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Nanotale typing adventure native release plan

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Nanotale typing adventure Linux release plan which is coming this week to Windows PC. Thanks to indie developer Fishing Cactus. Who is announcing the Steam Early Access release date.

Soda Dungeon 2 native port with viable support

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Soda Dungeon 2 Linux port could happen with enough support for the game, alongside the Windows PC build. According to developer AN Productions. Which is coming to Steam, due to release in 2020.

Nanotale – Typing Chronicles support update

nanotale typing chronicles support update for linux windows pc release

Nanotale – Typing Chronicles will release on Windows PC, but we have a support update for Linux. Thanks to developer from Fishing Cactus. The games coming to Steam later this year.

Epistory – Typing Chronicles officially releases on Steam for Linux, Mac and Windows PC


Epistory, an atmospheric #adventure with a distinct #origami aesthetic, is now available through Steam with a 10% discount until April 6th for Windows, Mac and Linux. The first half of the beautiful game which received an IGF honorable mention for Excellence in Visual Arts was previously available via Early Access, while today marks the #debut of the final two chapters.

Players guide a girl riding atop a three-tailed red fox on an epic journey to discover the source of an invasive darkness taking hold in a once pristine land.  As Epistory‘s narrative progresses, its papercraft world literally unfolds before the player, revealing lush forests, ominous dungeons, scorched plains, frozen temples and lost cities.

Magical abilities derived from four elemental types are discovered during the adventure, and they enable the heroine and her companion to navigate these treacherous landscapes. Freezing an enemy with ice magic will lock them in place and allow players to deal with other threats, while fire magic will burn through enemies and obstacles.

Epistory‘s tale is advanced entirely through an intuitive keyboard-only control scheme. Players unleash powerful magic, solve brain-teasing puzzles, attack menacing foes, explore dangerous environments and even navigate menus solely via typing.


Dynamic difficulty scaling allows everyone to enjoy the experience. Younger players will rarely encounter challenges they can’t overcome while adults who use a keyboard all day will notice phrases will stack and grow in complexity as they prove their proficiency.

Experience earned by toppling obstacles and foes can be used to upgrade character and magic-specific abilities. For example, players can improve the protagonist’s agility, or make the fire magic quickly burn through the next term in an enemy’s chain of words.

Epistory has two game modes. The core of the game, Story Mode, allows players to piece together the narrative shared by the heroine and her companion in the mysterious world. Those searching for a competitive challenge can battle for the top spot on the leaderboards in Arena Mode, an endless fight against an onslaught of enemies.


“Our synergistic approach to storytelling and the visually stunning land in which Epistory takes place is unlike anything gamers have ever seen,” says Bruno Urbain, CEO, Fishing Cactus. “Our origami world literally unfolds in unison with the plot, creating a truly one of a kind experience.”


Epistory is available in English, French, Spanish, German, Russian, Polish and Portuguese Brazil via Steam for $14.99 USD plus a 10% discount until April 6th. In addition to the QWERTY keyboard layout, QWERTZ, AZERTY, BEPO, Dvorak, Workman and Colemak are also supported.

More information about Epistory can be found at the official website.

Epistory – Typing Chronicles action adventure release date announced for Linux, Mac and Windows PC


Epistory’s #atmospheric #adventure will come to Linux, Mac and Windows PC on March 30, 2016 when Fishing Cactus releases the game on Steam.

Inspired by origami, the Japanese art of folding paper, Epistory‘s narrative-driven #gameplay begins in a blank paper-white world. Players assumes the role of a narrator, telling the story of a young girl riding a majestic fox. As the heroine explores the world around her, more of the map opens up, literally unfolding into a magical land tinged with darkness.

The aesthetic approach to presentation earned Epistory an IGF honorable mention for Excellence in Visual Art as well as the Innovation Award at the Belgian Game Awards.

Every action the player takes, from controlling the heroine to navigating menus, is completed through intuitive keyboard controls. Foes are vanquished and puzzles are solved by typing a word, or string of words, associated with them. As the game progresses new mechanics are introduced such as entering words in a specific order or at certain speeds.

Spells provide the heroine with the ability to access areas of the world which would otherwise be inaccessible and can be used in combat, giving an edge in particularly difficult fights. Fire spells burns away the next word needed to type for a foe. Ice spells freeze enemies in their place.

Epistory has two game modes. The core of the game, Story Mode, allows players to explore the expanding world with the heroine and her fox. Arena mode provides competitive players a way to compete for the top score on the leaderboards by testing their talents against an endless onslaught of enemies.

Epistory‘s beautiful origami inspired aesthetic and innovative approach to controls makes it stand out,” says Bruno Urbain, CEO, Fishing Cactus. “But the moving metastory and dramatic conclusion will make Epistory one of 2016’s hits.”

Epistory  is currently available in early access on Steam for $12.99 USD.  The first half of the game is playable with the second half coming at launch.

More information about  Epistory  can be found at the official website, follow on Twitter and check out further gameplay on YouTube.


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