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[Itch.io] The Mission of Dog Gamer and The Bald Spaceship

itch.io For Free!!!! by RED CLOUDS

A sale by RED CLOUDS, 100% off The Mission of Dog Gamer, The Bald Spaceship

Two mspaint-style-graphics indies for Mac and Windows, pay-what-you-want on itch.io until 31st August

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[Prime] The Lullaby of Life

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Colourful rhythm-based puzzle for Windows, free on GOG for Amazon Prime subscribers until 17th July

Direct link to redeem once you've got the code

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luv me rover, 'ate me small richard
  • I think the idea is that if you feel the need to have a powerful status symbol like a Range Rover or a Porsche then the only explanation is that you just desire the status symbol of "Big Man". The old joke is then that they feel the need to be a big man because they feel ashamed about something else like having a small willy.

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    mortified

    cross-posted from: https://feddit.uk/post/13144708

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    [Itch.io] ProSignal
  • It's download-only (rather than claim and add to your account) but the developer addresses this in the comments:

    you can assign the game to your account by participating in the fundraising by contributing $1+ (This also unlocks all future versions of the game on itch.io) 😀

  • [Itch.io] ProSignal

    ⚡️ ProSignal by TheAresjej

    Colourful top-down zombie survival and crafting RPG for Windows, pay-what-you-want on itch.io until 21st June

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    What do you use the back buttons for?
  • I initially tried pressing the bit that's not flat against the back by squeezing it and it really wasn't comfortable for my hand, but pressing the bit that is flat against the back is way easier

  • It's time to stop thinking plastic phones can't be premium
  • Good philosophy. I've found that I'm much happier on the internet since I stopped being bothered about other people being "wrong". I cannot save the world, but if I can help out a few people then that's enough.

  • [Itch.io] 6 educational indies by Yoeri Staal

    itch.io Time to Learn! by Yoeri Staal

    A sale by Yoeri Staal, 100% off 6 games

    Six cute indie mini-game collections for Mac and Windows to teach kids about maths and science, pay-what-you-want on itch.io until 12th June

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    [Prime/GOG] STAR WARS Battlefront II (the good one from 2005)

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    Classic third-person shooter for Windows, free on GOG for Amazon Prime subscribers until 10th July

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    [Itch.io] Memetomo

    Memetomo by mugensaru

    Cat-meme-card-battling Pokémon-style pixel-art RPG for Windows, pay-what-you-want on itch.io until 9th June, though the developer recommends the iOS version posted yesterday which is also currently free!

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    Nominative Determinism @feddit.uk smeg @feddit.uk

    Storm Field, meteorologist

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    [Itch.io] War of Ants!

    Minimal ant (and spider) simulator for Windows, pay-what-you-want on itch.io ending tonight

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    [Itch.io] Maxluq 1 & 2

    itch.io Help to create a Steam page by DevRoids

    A sale by DevRoids, 100% off Maxluq, Maxluq Mobile, Maxluq 2

    Puzzling indie horrors for Windows and Android, pay-what-you-want on itch.io until 9th June:

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    [Prime/Epic] Electrician Simulator

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    As it sounds, an electrician simulator for Windows, free on Epic Games for Amazon Prime subscribers until 10th July

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    [Itch.io] Still Alive

    Spooky zombie-apocalypse-survival indie for Mac and Windows, pay-what-you-want on itch.io until 2nd June

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    [Itch.io] ROOM.EXE

    Remastered psychedelic experience (feels like it might be a game?) for Linux, Mac, and Windows, pay-what-you-want on itch.io ending today

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    [Itch.io] HOME 1, 2, and Classic

    itch.io APOCALYPTIC NEET RPGs by HORSES' MUSIC-DOGS

    A sale by HORSES' MUSIC-DOGS, 100% off CLASSIC GAME, HOME GAME, HOME GAME 2

    Three retro adventures for Windows made in RPG Maker 2000, pay-what-you-want on itch.io ending tonight:

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    [Itch.io] The Whispersmith and The Haunting of Hollow Manor

    itch.io Sale by qLes

    A sale by qLes, 100% off The Haunting of Hollow Manor, The Whispersmith

    Two quick indie horrors:

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    [Itch.io] Cubes in Danger 2

    Competitive arcade collectathon for two local players on Windows, pay-what-you-want on itch.io today only

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    [Itch.io] Funny Monkey Game

    daniel-meyer.itch.io Funny Monkey Game by Daniel

    Chaotic, action-packed party game for 1-4 players!

    Funny Monkey Game by Daniel

    Arcade-style top-down arena fighter for 1-4 local players on Windows, pay-what-you-want on itch.io today only

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    Any advice for a long-time Linux user, first-time Linux desktop user?

    I'm a regular user of Linux systems but apart from a couple of test Ubuntu installs many years ago they've always been containers or VMs with no DE which I can throw away when I break them. The Steam Deck showcasing how far Wine/Proton has come combined with Windows being Windows has given me the push; I've made a Mint live USB and it's running beautifully on my desktop. I come to you, the masters, with questions before I hit install:

    1. What do you recommend I do about disk partitions? I'm keeping a Windows install for the few things that demand it, does Windows still occasionally destroy Linux partitions? Do I need separate partitions for data and OS? Is it straightforward to add additional distros as new partitions or is that asking for trouble?
    2. Is disk encryption straightforward? And is that likely to upset the Windows partition?
    3. Is cloud storage sync straightforward? It's my off-site backup solution on Android and Windows (using Cryptomator with Dropbox, Google Drive, etc) but I don't think that many providers have Linux clients. Is something like rclone recommended?
    4. Should I just use apt to install software? I know there's some kind of graphical package manager (synaptic?), does that use apt under the covers or is it separate? Is it recommended to install something like Flathub too?
    5. Any other pearls of wisdom? How do I keep everything tidy? Any warnings about what not to do? Should I use a particular terminal emulator or Firefox fork?
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    Nominative Determinism @feddit.uk smeg @feddit.uk

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    Dr. Seawright will help you see right

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