Serial Cleaner coming to Early Access this week

serial cleaner coming to linux on early access

iFun4All, a development studio specializing in the elements of augmented reality (AR), debuts on the NewConnect stock market today. The #debut coincided with the long-awaited information about the #release of the largest iFun4All’s production up to date – the game Serial Cleaner, set in the fashionable realities of the 70’s. Serial Cleaner will enter Steam Early Access next Thursday, on the 29th of September, 2016.

Serial Cleaner will be available on Steam Early Access for Linux, Mac and Windows PC for $9.99 USD (in the first week players will have the opportunity to buy the game 10% cheaper). Ultimately the price will increase to USD 14,99. Serial Cleaner is our biggest and best production so far. The game boasted great feedback at Gamescom and PAX West. We’re sure that the Early Access version will help us building interest in the game around the world as well as help us make Serial Cleaner even better, thanks to players’ feedback – explains Michal Mielcarek, iFun4All’s CEO .

The total amount of 13 112 000 shares will be available in the public trading: 10 912 000 series A shares and 2 200 000 series B shares with a nominal value of PLN 0.10 each. In the private placement preceding the NewConnect debut, series B bonds were offered each at PLN 1 and were very popular among investors. Most of the shares were bought by institutions. The company raised a total of PLN 2.2 mln Such a huge popularity is the result of our specialization, which has already become our focus, while we worked on our previous titles and we continue going the taken path in our latest production, Serial Cleaner reminds the iFun4All’s President.

iFun4All uses Real-World Data technology in its productions. It’s an element of augmented reality (AR). The company from Krakow, Poland, strives to create recognizable IPs, based on the constantly developed specialization. Serial Cleaner, the game iFun4All is currently working on, managed to build a great interest among players and journalists, who shared their positive opinions in various publications, articles and previews already after the first international presentation of Serial Cleaner.

Serial Cleaner will be live on Early Access this Thursday for Linux, Mac and Windows PC


AquaDome arena coming for Rocket League

aquadome arena coming to rocket league

Rocket League is getting a new arena called AquaDome, that is coming free next month from developer Psyonix. Just announced, this release has nothing to do with Irrational Games’ BioShock. The new underwater arena seems to have drawn some influence from Irrational’s franchise with its art style though.

The release will be available in October to coincide with two new paid DLC Battle-Cars: Triton and Proteus. Which are set to cost $1.99 USD each.

“It’s time to take your Battle-Cars 20,001 leagues under the sea with our FREE “AquaDome” update coming to Rocket League this October!

Inspired by the seven seas, the creatures beneath the waves, and the machines we use to study both, AquaDome is the first standard Arena we’ve released since Utopia Coliseum. Expect to see AquaDome on every Rocket League playlist, including Competitive, when it’s released next month.

In addition to the new Arena, we’ll also be launching two new Battle-Cars in the AquaDome update. Triton (a slick, futuristic ocean sub) and Proteus (a more science-minded research vessel) are both made to cruise below the waves and sail over the pitch. Both cars will be individually priced at USD $1.99 (or regional equivalent) per car.”

AquaDome is expected to be playable in both casual and competitive playlists. While Psyonix promises more details about the October add-on content soon. Check out the new underwater arena in action in the trailer below.

As of September 8, 2016, the Linux, SteamOS and Mac versions of Rocket League were released in “Beta.” SteamOS is the only “officially” supported Linux client, though other Linux platforms should be compatible.

Rocket League is currently available on Steam for Linux, Mac, PlayStation 4, Windows PC and Xbox One.


Spectrum platformer now available on Steam

spectrum minimialist platformer now available on steam

Spectrum is an #unforgiving platformer set in a #minimialist abstract world. You play as a three-eyed dark entity whose world has been invaded by light and colors, now you must help it while attempting to float its way out of #challenging and defying levels.

Check out the trailer:

Stages are filled with shapes that will either injure or outright destroy you. AVOID THEM!


Spectrum Features:

  • Platformer game with a colorful minimalist aesthetic.
  • 80 challenging levels with 3 objectives to complete on each.
  • 8 appealing environments.
  • Fresh gameplay on every level.
  • Great for any fan of platform games.
  • Available for Windows, Mac and Linux.
  • Ambient IDM Soundtrack.

Feel free to play it, stream it, YouTube it as much as you want! And if you enjoy the game enough to recommend it to subscribers and viewers, you can invite them to check out Spectrum on Steam with a 10% discount for Linux, Mac and Windows PC until September 29th.


Nemesis Bundle released with Linux support

bundle stars nemesis bundle linux mac pc

The Nemesis Bundle is available now from Bundle Stars with an #incredible line up of #epic #games including Risen 3, Insurgency, Killer is Dead, The Ship: Remasted, Deadfall Adventures, Broken Sword 5, The Incredible Adventures of Van Helsing III, and much more.

Exclusive to Bundle Stars, you can grab up to 13 Steam keys and make a massive 97% saving on normal store prices. All the games run on PC, and 10 of them also play on Mac, while the really good ones run on Linux.

The Nemesis Bundle is tiered, so the more you spend, the more you save. The $1.49 tier alone contains awesome games worth $50!

Tier 1 ($1.49)

  • Insurgency (PC/Mac/Linux)

Enjoy this highly rated FPS with intensely realistic combat and a large online community.

