Inscryption, one of the year’s top games, has been made available on Mac and Linux after previously only being made available for Windows PCs, the game’s director. With its marvelously dark and cryptic metanarrative, the deck-building card-battling roguelike Inscryption goes from being “interesting” to being “utterly absorbing.” It was chosen as the game of the year for 2021 by both my colleague Ash Parrish and our pals at Polygon.
Delicately disturbing inscryption that fights cards is now available for Mac and Linux
“Normally Unity makes Mac / Linux ports fairly easy but due to the scope and weirdness of Inscryption there were plenty of platform specific bugs to work out,” notes the game’s update notes for its Mac and Linux releases. “Huge thanks to Ryan Lee (@belbeeno) who single-handedly destroyed these bugs. And thank you to the beta testers who played the Mac and Linux versions and reported them!” The game is available on Steam for both platforms. Here’s hoping console ports aren’t too far behind.
The system requirements for Inscryption, which are given on its Steam page, are not very demanding. This implies that you should not encounter any problems operating it on any fairly current MacBooks; nonetheless, before making a purchase, be careful to check your machine’s specifications.
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