Transmogrify 2D platformer game now launches a native Linux build with Windows PC. Prepare to be amazed by the sheer commitment and relentless effort put in by the incredible team at Odyssey Entertainment. Available now on Steam with 100% Positive reviews.
Let me tell you about Transmogrify. It’s a 2D platformer that takes you on a wild and surreal adventure. Imagine playing a game that combines the mind-bending puzzles of Portal with the classic platformers from the 90s.
In Transmogrify, you play a character named Chris, who happens to be a janitor. But don’t worry, this is no ordinary janitor job! While Chris finds themselves trapped in a place called Future Perfect Labs, which is in big trouble. Dangerous creatures have escaped and taken over the facility. Now it’s up to you to save the day, doing so on Linux.
Luckily, Chris has a special device called the Transmogrify. This device can transform living things into useful tools and structures. So you can turn monsters into bouncy springs, slime cubes, or even heavy weapons. With this device, you’ll also be able to work through the lab and escape from the creepy creatures.
Transmogrify Launch Trailer
Now you can play on Linux. Doing so, you’ll meet a sassy AI companion named Grace. She’s smart and will help you uncover the secrets of Future Perfect Labs. Together, you’ll explore different sci-fi worlds, each one more chaotic than the last. Your job is to solve puzzles and think creatively to find a way to safety.
Transmogrify is the first game from developer Odyssesy Entertainment. They’ve been working on it for eight years, and it’s finally ready to be played on Linux. The team members have also worked on other games like Dwerve, Zoe and the Cursed Dreamer, and many more.
The game was supported on Kickstarter, and was quite successful. Thanks to that support, Transmogrify is now available with native support. All ready to download and play.
So, if you’re into mind-bending puzzles, 2D platformer action, and a futuristic setting, Transmogrify is the game for you. Available on Steam, now launching native Linux support with Windows PC. Priced at $24.99 USD / £20.99 / 24,50€.