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Games: Hypnospace Outlaw and School Owner

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  • Put on your headband and enter the internet of dreams, Hypnospace Outlaw is out

    Hypnospace Outlaw is both ridiculous and brilliant, a game that simulates the '90s internet in a rather disturbing way and it's out now with Linux support.

  • Building and management sim 'School Owner' coming to Linux in May

    For those who love their building and management sims, one I spotted recently was School Owner and it's coming to Linux in May.

    First thing, it's not a fully completed game. It's going to be in Early Access, although the developer did say it's already in a "playable state" (I would hope so…) but they have plans to add in a lot more during the development of it like roads, updated graphics, more sound effects and background music and so on.

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