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For those who appreciated To the Moon (Freebird Games), The Mirror Lied is a pretty short adventure and it now has Linux support. What's really good to see, is that all their games on Steam now have Linux support.

More about it:

From a decade ago, by the creator of To the Moon and Finding Paradise: A 30-minute experimental adventure game about a faceless girl stuck inside a house with no door to the outside. 

  • A short play fitting for a single sitting.
  • A lousy original soundtrack consisting of one single tune.
  • An abstract experience that you hereby agree not to sue the developer for.

It's also free, so you can check it out on Steam right now. 

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Ehvis 3 December 2018 at 10:31 am UTC
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Cool! I'll happily give up a game of Artifact to see what Kan Gao has to say. I hope this is a prelude to another full game since everything Freebird Games makes will be a day one purchase for me.
Eike 3 December 2018 at 10:32 am UTC
Cool! I even thought about installing Proton *shudder* for this game. Didn't expect them to port a freebie.
kuhpunkt 3 December 2018 at 1:42 pm UTC
EhvisCool! I'll happily give up a game of Artifact to see what Kan Gao has to say. I hope this is a prelude to another full game since everything Freebird Games makes will be a day one purchase for me.

Nope, it's just a very old game of his from before To the Moon. He's working on a Sigmund-Sequel at the moment.
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