The developer, JOL Studios, is composed of just three people, two artists and a single programmer who teamed up in 2015 to make unique games. It's self-funded too, as it didn't go through crowdfunding.
They recently put out a new trailer too, check it out:
We missed it, since they added Linux support later in development, in September to be exact. Valve still hasn't sorted the issue of games new to Linux showing up in the SteamOS/Linux newly released list.
About the game:
Just One Line is a fantasy RPG gamebook-like indie game heavily focused on choices and their consequences, in which you may compete with other players in an interactive online leaderboard.
Create different adventurers by choosing their races and backgrounds and embark on a variety of epic quests: each adventurer will progress by increasing his/her renown and relations with the factions of the Kingdom thus unlocking new races and backgrounds for your next playthroughs.
I think it looks like a fantastic attempt to bring text adventure games into a more modern style, what do you think?
Thanks for the tip razing32!