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Zero Reflex psychedelic fast-paced title contest open for Linux, SteamOS, Mac and Windows PC


Zero Reflex is a psychedelic evader which #tests both your #dexterity and your #nerves in a fast-paced punishing environment that keeps pushing your limits. Circles, bullets, shurikens, rockets, saws and time — they’re all after you! Zero Reflex puts 60 challenges in front of you. You have no save points and no excuses! Be faster than a blink of the Eye!

Cross-platform MMORPG Albion Online Alpha is now live for Linux, Mac and Windows PC


#SandboxInteractive will be demoing their highly anticipated new title Albion Online a #crossplatform medieval style sandbox MMO at Gamescom 2015 in Cologne, Germany. This free-to-play MMO for Linux, Mac, Windows PC offers players an extensive character customization system with no class restrictions, a completely player-driven economy and dynamic PvP battles.

However, this is definitely one of those MMO’s that will get you playing for hours, naturally. Starting off with basic clothing and working your way up allowing players to not only get used to the game, but to search out the lands become accustomed to some of the basic systematic expectations.

The action of the open game world revolves around claiming and defending territories. This way you can evolve your character and choose your own path, which is seriously impressive for a free-to-play MMO title. And it does not matter what platform you play on, Linux, Mac and Windows PC, you can even gear up on Android or iOS device.

While Albion Online is free-to-play, the current release is in a “Summer Alpha”, so you can play if you buy an Epic or Legendary Founder Pack HERE.

Installation of Albion Online for Linux

Just download the installer, run “chmod +x albion-online-setup”, then “./albion-online-setup” and voila:


From here, we were taken through the install location, which can be easily changed to your own preference, followed by the actual installation.

What really caught our attention is the launcher, which immediately took us into updating to the latest build:


From here you can also adjust your quality Settings, shadows, screen resolutions, gain access to online content links, contact technical support, and even Repair the installation.

Some of this may seem rudimentary but Sandbox Interactive have clearly done some thinking for “easy functionality”. The only process that did not take place was the desktop icon creation. However finding the executable file and the icon image is straight forward when you check out the installation folder.



After launching Albion Online, we were holding at a steady 60 FPS, which was easily displayed in-game at the bottom right corner near the mini-map, along with our current ping. Making it easier to keep track of in-game performance without having to use an overlay.

Most Linux gamers will be able to have solid system performance, as the hardware requirements are not overly extensive. So even if your rig is a couple of years old, functionality will be quite good.

Linux System Requirements:

  • Ubuntu 10.10 64bit or higher or SteamOS (other distributions do work, but are not officially supported)
  • Intel/AMD CPU with SSE2
  • Graphics card with Shader Model 2.0 support or better
  • 2 GB RAM or more

Albion Online will be released as a free-to-play title on Linux, Mac, Windows PC, iOS and Android in Q1 2016, but is currently in Alpha. You can find more information on the official website.

Make sure to follow Albion Online on Facebook, Twitter, Google+ and of course YouTube.


LEGO Minifigures Online is now officially available for Linux, SteamOS, Mac and Windows PC


LEGO Minifigures Online left Beta to bring a new online game for fans, #available now on Steam for #Linux, SteamOS, Mac and Windows PC.
When Funcom began work on the new hit game LEGO Minifigures Online, they knew playability across multiple architectures would be key. They wanted fast load times, snappy graphics, and it was crucial that they achieved an exceptional playing experience no matter which platform gamers logged in from. The Funcom team engaged the help of Intel Software and Services group (SSG) to gain insights for key optimizations, and the result, “Everything is awesome.”

Funcom already had plenty of experience in the #MMO arena with mainstream titles such as Anarchy Online, Age of Conan, and The Secret World. There were some bumps along the way, but Funcom is a recognized expert in online gaming and previously worked with children’s titles, including for the Danish company, LEGO, in the past.

Funcom managing director and chief technology officer, Rui Casais, was a key executive on the production team, working with every part of the technology, including all the tools that allowed the developers, artists, and designers to create their compelling content. But LEGO Minifigures Online was truly different, and it completely took over the office.
A 10-year veteran at Funcom, Casais said his Oslo-based team has truly enjoyed the project. “LEGO Minifigures are everywhere. We all have them on top of our computers. We swap their heads, hats, and bodies, and put swords into the hands of the skiers. We have a big LEGO Death Star with LEGO Star Destroyers around it, and people are definitely engaged. All of us played with LEGO as kids, and some of us play with LEGO now, with our kids. And some of us just play with LEGO as adults, too . . . without the kids.”