  • Risen 3 – Titan Lords (PC)

Reclaim the land from darkness in this beautifully designed open world RPG.

  • Contagion (PC)

Fight for your life in this gory and addictive zombie survival FPS.

  • Joe Dever’s Lone Wolf HD (PC/Mac)

RPG fans will love this remastered game of the Lone Wolf books.

Tier 2 ($4.99)

  • Killer is Dead – Nightmare Edition (PC)

Become a deadly assassin, hacking and slashing your way through a stylish surreal world.

  • Broken Sword 5 – The Serpent’s Curse (PC/Mac/Linux)

Can you solve the secret of a curse forged by the Devil himself?

  • The Ship – Remasted (PC/Mac)

Take part in a murderous game of hide and seek on board the mysterious Mr X’s cruise ship!

  • Dead in Bermuda (PC/Mac)

After a plane crash on a deserted island, it’s up to you to save the 8 survivors!

  • Deadfall Adventures (PC/Mac)

Raid ancient tombs in your hunt for lost treasures, in this action-packed FPS.

  • The Masterplan (PC/Mac/Linux)

Can you pull off the greatest heist in history? An award-winning tactical squad game.

  • Toren (PC/Mac)

Explore, solve puzzles and face monsters in this hauntingly beautiful action adventure.

  • Out of Reach (PC/Mac/Linux)

Enter a harsh world where you’ll need to gather resources, craft and hunt to stay alive.

Tier 3 ($7.49)

  • The Incredible Adventures of Van Helsing III (PC/Mac)

Become a master monster hunter in this epic conclusion to the popular gothic noir series.

The Nemesis Bundle is the fifth and final headliner in BundleFest, a huge celebration of Steam game bundles. You only have until September 30 th to grab it, so head over to and grab one of the best bundles of the year.


Warhammer 40k Dawn of War II coming to Linux

warhammer 40,000 dawn of war ii coming to linux mac

Thanks to Feral Interctive the #classic real-time #strategy #game Warhammer 40,000 Dawn of War II and its standalone expansions Chaos Rising and Retribution will all be released for Linux and Mac on September 29th.

Developed by Relic Entertainment™ for Windows PC and set in Games Workshop®’s grimdark fantasy universe, Dawn of War II is a compelling combination of RTS and RPG gameplay. Driven by an innovative campaign narrative steeped in the lore of Warhammer 40,000 armies, technologically advanced warriors wage brutal war against remorseless enemies in a series of addictively fast-paced and visceral combat missions.

It’s the 41st Millennium in the sub-sector Aurelia, a cluster of worlds on the edge of the Milky Way, where a battle of epic proportions is about to begin. As a newly promoted Force Commander of the Blood Ravens chapter, it is your privilege to lead crack squads of Space Marines into battle against the forces of Orks, Tyranids and Eldar that threaten the Imperium of Man. 

Chaos Rising takes place one year after the events of Dawn of War II, and is set on Aurelia, long-lost home world of the Blood Ravens. Players once again take command of the Blood Ravens in order to free the planet from the forces of Chaos.

Retribution takes place ten years after Chaos Rising and presents a new threat to the Imperium of Man in which players may command any one of six races in a campaign that ranges across all the planets of sub-sector Aurelia.

In addition to their imaginative single-player campaigns, all three games feature highly-accomplished multiplayer in which players can either plunge into skirmish mode or team up with others in The Last Stand™, a cooperative survival mode.

“We’re delighted to be bringing such enduringly popular games to Mac and Linux,” said David Stephen, Managing Director of Feral Interactive, “Their quality and appeal have more than stood the test of time and it’s a privilege to introduce them to a new audience.” 

Warhammer 40,000 Dawn of War II will be available through Steam, the Feral Store and other online stores for $19.99/£14.99/€19,99. Dawn of War II – Chaos Rising will be available for $19.99/£14.99/€19,99, while Dawn of War II – Retribution will be available for $29.99/£19.99/€29,99. The Last Stand can be purchased separately through Steam for $9.99/£6.99/€9,99, as well as all 20 Dawn of War II – RetributionDLC packs, each priced individually.

Also available through Steam and the Feral Store will be the Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War II – Master Collection, which contains the base game and the Chaos Rising and Retribution expansions, and will retail for $54.99/£39.99/€54.99, and the Warhammer 40,000 Dawn of War II – Grand Master Collection, which contains the base game, the two expansions, and 18 DLC packs for $79.99/£54.99/€69.99.

On the Mac App Store Warhammer 40,000 Dawn of War II will retail for US $19.99/£14.99/€19,99, while Dawn of War II – Chaos Rising will retail for $19.99/£14.99/€19,99, and Dawn of War II – Retributionfor $29.99/£19.99/€29,99.

Minimum System Requirements:

Minimum Linux system requirements call for a 2.0 GHz CPU with at least 4GB RAM, 1GB or better graphics card, and SteamOS 2.0 or Ubuntu 16.04  or better. The game also requires an NVIDIA 6xx/AMD 6xxxx/Intel Iris Pro series graphics card or better.

Minimum Mac system requirements call for a 1.8 GHz CPU with at least 4GB RAM, 512MB or better graphics card, and Mac OS X 10.10.5 or later.


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