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60 seconds post-apocalyptic survival simulator coming to Linux


60 seconds is a #postapocalyptic #survival simulation developed by #RobotGentleman for Mac and Windows PC. Up to now we have not seen a Linux release, but the developers do have a native build mind:

“Linux support is a goal we’re working towards and our recent developments actually allowed us to start preparing working Linux builds. We will be keeping the community updated about any upcoming milestones, related to Linux availability.”

The government’s superb early warning system gives Ted 60 seconds to take cover in the fallout shelter under his house. That’s more than enough time for Ted to collect supplies and of course his family! Now Ted can safely enjoy those charming sunsets over the radioactive wasteland with his loved ones*. Good luck Ted! * The government does not take responsibility for hardship, difficult and irreversible decisions and canned soup diet that will follow.

Everything will be against you – time, your very own furniture, the house that’s different every time you play and the fundamental question – what to take with you and who to leave behind?


  • EXPERIENCE the suburbian nightmare of a nuke dropping down on your neighbourhood in this atomic, dark comedy set in 1950s.
  • SCAVENGE any supplies, you will need to survive, and family members in a 60 second rush through your procedurally generated house.
  • PREPARE for the worst. Don’t just grab arbitrary items, plan your survival and follow helpful tips from emergency broadcasts!
  • SURVIVE in a fallout shelter with whatever you brought with you. How many days will you last? Will everyone make it out alive?
  • DECIDE what to do, when the post-apocalyptic world pushes you to the corner. Will you risk going outside? Who is not eating dinner, when barely any food is left? How do you deal with a mutant cockroach infestation?

60 seconds is currently available now on Steam. Stay tune for more details.


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