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Currently in development by Beard Envy with publishing from Kasedo Games, the puzzle game Filament has you exploring a seemingly abandoned spaceship while sorting out all the cables.

From what they said about it, it's a story-rich and full narrated puzzle game. One that's meant to be somewhat relaxing with you able to go at your own pace. Going by the official announcement, Linux support is confirmed for release sometime in Q1 next year.

Check out the first teaser trailer, could be good:

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Sounds like it will have a lot to keep you occupied too, with "over 300" puzzles to solve and a lot of them can be done in a different order as you explore.

I'm certainly curious to find out more about the story as you will be in contact with Juniper, the sole surviving member of the spaceship crew. As you progress, Juniper will gradually open up and you will find out what happened.

You can wishlist/follow it on Steam now.

Hat tip to NuSuey in our Discord.

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Nanobang 16 August 2019 at 12:02 pm UTC
From what I see and hear, it looks like something I'm going to love. I giggled at the video's beginning, where the little person has their feet up on the console.

The only place it might lose me is if it turns out that "exploration" means wandering around aimlessly without a map, backtracking and hunting for that one room I need to complete a level. That shit makes me crazy.
Philadelphus 16 August 2019 at 1:00 pm UTC
I've always enjoyed figuring out knots and mazes, and this looks like a game where that might come in handy! Plus I like the art style, and the animation looks pretty polished already. I'll throw it on the wishlist and see when it comes out.
Termy 16 August 2019 at 3:58 pm UTC
Sounds like it could be quite the relaxing experience - i'm looking forward to it!
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