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The developers of Refunct emailed me to let me know that the game will launch on Linux on the 5th of September.

The Linux version will launch alongside a big update as detailed here.

I have requested a press copy as they provided a link to do so. Thoughts will be available hopefully after release.

- Platforming: Wall-jumps, slides, pipes, lifts, springboards, ...
- Beautiful: Emotional soundtrack and vibrant visuals.
- Peaceful: Non-violent, open world without death.
- Playful: Learn to play without tutorials.
- Relaxing: Play at your own pace without pressure.
- Dynamic: Changing world and music-synced day/night cycle.
- Seamless: Half an hour of uninterrupted quality playtime.
- For Everyone: Enjoyable by a wide variety of player skill. Article taken from
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Dax Tailor 2 Sep, 2016
First I thought this is something like Kairo, but it looks like there are no or only a few puzzles. However, for €2.99 I think I will give it a try.
According to steam, there will be a 50% of on the Linux and Mac release week.
I am not sure but do there really sell so much more by 50% off? €2.99 is not much at all I think.
flesk 2 Sep, 2016
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I think it looks pretty fun. Surprised it's getting a 50% cut though, since it's very cheap as it is.
voyageur 6 Sep, 2016
"Half an hour of uninterrupted quality playtime." is a correct estimation, a small relaxing and pleasant game with clean visuals that works on Linux.
Definitely worth the small price for me
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