Kona II: Brume narrative adventure game port coming to Linux and Windows PC. Due to further details from developer Parabole. Due to make its way onto Steam.
Kona II: Brume is the upcoming single-player first-person narrative adventure game. And also the sequel to the celebrated Kona. Both developed by Parabole and published by Ravenscourt. Due to delve players directly into Detective Carl Faubert’s investigation. The game offers a unique story-driven experience due to the omniscient narrator.
I’d say yes at 95%. We haven’t tested yet to build on Linux, but the game does work on all other platforms so I assume it will work out of the box.
According to the email from Parabole, Kona II: Brume is coming to Linux. The game engine being used is Unity 3D, like the original title. But, as stated, Linux has not been tested yet.
Set in the rural landscape of northern Canada in the 1970s. Gameplay will have you fighting to survive the Brume. Which also twists the realities of the region and the unforgiving wilderness. Detective Carl Faubert has set out to solve the mystery and you have to step into his shoes.
Kona II: Brume Teaser
Explore the vast fictive land of Manastan in Northern Canada. Fight your way through the village – or what’s left of it. Search for clues in wooden shacks. Visit nearby locations on your trusty dog sled and navigate the surrounding lakes.
Follow your clues and findings very carefully. Consult Carl Faubert’s Journal and put your detective skills to the test. So, can you piece together the Kona II: Brume mystery?
The Brume is relentless: a bitter cold blizzard, dangerous wildlife, and troubling nightmares. Prepare to survive against all odds.
A rich story unfolds with every step you take. Find and inspect objects, letters and documents, while an omniscient storyteller narrates your journey in Manastan.
Kona II: Brume narrative adventure is 95% sure about a Linux port with Windows PC. Be sure to Wishlist the game on Steam.