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This looks really damn sweet. AntVentor is a point and click adventure game set in a photo-realistic macroworld and it's now on Linux.

Have you ever wondered what the world would look like if you were the size of an ant?

AntVentor is the first short chapter of the AntTrilogy series about an ant and his unusual adventures in a realistic macroworld.

The main character is an inventor ant. Despite his small size, he has a big dream.
He lived a simple life, until you showed up, broke his mechanism and ruined his plans.

Now you have to do whatever it takes to help Florantine not only return to his life, but also fulfill his long-cherished dream.

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The visuals in the game look incredible, it certainly is something I could see myself getting lost in for a bit. The trailer certainly makes it seem interesting for sure. While the humour in it seems simple, it's the kind that's easy to love as it works well. Nice to see a prompt Linux release too, since it only came out last month.

It's apparently quite short at around 2-3 hours, although it is the first part of a planned trilogy. So do keep that in mind if you're going to pick it up.

Honestly, this image sold it to me.

Stupid cute eyes, I need to play this.

Seems to have been pretty well recieved too! You can find it on Humble Store and Steam.

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raneon 1 July 2018 at 10:42 am UTC
I bought the game yesterday. As the game is based on Unity, I added the launch option -force-vulkan and the game works. Seems like an unofficial Vulkan build is available. Does somebody know how to confirm this? The only way I could think of, is by using GALLIUM_HUD=fps, it was shown on the OpenGL version as expected, but not anymore with the -force-Vulkan option added.
Eike 12 November 2018 at 9:45 am UTC
As adoption plans didn't work out, I bought it now.
It's a cute one, not long, but nice!
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