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Dream Well, a new episodic narrative arcade horror game has Linux support

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Halloween has been a gone but don't let that stop you trying out a new horror game, as Dream Well recently released with Linux support.

This is the first chapter in a planned series of four. It looks and sounds quite interesting, with a claim of an AI that learns to hunt you down requiring a stealthy approach. It also has procedural music, a responsive environment and incremental difficulty with a growing narrative—not that they explain what much of that actually means for the gameplay as it all sounds like fancy buzzwords to me.

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While there's only one part released so far giving what they say is 1-2 hours play-time, buying a copy will give you the rest of the parts as free updates. Going by what else they said, it sounds like a demo might be in the works too so you can get a taste.

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Cybolic 4 Nov, 2019
Strangely, apart from the frantic camera movements and the music, this looks really soothing; like the kind of place I would very much enjoy spending the night in.
I can't decide whether this a good thing for the game or not :/
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