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Announced yesterday, the developer of To the Moon sequel 'Finding Paradise' [Steam, Official Site] has said it will launch officially on December 14th.

The great news, is that it should see same-day Linux support. It has a Linux/SteamOS system requirements section and the official site does actually show Linux very clearly as a platform. It will be released across Steam, GOG and Humble Store. It only has a Steam store page up currently and they will not be doing pre-orders, so you can wishlist it.

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About the game:

Dr. Rosalene and Dr. Watts have peculiar jobs: They give people another chance to live, all the way from the very beginning... but only in their patients' heads.

Due to the severity of the operation, the new life becomes the last thing the patients remember before drawing their last breath. Thus, the operation is only done to people on their deathbeds, to fulfill what they wish they had done with their lives, but didn’t.

Finding Paradise is the 2nd full episode of To the Moon's series. It follows the life of the doctors' new patient, Colin, as they attempt to unravel a life that is split down the middle, and fulfill a wish that appears to be self-contradictory by nature.

Thankfully, if you missed To the Moon, it is not required to play and enjoy Finding Paradise. Good news for me, since I still haven't got round to putting much time into it.

I especially love the system requirements for Linux "Processor: Potato+", that's the kind of humour I like to see. Doesn't tell you much of course, but it indicates that it should run on most systems.

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pb 23 Nov, 2017
Yes, please. And if there are any achievements, I hope they will unlock on Linux this time. In TTM I had to transfer the save file over to wine-installed game to unlock the achievement, luckily there was only one.
Nezchan 23 Nov, 2017
Sweet! I've been waiting for this since it was announced. They did some really interesting stuff with space in A Bird Story, so I can't wait to see where they take this one.
Metallinatus 23 Nov, 2017
Wow, I think it's time to upgrade my Potato to a Potato+, then :/

On a serious note, do play To The Moon before Finding Paradise, Liam, you would be stealing yourself out of an incredible game if you didn't....
Ehvis 23 Nov, 2017
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Quoting: pbYes, please. And if there are any achievements, I hope they will unlock on Linux this time. In TTM I had to transfer the save file over to wine-installed game to unlock the achievement, luckily there was only one.

The one achievement triggered just fine for me. On 6 oct 2015 it says.
Eike 23 Nov, 2017
Quoting: MetallinatusWow, I think it's time to upgrade my Potato to a Potato+, then :/

Best thing is the last line for Linux:
"Additional remarks: For those who like to bake their own potatoes just the way they like 'em." :)

Quoting: MetallinatusOn a serious note, do play To The Moon before Finding Paradise, Liam, you would be stealing yourself out of an incredible game if you didn't....

You should, and you should try to find the time to do it in a single session if possible.
morbius 23 Nov, 2017
Great news, To the Moon was one of my favorite games. There is hardly any gameplay, but the story is interesting, touching and funny.
razing32 23 Nov, 2017
Whelp . Time to finally play To the Moon and dust it off.
Crazy Penguin 23 Nov, 2017
WOW! It's about time :D Shame that they do not do pre-orders- Would have bought it right away, and it is extremely rare that I pre-order a game nowadays.

Quoting: razing32Whelp. Time to finally play To the Moon and dust it off.

Seriously? You haven't played it yet?!?!?! :O
razing32 23 Nov, 2017
Quoting: Crazy PenguinWOW! It's about time :D Shame that they do not do pre-orders- Would have bought it right away, and it is extremely rare that I pre-order a game nowadays.

Quoting: razing32Whelp. Time to finally play To the Moon and dust it off.

Seriously? You haven't played it yet?!?!?! :O

Installed . Never played. Sadly

Will remediate it this weekend i hope.
voyageur 23 Nov, 2017
Directly addded at first place in my wishlist :) Though from the screenshots I am pretty sure my old Potato will be able to play the sequel smoothly (as it did for the first episode).

Bonus points for the trailer too
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