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Zen-puzzler ‘Lines’ Makes its Way to PC

Brimming with new features designed specifically for PC, including Steam Workshop.

Haarlem, the Netherlands, June 8th: Gamious’ award-winning puzzle game, Lines, is now available on Steam with lots of additional features specifically for the PC audience. The original already successful on iOS, Lines for PC features 250 levels with countless variations, an extra ‘infinite’ game mode, a higher difficulty setting and a level editor with Steam Workshop integration.

Check out the trailer for Lines here: Lines Trailer

“We’ve definitely augmented Lines for the PC launch”, said Pim Bouman, CEO of Gamious. “We didn’t want to simply port the game from mobile to PC, so we added features to the game to make it bigger, better and more challenging.”

Lines is an abstract ‘zen’ game puzzle experience where form is just as important as function. Place or remove dots to initiate a colorful race that fills a drawing. The color that dominates the race wins. This apparently simple concept becomes intricate quickly with 6 game modes: Point, Eraser, Rope, Knife, Mixed and Infinite.

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About Gamious

We are Gamious, a small Dutch game developer, based in Haarlem. We craft original and accessible games with pure gameplay – games we love to play ourselves. Every game we deliver is the result of the collaborative effort of small teams with the right skills, experience and an absolute passion for that specific game genre. We either self-publish, work with publishers, or a mix between these two, to get the games to the right platforms.

 

 

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