi survival horror was supposed to come to Linux at release, but it seems Unity is holding it back with bugs.
Yeah, I'm far too much of a sucker when it comes to adventure and horror games with a future space sci-fi story. Tether now has a new trailer and it has sucked me in even more.
The developers of White Noise 2 have managed to fix it up and get it working nicely on Linux, so I was able to take a look.
The developers of 'STASIS' have been unable to bring the game officially to Linux, but their next game 'CAYNE' will have Linux support from Day-1.