An action RPG where you're three inches tall, surviving in a world made for Humans? That's what's going on in Insignificant, launching on October 8 with Linux support. Speaking to the developer on Steam, they confirmed Linux will be supported and launch alongside Windows and Mac.
Take a look at their rather peculiar trailer below:
It's a game that will reward exploration, as the developer said they've buried secrets around for you to find. Since you're a tiny person in a huge world, apparently even the smallest of critters will be a match for you. Going by the combat system shown in the trailer above, it could be quite an interesting one and certainly quite unusual.
- Experience a wildly creative and personal story that GOES PLACES. You know that that means, right?
- Explode enemies with bullets from your magic finger guns, slice them with a sewing needle, poke them full of holes with a pushpin, and grab tons of creative loot you could only use as a tiny person!
- Experiment with a variety of gameplay modes like the hardcore Survival mode, the casual No Combat mode, and the tactical No Grinding mode so you can play your way!
- Expand your repertoire of surprising powers as you play and slow down time, become invisible or take to the skies and fly!
- Explore unique, hand-crafted areas with absolutely no procedural generation at all! This is 100% artisanal, bespoke, keyboard-to-table game juice from designer Dan Rickmers.
You can wishlist and follow it on Steam.