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David Evans and The Quantum Astrophysicists Guild have a brand new trailer out for their upcoming naval action and adventure game Sail Forth.

While previously Evans was working alone on Sail Forth doing graphics, audio and programming they've recently announced the team up with The Quantum Astrophysicists Guild who've developed and published multiple other titles with Linux support like The Bridge, Tumblestone and Almost There: The Platformer.

You can see the fresh trailer below:

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Coming to Linux next year, this is one I covered previously. Catching up with the publisher today they confirmed again Linux support is still happening for it! Fantastic news, as it looks absolutely brilliant. I couldn't contain my laughter at the little people swinging across to board another ship, looks like it's going to be a lot of fun to adventure across the seas.

Feature Highlight:

  • Physically simulated boats - With great care taken to enable casual play while retaining real sailing concepts.
  • Unique environments - Each containing their own flora and fauna and ambient soundtrack.
  • Customization - Choose from a variety of flag and sail designs, find new weapons and equipment for your boats.
  • Build your fleet - No need to give up your cool boat when you get a new one, add it to your fleet and continue your adventure if one boat sinks.

You can wishlist/follow Sail Forth on Steam.

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2 comments

Tchey 14 Dec, 2019
Salt + Tempest = want
BrazilianGamer 15 Dec, 2019
Looks really chilling
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