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Perform a live concert in Comedy Night, now on Linux

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Comedy Night [Steam], an online game about performing comedy in front of a live audience has recently released the Linux version.

It would be interesting to be in the audience, but I can't imagine joining a server and attempting to do the comedy myself, I think nerves would get the better of me even if I'm not technically there in person. I'm also not that funny! I can do grumpy, I'm rather good at that.

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About the game:

Perform
Perform in front of a live audience as an individual or go head to head with another performer. If you are an aspiring comedian this is a great sandbox to try out new material and perfect your show. If you can sing, see how a live audience responds in the open mic singing rooms or take other players down in rap battle sessions.

Watch
Be part of the audience and decide which performers stay or go by voting them off the stage. Heckle players or encourage them as they do their best to entertain you.

Create
Players have full control over custom avatars as they use different styles and animations to enhance the performance.

I've watched some videos on it and some of the stuff people say is just—yeah, awful. Some people try really hard and end up getting told to f-off and all kinds of crazy things. I do love the idea, but people are terrible. Some of it does look funny though, but most of what I've seen is just people swearing at each other.

Totally unsure on this one.

Thanks for the tip NuSuey.

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razing32 25 Oct, 2017
Eike
razing32What fun stuff did you find to play solo ?
Curios for myself :P
(currently i am playing older games via wine)

I didn't post this for quite some time, did I?
http://ein-eike.de/linux-games-worth-your-bucks/

I just played through Tacoma.
I guess you'll like it if you liked Gone Home and/or Firewatch.

Sehr gut herr Eike.
Vielen dank :)
fabertawe 26 Oct, 2017
razing32What fun stuff did you find to play solo ?
Curios for myself :P

Really? I currently have over 400 Linux games Quite amazing! None of those are multiplayer only games.

I tend to favour FPS type games like Dying Light, Hitman, Borderlands 2, Deus Ex, Shadow Of Mordor, Mad Max etc etc, you get the idea ;) Steamworld Dig's the nearest I get to a platformer these days.

razing32(currently i am playing older games via wine)

I used Wine for gaming but not for a few years now. I did rack up 103 hours in Far Cry 2, for instance and loved the Stalker series.


Last edited by fabertawe on 26 October 2017 at 9:38 am UTC
razing32 26 Oct, 2017
fabertawe
razing32What fun stuff did you find to play solo ?
Curios for myself :P

Really? I currently have over 400 Linux games Quite amazing! None of those are multiplayer only games.

I tend to favour FPS type games like Dying Light, Hitman, Borderlands 2, Deus Ex, Shadow Of Mordor, Mad Max etc etc, you get the idea ;) Steamworld Dig's the nearest I get to a platformer these days.

razing32(currently i am playing older games via wine)

I used Wine for gaming but not for a few years now. I did rack up 103 hours in Far Cry 2, for instance and loved the Stalker series.

LOL
My comment was meant more tongue in cheek
Was more curios what you were having fun with. I have a tonne of games but I seem to find myself drifting to older games run via wine (Tachyon the Fringe , Deus Ex 1 , Return to Castle Wolfenstein)

Don't think I ever had a love affair with platformers but did play them as a kid since they were the norm.
Loved Dying light but more from the sense of dread and panic while traversing the city at night.
I tend to favor RTS/TBS/Point and click and just stay away from the action and breathe in the world around me.
fabertawe 26 Oct, 2017
razing32LOL
My comment was meant more tongue in cheek

Fair enough :D

razing32Was more curios what you were having fun with. I have a tonne of games but I seem to find myself drifting to older games run via wine (Tachyon the Fringe , Deus Ex 1 , Return to Castle Wolfenstein)

Don't think I ever had a love affair with platformers but did play them as a kid since they were the norm.
Loved Dying light but more from the sense of dread and panic while traversing the city at night.
I tend to favor RTS/TBS/Point and click and just stay away from the action and breathe in the world around me.

I can certainly appreciate that last bit. Maybe I've been neglecting my gaming at a subconscious level because I agree with you ;) I'm slowing down with old age!
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