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Games: Boyfriend Dungeon, Humble Big Brain Bundle, art of rally, and Polychromatic

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  • Dungeon crawling adventure where you date your weapons Boyfriend Dungeon is out | GamingOnLinux

    Boyfriend Dungeon from Kitfox Games is out now and it's highly unusual. It merges together ideas from a dungeon crawler with a dating sim in a rather unique way.

    "You move into your cousin's old apartment, rent-free for the summer. Plus, he'll help you solve your little problem... you've never been on a date in your life!

    To get some confidence and meet people, plus earn a little cash, you’re tasked with clearing the creatures in “the dunj”. Soon you discover weapons you find transform into cuties… and they’re SINGLE! (What a craaazy coincidence because you also happen to be up for grabs yourself.) But someone's abducting weapons and leaving them damaged in the dungeon! Who could do such a thing? Will you solve the blade-napping mystery? Will you find love? Or, friendship, at least?"

  • The Humble Big Brain Bundle has XCOM 2, 5D Chess, Battletech and more | GamingOnLinux

    After some strategy games? Humble have you covered with another pretty great bundle. The Humble Big Brain Bundle has some games well worth looking into. Good native Linux support this time around too with the top games.

  • art of rally goes to Kenya in the latest free expansion | GamingOnLinux

    Stylish racing game art of rally has expanded again with another big free update taking the game to Kenya. This is the first new location to be added since release, and they've teased the next location will be "tropical".

    This update adds in 4 news cars, 6 new stages: mount kenya, karura, homa bay, ndere island, lake baringo, lake nakuru and 1 new freeroam area: mara simba.

  • Polychromatic front-end for managing Razer hardware on Linux gets an overhaul | GamingOnLinux

    Do you have some Razer hardware? You need to take a look at Polychromatic, built on top of OpenRazer, it's a wonderful open source UI for managing all your Razer devices on Linux.

    Just released the developer emailed us to mention it's going through a big overhaul. They've dropped WebKitGTK in favour of PyQt5 which they say "this means it's no longer a hybrid web app and now functions as a traditional desktop application". It's also been redesigned to be cleaner and still looks great.

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