This looks all kinds of nuts. A point and click adventure game planned to release for Linux that's made from Renaissance-era paintings and public domain recordings of classical music.
It serves as a sequel to their previous game, Four Last Things which sadly didn't come to Linux. The developer said this about Linux support on their Kickstarter:
The Procession to Calvary will be released for PC, Mac, and Linux some time in 2019, with a mobile build likely to follow at a later date. (While Four Last Things was made using Visionaire Studio, The Procession to Calvary will be made with Unity, which means I will definitely be able to live up to the promise of Mac and Linux builds this time!)
I know they're trying to get backers, but I still think they're being a little naive here. Sure, Unity supports building for Linux, but we all know it's had a lot of issues lately. Just because your game engine supports it, doesn't make it simple. So I do hope they have researched it a little and tested it first to be as confident as they sound about it. Not trying to put a downer on it here at all, just pays to remain a little cautious.
Considering it also follows on from the events of the previous game, they're going to need a good bit of story telling for Linux (and Mac) players so we're not completely lost on what's going on.
Anyway, check out the weird trailer:
I must admit, it does look pretty darn amusing.
They're seeking £7.5K with £2,5K already funded and they still have a good 29 days left to go, so they should easily hit that funding goal.
Find it on Kickstarter.
Cookies to NuSuey for the tip.