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Gunpoint stealth puzzle game will come to linux

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Gunpoint is a stealth puzzle game that lets you rewire its levels to trick people.

The developed outlined in a recent post on their plans which includes Linux and Mac versions!

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Looks awesome, good to see some more interesting games come to Linux. This is one I think I need to get, such a fun idea!

The bit in the trailer where you run at the security guard and push him out the window...should I feel bad about thinking "that was awesome"?

It has a level editor and a demo (yes a demo!) and can be purchased for $10.

Remember it's always better to wait until the Linux version hits to buy it, for one you don't get stung if there are issues and two show the developer the spike in sales as a result of porting! Article taken from
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Lord Avallon 10 Aug, 2013
It´s awesome, I knew about the intentions of the developer to bring it to Linux already, but I didn´t thought it would be right now, I want this game for sure since the first video I watched.
xananax 11 Aug, 2013
I found it so interesting I gifted it to a friend since I wouldn't be able to play myself. I'll be happy to buy it again :)
Sabun 12 Aug, 2013
Sweet! No doubt we're getting Linux support thanks to YoYoGames ensuring that Game Maker Studio supports Linux. Really goes to show that as long as the engines support Linux, the likeliness of us getting a Linux port of the game is almost a certainty. :)
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