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Fancy Skulls Randomly Generated FPS Now In Beta For Linux

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Fancy Skulls is a First Person Shooter with random generation where each enemy must be dealt with skill, wit and caution. The game has been on Linux for a while and it has been given a big update.

I must say now that the game isn't grey everywhere it looks far more interesting to play and it's pretty good.

- fixed some bugs
- fixed hound unlock not inlocking
- fixed greedy eye not having any icon at all
- fixed some objects not being seen in the corner of the screen from certain angles when standing really close
- preventing player from falling into void indefinitely

- added 1 new enemy
- added "accurate hits return bullets in cylinder" mod
- added sounds for enemies deaths

- changed description of a revolver mod to "jump to add single bullet to cylinder" so it is clear that it does not synergies with mod that gives double damage to a shot after reload

You can grab a copy right now for $7.99 from the developer directly.

Finally the developer is really hoping to get on Steam, so please give them a vote to help on greenlight. Article taken from
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