So this version is being released for the first time today is not “free-to-play”. Once you’ve got the game, the only paying you willl be doing is buying minifigures in real life, in physical toy stores, allowing you then to enter codes to gain access to the figures you have purchased.

Key Features:

  • An online game for LEGO fans of all ages; play together with your friends and thousands of other LEGO fans from all over the world!
  • Play together across platforms; play on an iPhone with your dad on a high-powered PC, and switch freely between Linux, Mac, Windows PC, iOS and Android!
  • Collect more than 100 Minifigures and build your own team — Minifigures have their own unique personalities and awesome powers!
  • Explore classic LEGO worlds, from pirate islands to alien planets, and discover their unique stories and gameplay!
  • Smash all sorts of enemies, from dragons to sea monsters, to minotaurs and aliens, and gain experience to make your Minifigures even more powerful!
  • Use the codes found inside real Minifigures collectible bags to unlock and play with Minifigures in-game!
  • KidSafe certification and full COPPA compliance ensures a safe and secure online experience for everyone.

In LEGO Minifigures Online you get to explore several amazing, classic LEGO worlds, stretching from pirate-infested tropical islands to the vacuum of space. Battle dragons, sea monsters, dinosaurs, aliens and much more, as you go through unique and colorful locations brimming with things to see and things to do. Come across unique activities, such as the chance to jump into a UFO and go firing off plungers at your enemies, turning yourself into a bomb, or even go trimming the trees with forestry machinery in the Enchanted Forest!

Play online with thousands of players from all over the world, or just team up with your closest friends; LEGO Minifigures Online features full-cross platform play, allowing gamers on Linux, Mac, Windows PC, iOS and Android to play together in the same, persistent online world. You can even switch device and continue where you left off! The game is KidSafe certified and fully COPPA compliant, ensuring a safe and secure online experience for everyone.

LEGO Minifigures Online is available now on Steam, an online game for fans across multiple platforms for Linux, SteamOS, Mac and Windows PC.

LEGO Minifigures Online coming to Linux, Mac, Windows PC, and Android next week


Ready for a LEGO adventure unlike any other? Funcom is excited to announce that LEGO®  Minifigures Online will be making its way to Linux, Mac, Windows PC, iOS, and Android on June 29, 2015. The first time gamers will be able to play in the same persistent online world across all platforms, making easier to play with friends and freely switch between platforms for continuous gameplay, wherever players may be.

Funcom recently announced changing format from a limited run as a free-to-play game on Windows PC, LEGO Minifigures Online, to a launch on both desktop and mobile platforms as a buy-to-play game. Funcom will release a fresh, new, and even higher-quality experience for everyone, so developers have overhauled the game in preparation for the launch. New features and content, unique events, cinematics, voice acting, along with a fun and engaging story are included. Even a heap of new gameplay additions and major improvements throughout the entire game.

“This really is the definitive version of LEGO  Minifigures Online and we are very much looking forward to opening the servers for players to experience it,” said Funcom CEO Rui Casais. “Not only will it feel like a fresh, new experience for those who have played the earlier free-to-play PC version, there is also so much potential unlocked now that gamers can play with each other across platforms on a broad range of devices. Maybe you are playing on an iPhone while your friend is on an Android tablet and your grandma is on a high-powered PC; you’ll still play together in the same world, along with thousands of other LEGO fans from all over the globe.”


LEGO  Minifigures Online is an online game for LEGO fans of all ages, where players can collect over one hundred Minifigures, each with their own unique personality and abilities, building a team to take on exciting adventures through colorful, classic LEGO worlds. From Pirate World to Space World, players must play together and smash their way through aliens, sea monsters, and more to unlock the full potential of their Minifigures. With plenty of that great, universal LEGO humor! The game is KidSafe certified and fully COPPA-compliant, with multiple safety measures in place to ensure a fun and secure online experience for everyone.



LEGO  Minifigures Online will be available for Linux, Mac and Windows PC on  playminifigures.com  as well as Steam for $29.99 on June 29th, and will include all content. The iOS and Android versions will be available in the App Store and on Google Play respectively for $4.99, which will include the first world. Players on iOS devices will be able to purchase additional worlds starting June 29th, while Android users will be able to purchase more worlds later this summer.


