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KURSK [Official Site] looks pretty damn fine, and a rather interesting setting too. An adventure and survival game about a destroyed submarine. It will support Linux!

It does list a Linux icon proudly on the official site, and a GOL follower emailed in a tweet from the CEO of the developer confirming it again. The tweet is in Polish, but essentially he says Linux is planned.

You can see some gameplay from the last Gamescom below:
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Thanks for the info, NuSuey!

I think it looks pretty good, and I certainly find the setting quite interesting. Will be sure to give this one a good go! Article taken from GamingOnLinux.com.
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5 comments

stan 15 Oct, 2016
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Looks very nice. I wonder how much gameplay they’ll be able to fit in a sinking submarine.
Ehvis 15 Oct, 2016
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It has an ancient lcd game! How much more gameplay do you want? :D
tuubi 16 Oct, 2016
I guess it should play something like Alien: Isolation and/or SOMA? I'd prefer an adventure (with real puzzles and dialogue, not a walking simulator) in a similar style, but without the stress or survival. I'm still veeeery slowly working my way through A:I, and it's a great game, but I think I like my adventures better without the frustration. At least provide an easy difficulty level like most "real" action/FPS games do. I'm in it for the story and the puzzles, not the pants-soiling.


Quoting: EhvisIt has an ancient lcd game!
Please don't say ancient. It makes me feel so old. :/

We had the awesome original Mario Bros. with the "bros" working at a bottling plant (I thought they were plumbers?) and good old Donkey Kong Jr. when I was a kid. Sadly both long since broken and gone. All the remakes and digital versions just wouldn't feel the same.
Jaromir 16 Oct, 2016
The atmosphere and gameplay are intriquing.

KURSK is some tricky subject matter.
Ehvis 16 Oct, 2016
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Quoting: tuubi
Quoting: EhvisIt has an ancient lcd game!
Please don't say ancient. It makes me feel so old. :/

We must be from the same era! Just think of it being technologically ancient. :P
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