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There’s Always a Madman to hit Steam Deck

there’s always a madman: fight or flight single-player spy thriller game aims at linux via steam deck and windows pc

There’s Always a Madman: Fight or Flight single-player spy thriller game aims at Linux via Steam Deck and Windows PC with a Demo. According to the latest details straight from the folks at Sunny Demeanor Games. Due to evolve its way onto Steam in 2024.

We are due to take a dive deep into the newest spy thriller adventure, There’s Always a Madman: Fight or Flight. This one’s going to be both unique and even deep.

First up, picture this: it’s the Ides of March 15th. The same day a historic Julius Caesar met a rather sharp end. Now, why’s this date important? Our There’s Always a Madman: Fight or Flight bad guy is Brutus. The date is a nod to Mission: Impossible too, where a key moment is called “Job 3:15”. On top of that, the developer “anticipates good compatibility with Linux through Steam’s Proton compatibility layer. Similar to how the Steam Deck functions.” Since this opens up Proton support, with further hope for a There’s Always a Madman: Fight or Flight native port.

“While there are no specific plans for Mac and Linux versions at the moment, it’s encouraging to know that you are open to revisiting these decisions in the future.”

There’s Always a Madman: Fight or Flight release date trailer

Now, onto There’s Always a Madman: Fight or Flight that you will be diving into. A secret agent, Franklin Benjamin, with the weight of the world on your shoulders. You get to cruise in the swankiest cars, charm some amazing people, and tackle some wild challenges to save the day. There’s even an evil genius, so you are the one to stop him. Some madman with deadly satellite tech that can strike anywhere, even other satellites.

In There’s Always a Madman: Fight or Flight you have help: Virginia, who’s got tons of field experience. Also, Hatcher, the tech guru. But hey, it’s your show! Your choices dictate how this all unfolds. It’s text-based, due to have you diving into a spy novel where YOU are the main character. And there’s also amazing music in the background. Feeling safe? Calm tunes play. Danger? The music turns intense. It’s all about setting that perfect mood for your adventure.

Controls? Just a mouse to delve into There’s Always a Madman: Fight or Flight. Every move you make, every line you say – it’s just a click.

If you’re thinking, “What’s it like?”, well, imagine a mix of classics like GoldenEye 007, the Mission: Impossible adventures, and some Telltale magic like the Batman series. And the humor? Think Austin Powers, The Office’s “Threat Level Midnight” episode. There’s Always a Madman: Fight or Flight even has a hint of The Simpsons with their “You Only Move Twice” episode. So, it’s not just action – there are some laughs too!

The Demo:

Now, bonus info! Before There’s Always a Madman: Fight or Flight releases on March 15th, 2024, there’s a demo out that you can try, covering 5 mega chapters. And this isn’t a one-time thing; it’s sticking around for a while. So, you’ve got time to test-drive your secret agent Demo on Linux and Steam Deck via Proton. This spy thriller game is also developed in Unity 3D.

Also, keep an eye out this October. There’s a Kickstarter coming, not for the main adventure, but for a James Bond-style title track. If you back it, you could even see your name in the credits, or get an early sneak peek.

To sum it up, There’s Always a Madman: Fight or Flight isn’t just another title to play; it’s an experience to be lived. Due to making its way onto Linux and Steam Deck via Proton with Windows PC. Also, be sure to Wishlist this spy thriller game on Steam.