10000000 sequel You Must Build A Boat coming to Linux, Mac and Windows PC

EightyEight Games’ sequel to 10000000 will be an addictive dungeon crawler and #puzzler #comingto #Linux, Mac, Windows PC, Android and iOS on June 4. Developer Luca Redwood has confirmed the release along with a  new trailer for the game, You Must Build A Boat.

You Must Build A Boat is coming as a “match-three” puzzle game and RPG-roguelike. The title is set to be release through the usual digital distribution services like Steam, iTunes App Store, Google Play, and Humble Store.

You Must Build A Boat adds onto the original 10000000 gameplay giving players a small boat, sending them off to explore dungeons and searching for new crew members. Where players gain allies, including monsters who fight by your side, along with new artifacts amd bigger ships. All of this while you continue to match same colored gems as part of the game progression.


Goat Simulator getting new DLC called GoatZ for Linux, Mac, Windows PC, iOS, and Android


Coffee Stain Studios have just #announced more DLC content for Goat Simulator, now themed with #zombies. Titled “GoatZ,” the $4.99 DLC is expected to launch May 7th for #Linux, Mac, Windows PC, iOS, and Android.

In a recent release for GoatZ, Coffee Stain mentioned the previously planned Goat Simulator MMO expansion to be the last game add-on. Now the studio revealed what it calls an “avalanche” of requests for more DLC. Coffee Stain explains, “so, with that said, here you. Zombies.”.

The developer has also requested the help of Gone North Games for the GoatZ expansion. This is the studio that worked on the title A Story About My Uncle, that Coffee Stain ended up publishing.

Even the name GoatZ is an obvious resemblance to a well known zombie game, Dean Hall’s DayZ. While the upcoming release seems similar to Garry Newman’s Rust. With that in mind, Coffee Stain said today, “Garry and Dean, please don’t sue us. Be cool.”

GoatZ features list:

  • Mandatory crafting system because everyone else is doing it
  • Zombies that bug out. There’s a pun here about actual living bugs, but we’re not going to bother
  • You can craft anything in the world, as long as it’s one of the half dozen weapons in the game
  • Zombies, because this is a zombie game, remember?
  • A pretty big new map with some stuff in it
  • Completely realistic survival mode where you have to eat every damn five minutes to survive because Dean Hall & Garry Newman said so
  • Tons of unlockable new goats with special powers


Broken Age full adventure to be released for Linux, Mac and Windows PC on April 28th


Double Fine has announced the #full Broken Age adventure will #release on all platforms on the same day. As well as the previously #confirmed Linux, Mac, Windows PC, iOS, Android and Ouya, PS4 and Vita versions, launching April 28th.

It was also added that the Linux, Mac and Windows PC versions will have cross-platform save support with the iOS and Android versions via Dropbox.

The PC versions were split into two parts, with the second and final act expected to launch the same day in April. The entire Broken Age adventure will be available to download from the PlayStation Store on April 28. The PlayStation versions feature cross-save and cross-buy support, letting users purchase it on one device and play it on both.

Act 1 is available now, and the act 2 conclusion will arrive as a free update!

Key Features:

  • Pointing
  • Clicking
  • Original soundtrack, composed by Peter McConnell, recorded by the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra
  • All-star voice cast, including Elijah Wood, Jack Black, Jennifer Hale, Wil Wheaton, and Pendleton Ward
  • Dialog Trees!
  • Some jokes. Unless you don’t think they’re funny, in which case we totally weren’t trying to be funny.
  • A whole bunch of awesome PUZZLES
  • This one really hard puzzle that you won’t get but you’ll look it up online and not tell anybody
  • All your hopes and dreams

A title that was originally funded on Kickstarter, Broken Age follows a young boy and girl that lead parallel lives, choosing to escape their fates, chosen by her village to be sacrificed to a terrible monster.

The voice cast includes Elijah Wood, Jack Black, Pendleton Ward, Wil Wheaton and Jennifer Hale.


Knights of Pen & Paper 2 release date announced for Linux, Mac and Windows PC

Knights of Pen & Paper 2 was both #announced and given a release date at this year’s #GDC in San Francisco. On May 14 players will be able to take up the next #campaign of the indie game on Linux, Mac, Windows PC, Android and iOS  devices.

