Posts Tagged ‘Puzzle’

Evilot is an unique Puzzle / Defense game, for  GNU/Linux, iOS, Android, Windows, Mac, and Ouya The soundtrack of this game is nothing less then amazing (live orchestra) and worth pledging to it alone, you should really listen to the two released tracks (embalmed in this post) Out of the $10k they ask, $~3,500 already […]

Miegakure is a platform game where you explore the fourth dimension to solve puzzles. Our world is three-dimensional: width, depth, and height. But what if there was a fourth physical dimension that we cannot see, in addition to the other three? This game is about exploring the consequences of being able to move in four […]

SpaceChem For GNU/Linux Released !

Posted: 10th January 2011 by Maxim Bardin in Uncategorized
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Zachtronics Industries develops unique puzzle games, some of them can be even run on GNU/Linux via browser (flash based), but SpaceChem is their first game to have a true GNU/Linux client. About Zachtronics Industries is back with an ambitious new design-based puzzle game. Take on the role of a Reactor Engineer working for SpaceChem, the […]

Recently I’ve spoken with Krešimir Špes from Cateia Games about their GNU/Linux support. More then a year ago I’ve posted about the puzzle adventure game “The Legend of Crystal Valley”, a GNU/Linux client was promised but due to major difficulties in porting the old engine to GNU/Linux it’s most likely not going to happen (the […]

Seasons After Fall aka Seasons is a cute 2D platform/puzzle game made with the 3D program Blender. The game is developed by 2 French people named William and Guillaume who formed an indie company named Swingswing Submarine and made a Cat their boss ;). Making a 2D game in a 3D program like Blender actually […]

ColorCube – Puzzle Game Released !

Posted: 24th August 2010 by Maxim Bardin in Uncategorized
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ColorCube from the indie game developer ColorCube Studio is an unique puzzle game done with the FOSS 3D program Blender using the Blender Game Engine. ColorCube includes: * 48 Levels * A level editor * On-line levels And it costs only 4.5 Euro ! So what are you waiting for ? try the demo and […]

And Yet It Moves For GNU/Linux Released !

Posted: 6th August 2010 by Maxim Bardin in Uncategorized
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Award-winning Indie Puzzle Platformer Available For Linux VIENNA, Austria – August 6, 2010 – The award-winning puzzle platformer, And Yet It Moves, was released for the Linux platform today. Indie studio Broken Rules brings the award-winning downloadable PC and Mac game that will have players physically rotating environments to overcome various obstacles and challenges to […]

QuantZ For GNU/Linux Released !

Posted: 16th January 2010 by Maxim Bardin in Uncategorized
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Today I got this email about QuantZ release : “Dear all, QuantZ is now ready and on sale on our website!!! QuantZ for Linux is on sale and we decided to sell it for $6.50 till the end of January. We really would like to thank you for all your help, your support, your […]

Mystic Mine – Review

Posted: 3rd September 2009 by Maxim Bardin in Uncategorized
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After seeing my blog, Koen the only developer and founder of the gaming company Koonsolo contacted me and was kind enough to give his game Mystic Mine for a review. I was happy to learn that Mystic Mines was developed on GNU/Linux (Kubuntu) using many FOSS. Mystic Mine is a simple yet challenging and a […]