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Developer Gamesbymo can finally see the light at the end of the tunnel, as their platformer and space shooter hybrid A.N.N.E is heading into Early Access on June 18th. A title I reminded you all about in early March, as it's one that was funded on Kickstarter quite a few years ago.

In the latest update on Kickstarter, they said with the release it will have a cheaper price and they're hopefully going to be including a demo too. The full release is hopefully going to be ready in September, with the initial release including three of the five areas to explore.

Features:

  • Explore on foot or at the command of your ship! Use both in order to find every pieces of your fallen companion; explore inside caves and ruins on foot or move heavy objects using your ship in order to access new areas.
  • Music by Basiscape, the studio of the legendary Hitoshi Sakimoto (FF Tactics, Radiant Silvergun, Vagrant Story, FF12...).
  • Explore a massive handcrafted world and fight more than 20 bosses!
  • 25 possible weapon combinations and 5 abilities for a whole lot of possible loadouts.
  • Supporting keyboard and mouse, d-pad controllers, dual analogue controller aiming
  • A game for everyone; friendly options like (auto-aim and casual mode) ensures a more casual and less challenging experience for those who want to focus on exploration without having to worry about A.N.N.E’s challenging combat experience.

I also have it confirmed right from the developer, that the Linux version will also be ready when it enters Early Access.

If you're interested, you can wishlist/follow on Steam.

Article taken from GamingOnLinux.com.
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