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Games: Midnight Protocol, Cursed Letters, and Mini Metro

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  • Tactical narrative hacking RPG 'Midnight Protocol' releases Q4 2021 and gets a new trailer | GamingOnLinux

    Ready for some hacking? Midnight Protocol, the strategic RPG from LuGus Studios and Iceberg Interactive is seeing a slight delay to the release but there's a new trailer and demo up.

    Set in the near-future it's a narrative-driven game about being a hacktivist in a world filled with "labour automation, big data, controversial AI applications, legal grey zones, and the nebulous nature of online identity" - so pretty much where we are now right? You are known as 'Data' and you recently got doxxed with a "shadowy branch of government" out to get you. Check out the new trailer:

  • Check out Cursed Letters, a first-person stealth horror game with retro visuals | GamingOnLinux

    Here's a fresh one for you - Cursed Letters is a first-person stealth horror game with retro visuals from Aeternum Ludos. We briefly mentioned Cursed Letters little over a year ago when it didn't yet have a release. Now though you can try an actual demo to get a feel for the full release that's due in October.

    The developer explains they're trying to get something that has a mixture of elements from Outlast and Silent Hill, with their own unique spin to give a new "slasher horror game". Expect plenty of gore, strong language and everything like that.

    "What would you do if you had lost your father, and your brother sent you a strange letter telling you that he can bring him back to life?

  • Mini Metro now lets you build up one of Europe's oldest metro systems in Budapest | GamingOnLinux

    Nearly six years after release, the traffic-management building sim Mini Metro has another wonderful update out to pull you back in to play hours more.

    "In Mini Metro, you take on the task of designing the subway layout for a rapidly expanding city. Your city starts with three stations. Draw routes between these stations to connect them with subway lines. Commuters travel along your lines to get around the city as fast as they can. Each station can only hold a handful of waiting commuters so your subway network will need to be well-designed to avoid delays."

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