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Fumiko! [Official Site, IndieDB] A new single-player, story-driven game that has been developed with Unity and Linux is coming out next month. It looks absolutely bizarre, but in a good way.

Check out the announcement trailer:
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I'm not really sure what I just watched or what to make of it, but I really want to give it a go as it looks so different.

It will release on the 14th of February, just in time for Valentines day. Could be a weird present for your loved one?

You can download a free preview on IndieDB, so be sure to check it out and let me know what you think in the comments.

I asked the developer on reddit about developing it with Unity on Linux and they had this to say:
QuoteYes! They started offering a Linux Editor about a bit over a year ago and I've used it ever since. I didn't care about the occasional crashes and strange drag and drop behaviours as long as I could finally stay on linux for all my development work and still be able to produce a stable build. I want to take a look into Godot though. Unity3D is a great engine and I love to work with it, but it's a shame it produces so many unnecessary binary blobs - especially the .scene files. It's heavy and powerful, just like visual studio, but at the same time disappointingly non-hackable and closed down.
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chimpy 20 Jan, 2017
Will be pretty cool to hear his thoughts on the Godot game engine over the Unity engine.
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