22 Games Like Conclusion for Linux

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The story of the Nile. Man, being in an unknown place. How did he get here? What is this place? Why this road seems very familiar? All questions have to answer You.

1# Dear Esther: Landmark Edition - 2016

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A deserted island... a lost man... memories of a fatal crash... a book written by a dying explorer." Abandoning traditional gameplay for a pure story-driven experience, Dear Esther fuses its beautiful environments with a breathtaking soundtrack to tell a powerful story of love, loss, guilt and redemption. Dear Esther: Landmark Edition features a Directors' Commentary mode that allows players to explore the island and learn what inspired the game and how it was crafted by The Chinese Room and Rob Briscoe.

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11# The Beginner's Guide - 2015

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The Beginner's Guide is a narrative video game from Davey Wreden, the creator of The Stanley Parable. It lasts about an hour and a half and has no traditional mechanics, no goals or objectives. Instead, it tells the story of a person struggling to deal with something they do not understand.

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12# Tacoma - 2017

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Tacoma is a sci-fi narrative adventure from the creators of Gone Home. Set aboard a high-tech space station in the year 2088, explore every detail of how the station’s crew lived and worked, finding the clues that add up to a gripping story of trust, fear, and resolve in the face of disaster.

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14# Disturbed: Beyond Aramor - 2016

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A 'Choose Your Own Adventure' themed sequel to the free-to-play 'Disturbed'. Your journey begins with Gabriel, a depressed soul who has been banished away on Greyrock Island. Discover an unfolding world as you wander to fulfill the desires of your heart.

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15# Gone Home - 2013

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Gone Home is a conceptual simulation game somewhat themed after classic adventure titles where how you interact with space around your characters determines how far you progress in the game. This title is all about exploring a modern, residential locale, and discovering the story of what happened there by investigating a deeply interactive gameworld. The development team aims to push for true simulation,both in the sense of the physics system but also in allowing the player to open any door or drawer they'd logically be able to and examine what's inside, down to small details.

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16# Journal - 2014

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Enter the pages of the hand painted world of Journal. A journey through the life of a young and troubled girl as she tries to face up to the choices and responsibilities that come with childhood. An experience that questions the reliability of how we choose to remember events and explores the truths hidden within our dreams.

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17# Family cobweb - 2017

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Screenshot of the video game Family cobweb
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Difficult life, unjust, gangster world ... All this sends the hero into wandering around the world and all for revenge. You have to find out how much the web of these mafia families is tangled....

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18# The First Tree - 2017

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The First Tree is a third-person exploration game centered around two parallel stories: a fox trying to find her missing family, and a son reconnecting with his estranged father in Alaska. Players take control of the fox on a poignant and beautiful journey that crescendos at the source of life, and perhaps result in an understanding of death. Featuring a gorgeous, orchestral soundtrack by acclaimed artists like Message to Bears, Lowercase Noises, and Josh Kramer.

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20# 'n Verlore Verstand - 2017

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In 'n Verlore Verstand you will be transported to a reality of dreams and nightmares. What will you discover about yourself in this journey through the subconscious? In these realms of the unknown, you must travel through labyrinths of memories to eventually find your way to your own truth. Features: -Abstract adventure. -Engaging dream-like environments. -Mysterious puzzles. -Platforming -Exploration

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21# Breached - 2016

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Unveil the truth in a genre-blending sci-fi mystery. Awaken from cryogenic slumber you find your shelter damaged by unknown circumstances. Scavenge your surroundings, repair the shelter and explore the ruins in hopes of uncovering – or perhaps avoiding – the uncomfortable truth of what has transpired.

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22# Dear Esther - 2012

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Dear Esther is a ghost story, told using first-person gaming technologies. Rather than traditional game-play the focus here is on exploration, uncovering the mystery of the island, of who you are and why you are here. Fragments of story are randomly uncovered when exploring the various locations of the island, making every each journey a unique experience.

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