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Grimind, A 2D Physics Based, Adventure, Platform Game Released On Steam For Linux

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Grimind is a 2D, physics based, adventure, platform game in horror/creepy theme. Grimind casts you into forgotten caves and ancient crypts, without memories.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=8vB9NLuZ3aM

It has been on Desura for over a year now, but it's always good to see Steam's library of Linux games get bigger and better.

I absolutely love the constrast in this game between the characters and the bright backdrops, it works really, really well.

Features:
Dynamic gameplay combined with a frightening experience
Physics based gameplay - It gives you the possibility to do whatever you want. Every single dynamic object can be dragged, carried or thrown which gives you enormous freedom.
Narration - While playing, the character is talking, telling the player what he feels, if he's scared, or what he thinks about the current situation.
Challenge! - Grimind isn't an easy game, so you can forget about holding just one key and passing through the levels. Besides dexterity and input skills, there is also a large number of logic puzzles to solve. Your brain will be tested and you'll not get bored.



Has anyone played it? Let us know what you think. Article taken from GamingOnLinux.com.
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