Party of Sin Launched on Steam, Linux Version Incoming

The players will be able to control the seven deadly sins

By Silviu Stahie on December 17th, 2012 08:35 GMT

Party of Sin, a 2D platformer built by the Crankshaft Games studio, has been launched on Steam and the developers have promised that a Linux version is incoming.

In Party of Sin, the players will be able to control the Seven Deadly Sins in a cooperative puzzle platformer for 1-4 players. It also features a solo and local-cooperative adventure spanning four religiously-themed worlds and over 20 levels.

Moreover, the game provides full controller support on a TV via Steam’s new Big Picture Mode, and other Steam features, such as achievements, leaderboards, and cloud saves, will be available.

“Ports for Mac and Linux are planned, but no clear schedule has been determined,” stated the official FAQ, on the game's website. This means that most probably a Linux version will be available in early spring, the soonest.
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