Feral Releases "Life Is Strange" For Linux
Written by Michael Larabel in Linux Gaming on 21 July 2016 at 01:46 PM EDT. Add A Comment
LINUX GAMING --
The latest Linux game port by Feral Interactive is the Life Is Strange title with all five episodes.

Feral has released the first episode (part) to this game for free on Steam. For those unfamiliar with this game, Feral describes it:
Life Is Strange is a unique five-part adventure that explores complex issues with an innovative take on story-based choice and consequences.

- A beautifully written adventure that explores real world issues with a different take on story-based choice and consequences.
- Find your way as Max, a teenager struggling to follow the road less travelled and make her mark on the world.
- Rewind time to change your choices in a story that twists and turns along different paths towards different endings.
- Striking hand-painted visuals and a distinctive indie soundtrack are integral to the captivating atmosphere of Life Is Strange.

If you're interested in this game for Linux/SteamOS, fire up Steam>
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