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Luna and the Moonling gets a native release

luna and the moonling puzzle gets linux release on steam

Luna and the Moonling finally get a Linux release on Steam. The games also the creation of Greyborn Studios, who have announce the debut adventure puzzle games. Previously releasing for Mac and Windows via Steam.

Linux release:

“Hey Todd, we think we now have a working Linux build! Please try updating to the latest beta build and let us know if it works for you and how it performs.”

So yes the Linux build does work, as does the controller integration. Which is impressive. I have been working with the studio to test the native build via Steam. Without going into too much details, there was an issue where the games launcher looked for the exe file. But now Greyborn Studios have everything working. And what surprises me is how well the PS4 controller works.

Since the studio has a treat for native gamers this Halloween. They can now join in on the fun! A game that also takes inspiration from some of the greatest adventure puzzle classics of the past. Which as stating above had a release last month on Steam for Mac and Windows.

Luna and the Moonling Steam Release Trailer (Linux, Mac, Windows

Luna and the Moonling is a challenging adventure puzzle game. This stars two unlikely friends that must work together using their unique abilities and teamwork. While working to solve the many riddles of the Moon Isles and save their kingdom.

“From the moment we released in early access last year we’ve had requests from Linux gamers to support the platform,” said Michael Ryan, CTO & Technical Director of Greyborn Studios. “We’re big fans of the platform ourselves and were happy to oblige. We really hope Linux users enjoy the game, and welcome them to the Greyborn community,” Ryan said.

“We’re very excited to bring Luna and the Moonling’s challenging puzzle gameplay to Linux,” said Scott Blinn, CEO & Creative Director of Greyborn Studios. “It’s always been a goal of ours to have the game available on as many platforms as we can in order to let as many people as possible experience it – and Linux was always intended to be one of them,” Blinn concluded.

Luna and the Moonling is currently available on Linux, Mac and Windows. Priced at $19.99 USD plus a 20% discount until November 1st. Including support for eight languages.

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