Think you're smart? Puzzle game PATHOS [Steam] might make you think again and it's now available on Linux to fry your brain.
The developer, Broguelike, announced the "Expansion Update" yesterday which added Linux support, full gamepad support and some UI tweaks.
About the game:
The objective in PATHOS is simple - deceptively so. You've got just enough moves to get to the end. No more, no less. Use every last one mindfully.
Think of PATHOS as a play on the ol' sokoban style games. But instead of getting objects to their intended spot, you've got to get yourself past all those complicating obstacles, whether those obstacles are blocks, keys, teleporters, chasms or some sly board manipulation tricks. And every puzzle only gives you the moves you need - not one step extra.
After watching the trailer, I still don't feel any wiser about what it's actually like, but I do think it looks interesting. It's full of content too with 150+ levels, global statistics, some sort of narrative to follow and more.
You can grab it on Steam right now, with 45% off for another ~7 hours.