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OneShot [Official Site, Steam], a pretty promising looking puzzle & adventure game was planned as a day-1 Linux release, but it's seen a delay.

Speaking on the Steam forum, the developer said this:

QuoteIn the future this thread will serve as a general FAQ, but for now I will address the issue of cross-platform builds. Linux and OS X were planned as supported platforms on release, however a deluge of bugs and health issues towards the end of development stalled work on necessary features for these games in order to meet the deadline. However, Linux support will be added soon (perhaps within a week at best) and OS X support at an indeterminate time afterwards. I'm really sorry for this, especially since Linux is my OS of choice, but it couldn't be helped.

Hopefully they will be able to get it out soon, as it does look damn good.

- Gameplay mechanics that go beyond the game window.
- A haunting original soundtrack and artwork designed to match.
- A unique relationship between a game and its player.
- A lingering feeling that you're not getting the full story unless you know where to look.

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tuubi 10 Dec, 2016
Weird and quite possibly wonderful. Hope they get it sorted out.

A release delay of a week or three doesn't matter much to people like me with 80+ games on our wishlists...
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