Unigine-Powered "Sumoman" Being Released For Linux Today
Written by Michael Larabel in Linux Gaming on 28 March 2017 at 06:19 AM EDT. 8 Comments
LINUX GAMING --
There's a new Linux-friendly game launching today that's powered by the demanding Unigine Game Engine.

Sumoman is an adventure puzzle platformer game. With its usage of Unigine, the graphics appear rather interesting and there is also advanced physics support.


The Linux requirements for this game aren't too stiff and list a GeForce GTX 260 as minimum or GTX 460 as recommended.

The game is self-described on its Steam store page as "Sumoman is an adventure puzzle platformer with advanced physics, destructible objects and the ability to reverse time. Solve various physical puzzles, trying to keep the unstable Sumoman on his feet in challenging environments."
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