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Hamster On Coke Games are at it again, with a new puzzle game on the way called OXXO that promises an experience that evolves as you play it.

They previously made Scalak, Zenge, PUSH, Art Of Gravity and more and their games are always quite highly rated. Personally, I played through Scalak back in 2018 and thoroughly enjoyed it so I'm happy to see more unique puzzle games from the same developer come to Linux.

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The idea is simple, you just need to group-up similar blocks, however from the footage above it looks like a bit of a brain twister since it's in 3D with you needing to rotate everything around and slide them across, looks just as sweet as their previous games! I like the sound of it, a relaxing puzzler with no time limits and you can't actually lose, you just keep going until you solve the puzzle.

You can wishlist/follow it on Steam for release in August. I will be happily taking a look at this when it's released.

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no_information_here 27 Jun, 2019
I have liked their other games. Definitely worth looking into...


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