A Kickstarter that was fully funded we completely missed, UnDungeon is a pixelart action RPG that has a dynamic fighting system and it's heading to Linux.
UnDungeon is an action/roguelike/RPG game with a dynamic fighting system which comprises a great variety of unusual mechanics, making it extremely engaging to explore its world, charismatic characters with tons of quests, and lovely pixel graphics. As a player, you get a role of one of the seven Heralds and go on a long journey in the attempt to mend the world damaged by a global cataclysm or bring the devastation to the end.
As much as we have a number of such pixelart games now, their trailer is actually pretty impressive and it has a rather good style to it. Looks like the art style was chosen because it's quite smart, rather than simply a lack of artistic skill.
It was funded back in February of 2017 with €95,519 from a few thousand backers and they just released a demo. Sadly, the demo is Windows only. In their latest Kickstarter update they said this is because "we can't waste a month more to make a stable builds for this platforms for now". They made it clear that they will still support Linux, so that's good. I can sort of understand what they're saying, handling multiple builds with a small team can end up taking quite a bit of time. Even so, it was funded for Linux support, so I think they still should make the time perhaps with the next demo they said they're doing, at least to ensure they can get the Linux version working well.
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Hat tip to Tiedemann.