Meg’s Monster creepy-cute indie adventure game gets a free Demo for Linux, Mac, and Windows PC. All due to the work of developer Odencat. Which is available now on Steam.
Meg’s Monster creepy-cute indie adventure game Demo is also due to be featured in Steam Next Fest. Which is starting on October 3rd. While developer Odencat announces further platforms, and a new Q1 2023 release window. The Japanese indie developer first revealed the game in May as part of the INDIE Live Expo showcase. This is also the studio’s first game to be built from the ground up. Following enhanced ports of their highly acclaimed earlier titles Bear’s Restaurant and Fishing Paradiso.
Linux players can now download a free demo of Meg’s Monster with native support. Then take on the beginning of the adventure on their PC or SteamDeck. While offering roughly forty minutes of gameplay. This includes some unique scenes that will play out differently in the full game. The developer wants all Linux players to give it a try. Check out Odencat’s first-ever turn-based battle system for themselves. While also getting a taste of the game’s rich, atmospheric world and soundtrack. The studio has also announced plans to stream the demo with developer commentary. Due to part of the Steam Next Fest (beginning on October 3rd).
Meg’s Monster Trailer (ft. Laura Shigihara)
When first announced back in May this year. Odencat called Meg’s Monster their “biggest game yet.” Since then, the developer has continued to improve and expand upon the game. While working to ensure they can release the game on as many platforms as possible. This increase in project scope has necessitated a delay. Since their original target release window was for Fall 2022 to Q1 2023. The studio hopes that this additional development time will allow them to ensure the game is of the highest quality. Due to make it available to as many players as possible. The studio will also keep fans updated on Facebook and Twitter.
Try out the Meg’s Monster creepy-cute indie adventure game Demo. Available on Linux, Mac, and Windows PC. Also be sure to Wishlist the game on Steam.