So the actual news of the turn-based strategy Farabel coming to Linux is available through a gif in a Steam update. Therefore it is set to release October 14th across Linux, Mac and Windows PC.
This hex-based singleplayer is a bit backwards. Players start at the end of the conclusion of the story. But whole Farabel gaming experience is turned around. The player starts out the adventure with a hero at maximum power, but that hero will lose power with each battle. So none that choosing which skill you want to reinforce. Instead, players have to decide which one to diminish. So none of this develop your character business. Gameplay is more about developing your own gaming abilities, including cleverness, strategic prowess, inventive capabilities and knowledge of the game.
To win, being powerful means nothing. Players have to be clever! Getting more and more clever as you play.
Farabel is a turn-based strategy game where you start at the end of the story; but that’s not all. In Farabel, the whole gaming experience is turned upside-down.
You start your adventure with a hero at maximum power. With each jump into the past, your character is left slightly weakened, as the game become more and more complex. Develop your cleverness, your strategic prowess, and your inventive capabilities in order to survive!
- Play as Cendor, lord of Farabel
- Go back in time to save the city
- A campaign of 26 epic and challenging battles
- 40 different units
Farabel turn-based strategy is set to release on Steam this month for Linux, Mac and Windows PC.
- OS: Ubuntu 12.04+
- Processor: Dual Core – 2GHz
- Memory: 2 GB RAM
- Graphics: 512Mb
- Storage: 2 GB available space
- OS: Ubuntu 15 or newer