A downloadable game for Windows and Android

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Immortal is mixed between Adventure and Survival Games, take control of a Wizard character and go on 4 different world maps, surviving as long as possible by killing monsters and everyone in your way! Explore your beautiful powers & skills.

In this action-packed aquatic adventure you can:
• Unlock more unique skills & wizard powers
• Explore 4 different world maps
• Enjoy RPG 3D graphics and sound effects
• Pick gold from monsters to buy some potions to heal your character powers
• Equip awesome accessories
• Attack with intuitive touch, tilt controls or keyboard.

Compatible with Android 4.1 and above.

Compatible with Windows 64bit & 32bit, MacOS and Linux.

This app does not contain In-App Purchases or ads. Gems and Coins can also be collected by playing.


Buy Now$1.99 USD or more

In order to download this game you must purchase it at or above the minimum price of $1.99 USD. You will get access to the following files:

Immortals.apk 124 MB
Immortals.rar 135 MB


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I've just downloaded this game and cannot find a Linux binary in the .rar. Could you please advise where I can find this?

rvolland you can't access Linux binary files these files contain compiled source code. is the game client working? if yes  that's set, if not there's a program called Wine which allows you to run .exe files by translating Windows API calls to calls your Linux kernel can understand.To run a .exe program you first need to install Wine.

To do so you can follow the Official Wine installation tutorial for Ubuntu

But I tried client on Linux and it works fine.

If I understand wrong please correct.

Thanks for your reply. The Itch app informs me that there is no executable file.

I am well-versed with wine, but you advertise that your game will run on Linux (I see the penguin logo displayed on this page) but the .rar file currently contains no Linux-compatible program.

To put it very simply: there are only Windows executable files in your .rar package.