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First Person Horror Adventure 'Albino Lullaby' Should Come To Linux

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Albino Lullaby is a really freaky looking horror adventure that should be coming to Linux, and it's using Unreal Engine 4.

The news comes thanks to this tweet that was sent in:

@Cybolic Thank you! I think you just hurt my brain =D Linux ummmm… dunno? =P #SteamOS YES!

Albino Lullaby (@AlbinoLullaby) February 6, 2015

We imagine the "dunno? =P" is a joke due to the smiley and the mention of SteamOS being a yes.

The game has already been funded on Kickstarter, so it looks like it's good to go.

It's going to be exciting to see what other types of games UE4 will bring with the native support built it, and this game looks pretty freaky.

About the game
Albino Lullaby is a first-person horror adventure game set in a dark and fun subterranean world. Clinging to the precipices of underground cliffs, the highly interactive environment twists and contorts around you in real time as you explore and puzzle your way through its equally twisted narrative. The atmospheric powers of Unreal Engine 4 transport the player into a world that etches it's way deep into the player's imagination through its impressionist art style. Designed from the ground up for compatibility with the Oculus Rift, Albino Lullaby aims to transport players to a new plane of perception and immersion. Article taken from
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The comments on this article are closed.
WorMzy 12 February 2015 at 11:41 am UTC
Looks like another case of a developer not knowing that SteamOS is Linux-based to me.. I don't think that bodes well. :/
Kallestofeles 13 February 2015 at 2:04 pm UTC
WorMzyLooks like another case of a developer not knowing that SteamOS is Linux-based to me.. I don't think that bodes well. :/
I am pretty sure that the dev knows it but was just joking.

Anyways, this looks like a treat for me. Plus the use of native UE4, will be great!
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