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Thirty Flights of Loving Alternatives for Linux

#1 Proteus

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Proteus is an Addictive, Exploration, Puzzle, First-person Perspective, Open World, and Single-player video game developed by Ed Key and David Kanaga and published by Twisted Tree. The game takes place in the procedurally generated world and lets the player get into the role of the protagonist.

Like a hero, the player has to explore the massive world without any specific goals. The player can explore the world from the first-person view, and the game world consists of trees, animals, hills, frogs, and rabbits. The game mainly focuses on exploration rather than interaction.

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#2 Only If

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Only If, developed by Creability, is a Free-to-play, Adventure, Co-op, First-person Perspective, Horror, Puzzle, and Single-player video game. You control the protagonist named Anthony Clyde, who wakes up after an exciting party night and find himself in an unfamiliar bed with no memory of the last night.

During the game, you have to complete some puzzles to discover what happened at the party last night. The game provides you with an open-world environment so you can move freely everywhere. It includes Horror-Survival elements and allows you to immerse yourself in FPS experience. The surrounding environment will change as you see in another direction.

#3 The Stanley Parable

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The Stanley Parable is an Action, First-person Perspective, Puzzle-Platform, Exploration, and Single-player video game created and published by Galactic Cafe. The game takes place in the surreal environment and lets you assume the role of Stanley, and your main goal is to explore the massive game world and complete challenging objectives, physics puzzles, and tasks to progress in the game to earn experience points.

The game allows you to follows the narrator or can make decisions during the journey to advance the story. You can move around the world and can interact with particular objects, elements of the environment, such as opening doors and pressing buttons.

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#4 Gone Home

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Gone Home is an Adventure, Exploration, First-person Perspective, and Single-player video game developed and published by The Fullbright Company. The game takes place in the historic year 1995 and focuses on the exploration of a strange mansion situated in Portland.

The main objective is to interact with household objects and complete certain levels. It puts you into the role of the protagonist named Kaitlin, who is female and lets you play the game from the first-person view. You can interact with ordinary objects using a mouse and keyboard.

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