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Posted by , 26 March 2013 at 8:05 pm UTC / 3024 views
Kinetic Void is a 3D space adventure with a focus on customization and enjoyable space simulation. The game is one of the few in Steam's new Early Access section (meaning it's early in development).

So this has everything I like in a game, it's space themed, I can build a ship and fly it around and with good visuals as well, this game is full of "win".

Their F.A.Q clearly states it will be heading to Linux!
QuoteQ: What operating system does KV run on?
A: We are developing on Unity3d, and will be deploying to Windows, OSX, and Linux.

  • Fully detailed and customizable space ships.
  • Hundreds of weapons and modules of multiple sizes
  • Fully customizable and adaptable controls for mouse, keyboard, and joystick.
  • Huge procedurally generated galaxy, limited only by your computers capabilities.
  • Randomized factions and political standings.
  • Open world sandbox, you are in control of your fate.
  • Detailed economy simulation with resources, trade routes and more.
  • Epic space combat.
  • Toggleable Newtonian Flight
  • Emergent gameplay.
Looking forward to seeing this one come to Linux. There has been a delay in the Linux version thanks to the "Scaleform" which they are moving away from:
QuoteWe ran into some problems with the Mac and Linux client using scaleform, so we are changing to another UI framework. I have been working on the UI all day, I hope to have it up and running soon.

We are NOT switching from Unity.
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Cheeseness commented on 29 March 2013 at 3:19 am UTC

Neat. I'll have to keep an eye on this one

SeanP commented on 2 April 2013 at 8:34 pm UTC

Hey all, thanks for the mention. I am Sean the lead developer of KV, we are working on a UI overhaul right now and hope to have it ready within the next two weeks, after that we will be pushing our Linux build live on Steam.

Cheeseness commented on 3 April 2013 at 5:56 am UTC


What's the best way to get alerts of stuff so that we can get the word out when it's time?

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