The Deer God, A Beautiful Pixel Art Platformer Now On Linux

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The Deer God has arrived on Linux, and it's in the early access section. With that out of the way, the game does look stunning.

We've had goats in platformers and silly games, but now it's time for the Deer to shine! The graphics actually slightly remind me of Minecraft in a side-scrolling form, and the lighting looks great.

About the game
The Deer God is a breathtaking 3D pixel art adventure that will challenge your religion and your platforming skills.
It's a game about survival, reincarnation, and karma; all set in a breathtaking and unique 3D pixelized world.
Feast your eyes on the beautiful lighting, day and night system, and vast landscapes.

Become one of the most beautiful animals on planet earth.



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flesk 2 Dec, 2014
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There's also a Humble Widget pre-order option which comes with a Steam key. It's a bit more expensive at the moment though.
Liam Dawe 2 Dec, 2014
Thanks, I added IGS as well.
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