I Can't Escape: Darkness Teaser Trailer, Will Be On Linux

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I Can't Escape: Darkness is a new horror game coming to Linux from US developers Fancy Fish Games. It is the follow-up to a game created at a game-jam called I Can't Escape which can be checked out on Newgrounds although it kept saying I needed 3D Hardware Rendering you might have better luck than me.

Teaser Trailer:

Official About
I Can't Escape: Darkness is a quicksand trap for the senses - the more you listen and look for clues, the deeper you fall into a damp, living dungeon. Your odds of escape are slim, and when you fail, the dungeon will change before you try again. Fend off the Darkness with whatever light you can find; once your light burns out, the Darkness will consume you.

They are looking for help getting onto Steam, so if horror is your thing then vote for it on Steam Greenlight. Article taken from GamingOnLinux.com.
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loggfreak 27 Sep, 2014
try running chrome with this 'google-chrome --enable-webgl --ignore-gpu-blacklist'
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