Players take on the role of a party of high-school students sitting in a basement playing a tabletop RPG game. Together they fight monsters, each other and the bullies from their high school in scenarios that range from Shire-like rolling plains to perilous dragon’s dens. And also much more dangerous places like homeroom or gym class.

Main features

  • The ultimate role-playing simulation – again!
  • Fully customizable party, from the players to the game room
  • Expanded equipment- and crafting systems
  • JRPG-style, turn-based combat full of tactical options
  • All-new campaign featuring dozens of pixel-art locations and bundles of side-quests
  • Dynamically generated dungeon raids

The sequel’s graphics have twice as many bits, bringing the total up to 16 and flinging the meta game into the 2000’s. The aforementioned basement is filled with all kinds of period gear, including a Rock Band controller next to a flatscreen television.

Prepare to inhabit a world of chivalry, class warfare and off-beat pop references. Knights of Pen & Paper 2 is a turn-based, retro style, pixel-art adventure full of danger, intrigue, death, and saving throws! Players assume the role of a group of teenagers, playing a classic pen & paper RPG to overcome dicey situations. As both party and game master, they get to assemble both their characters, and the challenges they will face. Select among mighty classes like Wizard, Thief or Warrior; proud races like Dwarf or Elf; and snark-slinging players like Goth, Lab Rat or Rocker. Choose quests and combat encounters, delve dungeons, craft powerful items and watch in horror as your muscle-packed barbarian rolls a one on his body check. Together, face the greatest threat the campaign world has ever faced: The new rules edition.

Paradox is the publisher, and Kyy Games is Knights of Pen & Paper 2‘s developer. While not the original team behind the Knights of Pen & Paper series, the Finnish company not only designed the Haunted Fall expansion to the original game but has two Magic: The Gathering champions on staff. This makes them more than qualified, Schwarzer said, to make a Dungeons & Dragons spoof.


Deus Ex Machina 2 coming to Linux, Mac and Windows PC this month

Mel Croucher #officially #announced Deus Ex Machina 2 is coming this month and pretty much every platform including mobile devices will see a #release. This was the same game up on Kickstarter recently getting funding for its completion which appears to be happening.

Here’s a rundown of the Deus Ex Machina 2 experience. Remember, this is no conventional game, it’s a full-length interactive movie for Linux, Mac and Windows PC, so here’s what you’ll enjoy …

  • PRELUDE: make the choices that will affect your whole life, before you navigate your roller-coaster journey through existence. You may encounter, touch, enjoy and exploit all the good things in your life. Or you may avoid, reject, overcome and defeat all the bad things in your life. Or to hell with the rules … you may decide to do the opposite!
  • FERTLIZER: outwit your rivals and their comedy tactics to fertilize that tempting egg and create life.
  • BIRTH: navigate the pulsing slalem to the outside world and dodge the squid-cam spy probes of the Defect Police.
  • INFANCY: learn to crawl, stand, balance, walk, run and jump your way through your childhood, as dark forces try to control your mind and condition your behaviour.
  • SCHOOL: run your own race and resist all the propaganda to obey, as the teacher from hell force-feeds you the rules of the institution.
  • ADOLESCENCE: battle those sprouting hairs and erupting zits, and navigate a hormone-fuelled pathway of teen-dreams.
  • LOVE: accept those tempting lips and get jiggy aboard that yellow submarine. You know you want to.
  • BETRAYAL: reject the spotlight of publicity and manipulate your privacy shell through the catwalk, because the war-mongers have plans for you.
  • SOLDIER: this is no place for heros. Run, dodge and flee the urban battlefield to survive.
  • CRIPPLE: your body lies shattered in a nightmare hospital, but your mind is free to navigate and heal.
  • WAR CRIMES: face your trial and evade entrapment in the courtroom of your worst nightmare.
  • DANCE: send in the clones and have a ball, as you party the night away in the ultimate club scene.
  • GUILT: your pathway is through the heart of the global trading world, where every investment you make will affect the lives of millions.
  • POWER: the lonliest road of all to navigate, with a supercity under your control. But is there anyone left to command?
  • DECLINE: now you battle the enemy within, through your own veins and arteries, hunted by white killer cells as you try and bust the blood clots of a massive heart attack.
  • DANGER: a race against time, with your brain under attack and its neural pathways acting like a rogue pinball machine.
  • OLD AGE: your geriatric home looks like a comedy clockwork hallucination, and every time you pop a pill or swap your eyeware your world mutates into something even weirder.
  • SENILITY: your pathway is through a dreamscape of false memories and real events from your incredibly long life. Can you even walk without help?
  • WONDER: but hey … that futuristic buggy provides a mean ride towards the ultimate portal.
  • DEATH: well, what did you expect … multiple endings?! We all come to it, and it’s nearly game over.
  • TRANSFIGURATION: except for one final surprise, involving a wheelchair, some wings, an entire morphing planet and a free ride home.
  • THANKS: actually, two final surprises if you happen to spot your own face in there!

