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Machinika Museum puzzle game testing support

machinika museum puzzle game testing support for linux gaming beside windows pc

Machinika Museum puzzle game testing support for Linux gaming beside Windows PC. Thanks to the ongoing efforts of developer Littlefield Studio. The game is out on Steam and Humble Store with 90% Very Positive reviews. But only offering Windows PC support, for now.

Machinika Museum is a sci-fi puzzle game. Gameplay takes inspiration from classics both old (Myst) or new (The Room). Putting the player up against mechanical puzzles in a curious setting.

Developer for Machinika Museum is using Unity 3D, as confirmed by Littlefield Studio. So of course, the recent email reply also includes detail about Linux support.

…in the next few weeks we will doing more tests for a Linux native version of Machinika Museum.

So here’s the low-down on Linux support. Littlefield was aiming to only offer Proton support for Machinika Museum. But of course, their testing seemed to produce a couple of ugly bugs. Although nothing game breaking. Now, due to these results, the developers are opting to work on native support instead. Although they are not promising anything concrete. Testing Linux native support is now underway. And depending on their success, we could end up with a Linux build.

Machinika Museum – Trailer

Machinika Museum invites you to become a researcher in a very special place. Taking place in the distant future, where finding machines from alien cultures is not unusual. Especially in a museum dedicated to them. Your job is to receive these devices, then understand how to repair them.

But this time, something is different. You don’t have any details and this seems to be rather urgent. What are these machines? Who sent them? Why won’t anyone give you any answers? You’ll have to find out for yourself. Then search out which secrets and stories are hidden beneath these devices.

Features:

  • Mind bending Puzzles: use your sharp logic skills and your sense of observation in Machinika Museum.
  • Mysterious sci-fi setting and story: there is so much you don’t know yet…
  • Beautiful visuals: cryptic alien machines have never looked better.
  • Intuitive and enjoyable controls: why make it difficult?
  • 2 to 4 hours of gameplay and mystery.

Machinika Museum puzzle game is currently out for Windows PC. Priced at $7.99 /€ via Steam and Humble Store. Proton support does work, but support is now in testing for Linux gaming. So hang tight.

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