Micron has been out for Linux for a little while, but it hasn't seemed to gain a big following. Hopefully this new and updated Steam release will fix that.
Thew new releases not only features gamepad support, but it now has a level editor too. I can't wait to see what crazy sounding levels people can create in it.
The game is actually quite interesting after playing it for a while I've grown to love it. As usual for any puzzle game the first few levels are really quite easy to lull you into a false sense of security. It's like you have a security blanket that is quickly whipped away from you as when you get to the later levels you first reaction turns from "okay i can do this" to "what the hell is that!". Luckily the lovely music in the game will attempt to keep you calm as the bullets smash into the wall.
- Game design that blends puzzle and rhythm elements
- 63 levels to test your puzzle-solving skills
- 7 level themes, each with unique music and sounds
Grab Micron from the developers directly for links to Steam & Humble Store's widget too if you prefer to buy there.
If you try it come back and let us know what you think to it!
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