Imagine if your life was nothing more than an electronic game. Imagine if you knew then what you know now. Imagine if you could replay your little life all over again.

Welcome to DEUS EX MACHINA 2.

Built on the Unity game engine and it will probably be as weird, if not moreso, than the original game was. Essentially this titles takes you on a surreal journey from before your own birth, all the way through the temptations and dangers of your life, and beyond your own death. The visuals will be as weird and cool as the original game but with more definition to them considering they are being made with Unity.

The game will launch February 21st, 2015 globally for Linux, Mac, Android, iOS, Windows PC, Oculus Rift, XBox, Playstation, Wii Plus. According to sources, the title launch for $6.99, distributed on Amazon, Amazon Prime TV, iTunes, Steam. We’re guessing Google Play will follow at some point.


Thimbleweed Park closed out Kickstarter with $626K

thimbleweed park ends with 626 thousand dollars linux mac pc gif

The Kickstarter #campaign for Thimbleweed Park, the new old-school adventure game from #ManiacMansion #creators Ron Gilbert and Gary Winnick, successfully funded last week with a final total of $626,250 from 15,623 individuals.

That total surpassed the developers’ original goal of $375,000 by 67 percent. Thimbleweed Park‘s backers hit multiple stretch goals along the way: Translations will be done for five languages; the English version will offer full voice acting; and the game will be ported to Android and iOS smartphones and tablets. People who missed out on the Kickstarter campaign can still contribute to Thimbleweed Park‘s development on the game’s website.

“The support for Thimbleweed Park has been completely and totally overwhelming,” said Gilbert and Winnick in a Kickstarter update upon the end of the campaign. “15,623 backers believed in an old-school-retro-spiritual-successor to a game Gary and I made 25 years ago. Once again, thank you thank you thank you for believing in us. We’re going to make the best damn point & click adventure game possible and we could not have done it without your help.
Starting Jan 2, we’ll have a development blog up at thimbleweedpark.com where we’ll talk about, share and get feedback on the development of the game each week. We’ll go deep into art and puzzles and code. It won’t be for the faint of heart, but that’s the way we roll.”

Winnick and Gilbert launched the Kickstarter funding drive for Thimbleweed Park last month. The duo billed the project as a “true spiritual successor” to 1987’s Maniac Mansion and other graphic adventure games developed at Lucasfilm Games during the late ’80s and early ’90s.

Thimbleweed Park is currently scheduled to be released in June 2016 on Linux, Android, iOS, Mac and Windows PC.


A Gesture Control System that is Nimble beyond current gaming experiences

Intugine Technologies has introduced Nimble, a new gesture system that can control your wireless #devices with a single fingertip.

The #controller was delivered earlier this month via Indiegogo, and has already been designed to work with popular apps and sites, such as #AngryBirds and YouTube. However, the company plans to advance the technology to sync with virtual reality games like Oculus Rift, creating an ideal alternative controller.

Attached to the user’s finger, the system is advertised as providing a realistic experience and sub-millimeter accuracy when it comes to playing your favorite first-person shooter games, but it can also be used for daily activities such as watching Netflix or dimming lights.

nimble gesture control features

Nimble uses a USB sensor to determine the position of the software and can be used within 15 feet in front of any screen. Handlers also don’t need to worry about clean floors or confining Nimble to certain areas. The device easily reconnects if something interrupts its stream to the senor, while its environment mapping feature eliminates outside disturbances that might limit usability. With Nimble, gamers can also enjoy low lag and multiplayer capabilities of up to eight users.

Nimble allows you to experience gaming like never before. The highly-sensitive gesture control technology is equipped to make first-person shooter games more realistic than ever. The team at Intugine has adapted Nimble to work with many popular apps, such as Fruit Ninja and Angry Birds to allow you to control the action with the flick of a finger. Nimble is currently developing technology to sync with virtual reality games and headsets like Oculus Rift.

nimble gesture control uses

Nimble is currently only available on Windows but will see support for Linux, Android, and iOS upon release.


