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I am totally in love with Parkitect, so many good memories of playing Theme Park on the Amiga came back when I tried it. You GOG fans can now join in the action too.

I should stress that the game is in-progress and is not finished, but saying that it still performs pretty well and it's very playable.

I already own it from buying it months ago directly from their website and I've put a number of hours into it without even realising.

About the game
Parkitect is a business simulation game where you must build a successful theme park.

Build the theme park of your dreams, and keep it running! Meticulously design that newest roller coaster, place the rides where you want them to be, and construct scenic structures and objects to make the park beautiful. Let your creativity shine, and when you're finished share it with the world!

Find Parkitect on GOG.

Really pleased Linux gets games like this. Article taken from GamingOnLinux.com.
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Ehvis 18 Jun, 2016
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The DRM free is not actually something that has to do with the GOG release. It was always DRM free via their website (through the Humble store). Which also gives you the option of activating it on Steam as well.
Liam Dawe 18 Jun, 2016
Quoting: EhvisThe DRM free is not actually something that has to do with the GOG release. It was always DRM free via their website (through the Humble store). Which also gives you the option of activating it on Steam as well.
I am well aware of this, this is simply a shout out to the GOG release. Like we usually do for GOG.
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