Filament puzzle game release and Free Demo for Linux and Windows PC. Thanks to developer Beard Envy. The full game now has a launch date on both Humble Store and Steam.
Kasedo Games and Beard Envy are pleased to announce Filament. The ultra challenging puzzle game releasing worldwide on April 23rd, 2020. Coming to Linux and Windows PC. A Switch version will be available later this year.
Also the Winner of the 2017 Epic MegaJam. Filament takes place aboard The Alabaster. One of The Filament Corporation’s flagship research vessels. You must try to wrestle control back from a mysterious complication. Since this left the ship locked down and the crew missing.
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With only the help of Juniper, the ships stricken pilot. You face over 300 fiendishly difficult puzzles. These will certainly push your wits to the limit. While you work to uncover what happened to the crew. And also why they disappeared.
Filament is a pretty neat single player game. Including complex, yet ultra addictive puzzles. So expect to challenge yourself to board the Alabaster then try to leave. And since I’ve played the game. It’s a worth while puzzler. You can check it out right now with the Free Steam Demo for Linux.
Freely explore the ship, solving over 300 challenging and varied puzzles. Approach them at your leisure, in (almost) any order you like.
As you survey the Filament Corporation’s ship. Solve puzzles. You also will be in constant contact with Juniper. Learn more about her, her crew, and what happened. While she opens up to you.
Search crew logs, messages, records, as well as personal items and knick-knacks found around the ship on your quest for the truth as to what has happened aboard The Alabaster. Learn who the crew were, and maybe in doing so, find out why they left.
Filament will release for Linux and Windows PC, April 23rd. Priced at $16.99 uSD, €16.99, £14.99. Available soon on Humble Store and Steam.