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Aquaria: now on Linux!


3:10 PM on 07.27.2007



I refuse to let this game sink out of your collective consciousness. Before I'm through and the game is actually released, I intend to have all of you beating down doors like the bloodthirsty dead demanding the game's release on XBLA, or simply demanding the game, period. In this video we can see Aquaria running on Linux (give us a cheer, nerds!) and get a bit of insight into the game's UI, minimap, and other little tidbits to tide geeks like me over until its eventual release. 

Good lord, it looks pretty. And polished! Just look at that ability system! Listen to that music, the voiceover! Adopt a fiery disposition and a pitchfork, kill who you need to, and start showering Bit-Blot with cash so we can stave off the death of creative 2D gaming for just a few years longer






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