LINUXGAMES

Aether, from the makers of Gish

September 6th, 2008 by Crusader

Edmund McMillen, an author of the Linux game Gish, and the Flash games Triachnid and Coil, let us know about his latest project, Aether:

In the game you play as a boy who leaves the earth in search of life in outer space, someone he can relate to. in the process he discovers lost planets that need to be saved, solving puzzles on these planet bring life back to them and the galaxy expands.

Please feel free to try the game out yourself, the story is left open to interpretation and if your into exploration and problem solving then you just might really like it.

All the controls and info are in the game.

The Game was created by Myself and Tyler Glaiel of http://www.glaielgames.com/. We made it in 14 days.

I hope you enjoy our labor of love.

3 Responses to “Aether, from the makers of Gish”

  1. Nemoder Says:

    Very well done! If only Flash wasn’t so choppy and had better sound quality on Linux.

  2. vadi4 Says:

    I love it! Flash wasn’t choppy and the sound quality was perfect on my linux.

  3. bobcat Says:

    For the love of god, turn up the contrast!
    It’s so washed out it’s unplayable. Looks nice with sunglasses on though.

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