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Knightin'+, a Zelda-lite dungeon crawler arrives DRM-free on GOG

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Knightin'+ from Muzt Die Studios, a Zelda-lite dungeon crawling adventure has now officially arrived on DRM-free store GOG.com.

If you feel a certain longing for some of the classics, Knightin'+ might be exactly what you need. A no-fuss dungeon crawler with plenty of combat and small puzzles to overcome.

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It's been available on Steam since last year and since then, it's gained a "Very Positive" user rating overall although that's only around 50 people.

Featuring the classic loop of exploration, fighting, puzzle solving, looting, new abilities unlocking and then you move onto another dungeon. It does what it sets out to do and it's a pretty streamlined experience from my time spent in it. It's improved a bit since the original release too with room layout improvements and multiple save slots. A fresh release up on GOG is a nice reminder of a small and fun indie game that's available on Linux.

Find it now DRM-free on GOG.com or Steam as before.

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4 comments

JJNova 3 Mar, 2020
Awesome. Always nice to get more DRM-free releases.

Also happy to see something being added to the GoG library. It seems like a slow year for drm-free Linux games
Pit 3 Mar, 2020
I had looked at the video (on GOG), but that didn't attract too much attention. How does it compare to Hammerwatch?
PublicNuisance 3 Mar, 2020
Quoting: JJNovaAwesome. Always nice to get more DRM-free releases.

Also happy to see something being added to the GoG library. It seems like a slow year for drm-free Linux games

It's slow for GOG but not overall. Itch.io has DRM free Linux releases every week.
JJNova 6 Mar, 2020
Quoting: PublicNuisance
Quoting: JJNovaAwesome. Always nice to get more DRM-free releases.

Also happy to see something being added to the GoG library. It seems like a slow year for drm-free Linux games

It's slow for GOG but not overall. Itch.io has DRM free Linux releases every week.

I always forget to check itch.io
I think their site navigation keeps me from consistently visiting. Thanks for the heads up though, I need to check in with them more often.
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