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I am a Pizza addict and now I think I finally realize why. I played a lot of Pizza Tycoon [GOG] when I was younger and I think it had an effect on me. It's now available on GOG with Linux support.

The game is DRM free as usual and as it's a classic game it's powered by DOSBox.

This is one classic game I actually wanted to try again when I was older. I enjoyed it when I was younger, but I didn't entirely get what I was doing at the time. It's really pleasing to be able to experience such games again on my favourite platform now I might actually be able to grasp the gameplay.

I tested it out and thanks to GOG bundling DOSBox once it's installed it runs perfectly. Article taken from
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wvstolzing 5 Jan, 2017
Keep trading 'lemon ice cream' (wink wink) and you'll be rich in no time.
micha 5 Jan, 2017
loved that game as a child! <3
StraToN 9 Jan, 2017
Not sure I'm happy with this news. I already own this lovely game on CD, and I used to get it from abandonware websites to have in playing in my DosBox.

Now, these downloads will eventually be unavailable since the game is now being sold again. In other terms, I'll have to either extract my old CD each time I want to play it, or buy it from GoG at a hard price (5.60€ is not so cheap for a dosbox archive with an unmodified game included).

Not so cool :(.
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