Gone Home Adventure Game Arrives on Steam for Linux

The player won't have to solve puzzles or fight monsters

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Gone Home, an adventure game developed and published by The Fullbright Company, has just arrived on Steam for Linux.

Gone Home, an adventure game developed and published by The Fullbright Company, has just arrived on Steam for Linux.

Gone Home is not a gamer per-se, it's more of a story adventure. There are no puzzles to figure out, no combat, and there are no monsters in the closet. The players just have to find out what has happened in that house, looking for clues and messages left behind.

“You arrive home after a year abroad. You expect your family to greet you, but the house is empty. Something's not right. Where is everyone? And what's happened here?” reads the synopsis from Steam.

The Linux system requirements are quite acceptable: glibc 2.11 or newer, a 1.80GHz processor, 2GB RAM memory, a minimum Intel HD Graphics 4000, and 2GB of free HDD space.

Gone Home also benefits from a 10% discount until August 21.

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