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Here's another game successfully funded on Kickstarter, one we missed, which looks fantastic and it's coming to Linux. It's called Pixel Noir and it sure does look stylish.

It was funded on Kickstarter back in 2015 with the help of nearly two thousand backers. Interestingly, the reason we didn't pick it up is that the campaign wasn't originally targetting Linux as a platform. It wasn't until nearly a month later, they put out a Kickstarter update which said:

Something we've seen a lot of interest in was Linux support. You guys have been vocal about wanting this and so we looked into it and we've found a viable path forward here. We are pleased to announce that Linux will be joining our target launch platforms!

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Features:

  • Solve a variety of mysteries as Pinnacle City’s cheapest Private Eye! From missing pets to murder investigations, your detective skills will earn you either fortune or face punches.
  • Fight enemies in turn-based combat. Unleash devastating combo attacks by teaming up with other heroes in your team!
  • Explore Pinnacle City--a wretched hive of scum and villainy harboring black market trade & hawked by colorful characters.
  • Use your investigation mode to reveal clues and over time unearth new secrets and storylines!

You can follow it on Steam, the Early Access release should be sometime soon going by their most recent Kickstarter update.

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Arehandoro 21 May 2019 at 11:16 am UTC
Their first campaign was unsuccessful, resulting in that I actually backed the game twice. I'm very excited of seeing it closer to being released. The game looked great back then and has only improved since.
tuubi 21 May 2019 at 1:17 pm UTC
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Looks cool. Though I'm almost disappointed to see monsters towards the end of the trailer. I was all hyped up for a proper hard-boiled noir detective story and the horror elements seem a bit unnecessary.
razing32 21 May 2019 at 7:01 pm UTC
Looks interesting.
May consider getting it on release.
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