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STATIONflow is a game about managing a very busy underground train station that's currently in Early Access with Linux support, which is to officially release on April 15.

Quite a complex-looking game that has you build 3D layouts, guiding passengers around to their destinations. You drag and drop corridors and platforms around, with a free-form layout system so that the flow of passengers is only as good as your imagination for planning. This also means you can constantly optimise and re-build, when you discover a better layout.

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"I am excited to share our latest project today," said STATIONflow producer Tak Fujii. "This is a game created by a small team with big ideas and a big heart – and wouldn’t be possible without the dedication and hard work from game director Szabó Marcell. I hope players enjoy it, and I challenge everyone to make over one million passengers happy!"

After entering Early Access in December last year, they've managed to get a "Very Positive" rating from users on Steam so it looks like they've done well. The main complaint right now seem to be limited content but the team at DMM GAMES did mentioned that they have "plenty of new features" in store for the full release.

Feature Highlight:

  • Manage the flow of thousands of passengers with different needs, stats and targets, simulated in real time.
  • Build complex 3D layouts in a multilayered map.
  • Place and shape corridors and structures freely, without the constraints of a grid.
  • Connect your station with stairs, escalators and elevators as efficiently as you can, but make sure everything is accessible.
  • Keep things functional and efficient: your goal is to avoid congestion and to get passengers to where they want to go as quickly and smoothly as possible.
  • Guide passengers via signage, and watch the flow of passengers change. Manipulate the path people take to avoid crowds—sometimes the shortest route is not the most efficient.
  • Satisfy your passengers’ desires for various services: place vending machines and kiosks, construct bathrooms, restaurants and more. Passengers will expect more than just to find their exit on time.

Find it right now on Steam in Early Access or wait for the full release on April 15.

Article taken from GamingOnLinux.com.
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