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Parcel, A Cyberpunk Puzzler Exits Early Access On Steam For Linux

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Parcel is a Cyberpunk puzzle game from Polar Bunny Ltd that kept our flesk pretty hooked, and less than a month later it has come out of Early access.

If you didn't see the previous article on it from flesk, be sure to check that out for their thoughts on it.

I've had a chance to actually try it myself now, and it's quite an intriguing puzzle game. I'm not a massive fan of puzzle games I will admit that, but I still found Parcel to be a high quality and interesting to try game.
The graphics are quite good too, which for me is a bonus, as I really am a graphics junky. Sad, but true, as I rarely play games with lower quality graphics.

About the game (Official)
Parcel is an atmospheric block-pushing puzzle game where your goal is to solve interlocking laser puzzles by using the unique abilities of different characters. Switch between members of your team of postpeople and make your way through mind benders in a charming, ridiculous cyberpunk future!

Check out Parcel on Steam. Article taken from GamingOnLinux.com.
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flesk 24 April 2015 at 3:11 pm UTC
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I've logged about 10 hours in Parcel now, and it really gets quite difficult as you go. I don't think I'll be able to complete all of the levels anytime soon, but I'm still enjoying it a lot.
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