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Fossil Echo is a pretty awesome looking story-driven platformer that has plans for a Linux version, it's not ready just yet but will be soon.

Speaking on the Steam forum the developer said:
QuoteHello! We decided to not have PC players wait while we finalized the Mac & Linux versions. We don't have a set release date yet for those, but they are coming soon. Thanks for your interest. Cheers :)

It has some truly lovely animations, art and audio so I am looking forward to seeing if it lives up to how it looks.

They are doing a Steam, GOG and Humble Store release, so hopefully all those stores will get the Linux version too.

Thanks to the guys in the IRC for pointing it out. Article taken from
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GustyGhost 8 Jul, 2016
Okay, this has to be asked: Why is there suddenly a huge influx of 2D games this week?
Spl-it 8 Jul, 2016
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QuoteWe decided to not have PC players wait while we finalized the Mac & Linux versions

I can't wait any longer, I must install PC on my system.
Can anyone help me out? I can't get any good info on google.

Nonsense aside, game looks good, I'll buy it once it's released :)
PublicNuisance 9 Jul, 2016
Looks good. If and when they put a Linux version on GOG I'll buy it.
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