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Tesla Breaks the World! Released For Linux

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Tesla Breaks the World! A platformer that mixes puzzles, adventure and Nikola Tesla into a mixed bag of gameplay.

The current reviews of the game are mixed, so it's one of those hit-or-miss platformers that you may or may not want to pickup. The current issues with the game seem to stem from the imprecise controlling of your character which is noted in multiple reviews.

It's yet another game to be released thanks to Kickstarter, so we are starting to see more and more trickle in. They didn't gain a massive amount of funding though, so it's not surprising it's a mixed bag. I'm not saying funding always makes a great game, but if they had more funding initially maybe they would have spent more time polishing the control system.

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You take on the role of Nikola Tesla: world's greatest inventor. No big burden right? When a snooping Thomas Edison accidentally damages your most recent invention, Tesla accidentally opens a quantum space tear. Oh dear. Now, you must set out across country, city and laboratory to confront your nemesis and fix this broken world! Blending classic 2D platforming with puzzle solving, unlockable inventions, 1800's era-Undead and randomly generating level design... and Tesla is in for a bit of challenge...

Check it out on Steam for Linux now. Article taken from GamingOnLinux.com.
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