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A new action adventure game is heading our way in the form of HUSH. The game is inspired by childish nightmares and fears, which sounds pretty fun if they do it right.

They confirmed in a recent announcement on their greenlight page that Linux will be officially supported. It's nice to see a developer on Greenlight who not only lists Linux as a platform, but actually makes an announcement stating it. Makes me feel like they are invested in it, unlike other projects that list Linux as a platform and drop out on supporting it.

They did fail their Kickstarter, but it seems they plan to keep on trucking.

About the game
HUSH is a challenging action-adventure video game about our childhood fears. Inspired by nightmares and dreams alike. Face your fears.

Hush draws its inspiration from fears, particularly those we have all experienced in some way or another when we were children. This is the story of Ashlyn, as she finds herself in an orphanage that time forgot, surrounded by blood freezing phobias that will try to absorb her into oblivion. Your goal is to help Ashlyn face these fears, and then use them to your advantage in order to escape from this nightmarish place.

During this journey you’ll find yourself roaming through all sorts of environments capable of bringing out your innermost phobias. You’ll also be getting help from the inhabitants of this establishment, simply called The Forgotten. These little figures will tell you all about the suffering they've been through as victims of The Fears, while giving you hints on what awaits you.
We intend to deliver you a fun, polished experience through the portrayal of a compelling story with an intricate plot.

The game has now been greenlit, so hopefully we will see it land with Linux support on Steam in the not too distant future.

Thanks for letting us know Fernando Andrade! Article taken from GamingOnLinux.com.
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flesk 9 May, 2015
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We covered it briefly at the end of TFC #44 and it's one we really wanted to see get funded. Unfortunately that didn't happen, but it's great to hear they haven't given up on the game, and that they aim to support Linux.
Glink 12 May, 2015
Only now I had the chance to come here and thank you for publishing the article, and above all thank you for improving it, I'm not an English native and I have done my best... :)
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