Unreal Life developer wants Linux community support to go with Mac and Windows PC. Thanks to indie developer hako life and publisher room6. Which is now live on Steam and getting great Positive reviews.
Unreal Life is puzzle adventure game. Developed by the indie developer hako life. Which is a game that recently popped up on the radar. Both for email contact and by the worldwide release on Steam. Along with some great views. So I reached out for details regarding Linux support.
However, we are using Unity as a game engine, so porting is possible. If there are many requests from Linux users, we will consider it.
Originally the developer did not have plans for a port. The listing on Steam only shows Mac and Windows PC, which is frustrating. Especially with the solid success of the games release.
But as stated above, with enough Linux community support we can hopefully get a native build. So be sure to share some Tux Love or a +1. Especially since Unity 3D is being used.
Unreal Life – Official Trailer
Unreal Life, single-handedly developed by hako life. A puzzle adventure game starring a girl traveling through a mysterious town to recover her lost memories. Taking on the journey with a talking traffic light to help her along the way.
Since its Japanese release in May 2020 on the Nintendo Switch. The game has gained incredible popularity. To the point that there has hardly been a day when it was not being streamed since its release. Players all over the world can finally enjoy Unreal Life on PC platforms.
Hal, the protagonist, wakes up without any memories. A talking, AI-equipped traffic light, “195”, offers to help her. So the two travel together to find out about the girl’s past. Despite having no memories of her own. She can, for reasons which she does not understand, read the memories of the objects she touches. To be precise, she remembers one thing, or rather one name: that of her teacher. So she looks for this teacher, and the clues lead her to an apartment door. And beyond the door is another town. A town that she didn’t remember.
The Unreal Life player can read the memories of certain objects by touching them. Then compare those memories with how the surrounding area looks in the present. This will allow them to solve puzzles and find hints and information. New beautiful views, items, and progression along Hal’s quest make for an extremely rewarding experience. But remember, a gorgeous world can hide hideous secrets.
Neither the action parts nor the exploration parts lead to game overs. Allowing any player to progress through the story. Brillant players will be able to smoothly jump from one puzzle to the next. While players who have trouble solving them will be gradually provided hints by the game. Anybody can play Unreal Life.
The beautiful pixel art is accompanied by a variety of unexpected visual effects, creating a unique atmospheric landscape. Shaders and particle effects contribute to the seamless recreation of light, water, and much more against the background of the painstakingly hand-drawn pixel art.
The Steam version includes some extras when compared to the Nintendo Switch version.
- 64 unlockable achievements
- The original soundtrack sold as a DLC
- A value bundle including both the game and the soundtrack
So, as you can see, Unreal Life offers up different gameplay. Since it goes beyond just being a puzzle adventure. Priced at $19.99 USD on Steam for Mac and Windows PC. But with enough Linux community support, a native build.