Legendary sequel Bubble Struggle: Adventures now on Kickstarter

More than 10 years ago Kresimir Cvitanovic created one of  the ‘Top 10 most played #onlinegames’, Bubble Struggle (aka Bubble Trouble). If you were into online games at some point, chances are you what we talking about. A title that has been played more than 350 million times, and Cvitanovic is still getting #fan mail asking for a sequel.

Now, a sequel is in the works and currently on Kickstarter looking for backers. A somewhat simple but challenging game of avoiding and shooting bubbles. Bubble Struggle: Adventures will feature puzzles in an astounding 300 unique levels for one or two players. And the in-game level editor will allow players to create and share custom levels. There is even an early web-based prototype you can play here (Windows or Mac).

Here is a brief gameplay video:

Platform support, Bubble Struggle: Adventures  will be available on Linux, Mac, Windows PC, Android, iOS, and the OUYA console. Pretty much everything this side of a toaster.

bubble struggle adventures will be available for multiple platforms

How to Play

Control the character using keyboard or a joypad/controller, to avoid and pop the bubbles. As the game progresses you will solve puzzles, meet helpful characters, open doors, find new weapons, pop some more bubbles, zip-line to safety, skate over the ice…

bubble struggle adventures Bubblegum level

Level editor

  • Players will be able to create and publish their own levels
  • Distribute your own level sets as mini games.
  • Create a challenge for your friends only
  • Lock your custom levels with a unique code
  • Set your creations pubic
  • Each level set will have a dedicated Highscore list for competition

Bubble Struggle: Adventures is not a prototype concept but an expansion of a previous concept already proven to work. With your help, it can become a game everyone can play, compete with other players, and create your own in-game challenges. Make sure to vote for Bubble Struggle: Adventures on Steam Greenlight.

Also, this is not a “fund the last period of development before game is released anyways” project. This Kickstarter campaign is an “all or nothing” shot at making something really great. With a relatively short turn-around time for a final release, estimated to be  March 2015 to all backers.


Sequel Star Traders 2 now on Kickstarter

Trese Brothers, the game development team that brought you the hit space-opera RPG and trading game in an #openworld, Star Traders RPG, on both #Android and iOS, is happy to #announce that they are planning on bringing the fans a sequel to the smash hit, with the given name Star Traders 2. Though they need help from everyone as they just launched their Kickstarter campaign for the game in order to help with developing the game. Trese Brothers has set a goal of $50,000 and a estimated goal of delivery the game in September 2015, which will be launched on #Linux, Mac, Windows PC, Android, and iOS (iPad/iPhone).

Max Gentlemen coming to Linux, Mac and Windows PC this week

Organ Trail creator The Men Who Wear Many Hats will release its free, “old timey arcade action” #game called Max Gentlemen on August 21, the developer recently announced for mobile devices and Linux, Mac, Windows PC.

The game was funded via Kickstarter last year. Although the core experience is #free, players can choose to purchase extra characters and levels. It also offers cross-platform local multiplayer to compete against friends. In Max Gentlemen, players will collect and stack hats in a Victorian-era world, mixed with “the over-the-top, pile-drive-your-mom aesthetics of professional wrestling.”

“When you drink a beer, a hat will fly upon your head, because you deserve it (for being so manly),” the game’s description reads.

Max Gentlemen was inspired by a spam email for penis pills received by a member of the dev team. Speaking with Polygon via email, designer Ryan Wiemeyer said the team began breaking down the traits of a “Max Gentlemen.”

“We decided that they are extreme manner gentlemen,” Wiemeyer told Polygon. “Take the showboating and extreme attitude of profession wrestlers and mix them with Victorian era gentlemen. BOOM. You’ve got a Max Gentlemen.

“We started dreaming up all the extreme things they could do. They open doors for old ladies and rip the door off the handle. They flex and their shirts explode, and they are covered in polite tattoos like ‘Manners.’ They go to the hat shop, and they wear many many hats.”

Although early concepts for Max Gentlemen were unsuccessful, it was later turned into a drinking game for a game jam, and then finally a full product. The game will be available for Linux, Android, iOS, Mac and Windows PC. For a complete breakdown on the game, check out the trailer above.

Reblogged from: polygon


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