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Game Zone: Neon Struct

by daiashi

About The Game

You are Jillian Cleary, an ex-spy on the run, framed for treason and hunted by your former agency. You must move in secret, survive off the grid, and find a way to clear your name. Old friends and new allies will lend their support, but with the eyes of the world upon you, who can you trust?

      Keep in the shadows, move in silence, and stay out of sight. Escape from tight situations by scrambling your enemies' vision. Enhance your performance with black market stims.
      Explore a concrete-and-neon brutalist vision of the modern surveillance state. Undertake eight missions spanning two continents. Meet a diverse range of interesting characters.
      Featuring an 18-song soundtrack by electronic rock band The Home Conversion.

      Simple but interesting game. Slight Deus Ex feel. A little suspense and action all rolled into one. It is very slow paced due to interaction with others, including your contacts. I found it rather enjoyable and hope you will, too.
    System requirements:
      Fully updated PCLinuxOS and Steam

        OS: PCLinuxOS
        Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo or equivalent
        Memory: 512 MB RAM
        Graphics: OpenGL 2.1-compliant device with 512MB memory
        Hard Drive: 200 MB available space
        OS: PCLinuxOS
        Processor: Intel Core i5 or equivalent
        Memory: 512 MB RAM
        Graphics: Dedicated graphics card, GeForce 9/Radeon HD 3000 series or better
        Hard Drive: 200 MB available space

About The Company


David Pittman makes video games. In 2013, he co-founded Minor Key Games and released Eldritch. He was formerly a programmer at 2K Marin, where he wrote AI code on BioShock 2, and led the AI team on The Bureau: XCOM Declassified. He holds a Master of Interactive Technology degree from The Guildhall at SMU.


Minor Key Games was formed in 2013 by game industry veterans and twin brothers David Pittman and J. Kyle Pittman. NEON STRUCT is their fourth published title, following Eldritch, You Have to Win the Game, and Super Win the Game. Minor Key Games is based out of Coppell, TX and Novato, CA.

Some Gameplay Screenshots

Getting It To Run Install Steam (if you don’t have it installed already), then start it. You will need to create a new account, if you do not already have one. Once you have Steam up and running, go to the store tab. Click on the Linux tab and search for Neon Struct. Click on and download the demo. If you have updated your system, including graphics drivers, you should be good to go. You can also get it here:

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