Incredipede FREE for Linux!

Incredipede is a game about the beauty of life, or is it about how disgusting life can be?
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Welcome to Incredipede, an indie game where you play as a big green eyeball that can morph limbs and muscles in very strange ways. Created by Northway Games, a group of traveling indie game developers, Incredipede is a mix of a sandbox and puzzle game with a heavy focus towards physics. The gameplay focuses on an Incredipede called Quozzle, who morphs limbs to complete short challenges to reach a distant village and save her sisters. Luckily, developer Colin Northway has made Incredipede free for Linux users. 

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The artist Thomas Shahan, hand-crafted three beautifully worlds and thousands of user-made creations. Incredipede has sixty challenging levels with elements such as lava, water or wind to keep you from traversing the world. Once you get further into the game, you will get to stretch Quozzle into new shapes to better navigate her surroundings. You can also play on your desktop or in your browser with the Flash plugin 11.2+.

Right now, Incredipede is $10 on the Incredipede website here and $5 on steam and Don’t forget that you can also download Incredipede completely for free if you have Linux. Northway has added instructions on his website on how to make Incredipede look extra fancy on Linux as well. So break a leg and get to making legs!

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