Profane twin stick shooter is coming to Mac and Windows PC, but needs your support for Linux. According to developer OverPowered Team. Which is due to release soon on Steam.
Profane is just announced the imminent launch of twin-stick shooter on Steam. Developed by OverPowered Team for mac and Windows PC. But there is not listing for Linux.
The game has been developed with Unity.
We do not have any plans at this present time to port to Linux. But of course this may change if the game goes really well, when released.
Profane is just one example of the lack of Linux support. Where the most common game engine, Unity 3D should mean a native build. But the community still has to show that Tux Love to make it happen.
This is just one game in a string of recent emails where indie developers denying support. But at least here we have hope.
Profane – Gameplay Reveal
Profane challenges players to defeat enemies before the clock runs out. Time is money and health, so players will have to make split-second decisions to take down the all the various bosses.
In Profane you embody “Talaal”, with the last of an ancient God’s seven masks. Talaal finds you just in time to help fight against her vicious siblings. Who are hunting her to absorb the power within the mask. You have no where to go, fighting a war that is not your own. A cycle that seems almost impossible to break.
- Customisable ability loadouts allowing players to optimize their game style
- Competition-focused gameplay action enabling you to challenge friends and beat hi-scores
- Multiple game modes in Profane, including Rogue-lite
- Twitch compatibility allowing viewers to affect the game, upgrading and refreshing the game experience
- Full gamepad and controller support
Profane will soon be releasing on Steam for Mac and Windows PC. Let’s make it happen for Linux as well. Also, games due to be priced at $18.99 USD / £14.99.