Check out this Slender Remake with Linux verse
New Producers Bring Linux a New Slender Version
A new version of Slender Just arrived for Linux, this time the game was produced by Hades Productions, the new version was authorized by the original author of Slender and Parsec Productions, original producer, to make this remake. With all the attention of the original authors in Slender: The Arrival which has no versions for Linux, at least not yet. O original game was done very simply and yet gave good scares to the players, now with Slender Anxiety the terror promises to come back with more elaborate scenarios and better worked textures, made on the same Unity 3D graphics engine.
And what's new in this version?
It is a rereading that aims to make the Original Game more complete, there is the popular phase of the forest and other items that are being released as you overcome the challenges.
In addition, the game has graphical configuration options that allow it to run on less performing PCs and those with more provides a better graph for a more enjoyable experience.
The way to play it, there were some complaints from Linux users, which versions of Slender as The Nine Pages have a very high sensitivity on the mouse, making it a little difficult to play until the player gets used to Slender Anxiety The developers were concerned with setting an option to regulate mouse sensitivity, plus point.
No more do you move the character with the famous WASD, collect the pages with the mouse, turn the flashlight on and off with the right mouse button or the letter F and run on Shift.
Check out some images of the game
Download Slender Anxiety for Linux 32 and 64-bit
You will download an approximately 140 MB file, extract it to a folder of your choice and inside it simply give the binary file execution permissions and double click to play.
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