INSCRYPTION card-based roguelike game to get support for Linux and Mac, after Windows PC. Thanks to details from indie developer Daniel Mullins. Which is available tomorrow on Steam, GOG, and Humble Store.
The eccentric indie developer Daniel Mullins (Pony Island, The Hex) announce the new arrival. Due to be a terrifying card deck building roguelike called INSCRYPTION. Due to release tomorrow, October 19 on Windows PC. Pre-orders for this cursed card game are open. In addition to a playable demo to download for Windows PC via Proton.
However, it seems INSCRYPTION is also going to get a Linux release. According to an email reply from developer Daniel Mullins. Simply stating:
Yeah I think a Linux port is in the cards.
While this is good news for Linux, “some pretty bad Mac / Linux specific issues came up.” What this translates into is not a day one release for INSCRYPTION. However, “shouldn’t be too bad to fix once I can focus on them when the dust settles”. This obviously means a post launch release for Linux. Since the Unity 3D issues come up too close to launch.
INSCRYPTION | Developer Overview
INSCRYPTION is a dark and disturbing card game. One that also mixes deck building, roguelike, and escape game puzzles. Along with a psychological horror in a bloody odyssey not to be put in everyone’s hands. At the mercy of a sadistic stranger named Leshy, the player must escape from an old hut full of traps. Doing so by making his own cards: crafts, surgery, self-harm … all means are good to develop his powers. Not to mention pierce the many secrets of this mystical place and its ruthless owner.
But even darker are the mysteries inscribed within the cards themselves …
The night is long, and you have nowhere to go. So why not play an INSCRYPTION hand or two? What, is your name on this card? You must be dreaming, my good boy, these cards have nothing more to say than. They have nothing more to say, that’s all.
INSCRYPTION card-based roguelike game will release tomorrow. Due to be available on Steam, GOG, and Humble Store. Regularly priced at $19.99 USD, there is a 10% pre-order discount. Releasing on Windows PC, but a Linux and Mac build are on the way.