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Hyperspace Delivery Service, a very sweet looking pixel-art space trading and adventure game has officially released and comes with full Linux support.

From what I understand about it, it offers up what can basically be classed as multiple mini-games combined together. These include a really retro first-person shooter, space battles, simple puzzles and more. All that on top of basic trading, exploration, resources management and the list goes on.

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A lot of people seem to say it's like a "sci-fi Oregon Trail", if that helps. It doesn't have a lot of reviews but from what little it has, players are impressed and enjoying it.

You can find Hyperspace Delivery Service on Steam and

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Geppeto35 12 Jun, 2019
we need a test Liam <3
Rooster 12 Jun, 2019
Will give this a try, when more time.
Purple Library Guy 12 Jun, 2019
Quoting: Geppeto35we need a test Liam <3
A "test Liam"? I think the current Liam is well enough tested that we can go with him.
Gobo 13 Jun, 2019
First reaction: wow, the title reminds me of Hyperspace Delivery Boy!

And even though you simply do not try to anger John Romero and Tom Hall, it might still be better than calling the game Hyperspace Trading Company (HTC)...
Geppeto35 13 Jun, 2019
Quoting: Purple Library Guy
Quoting: Geppeto35we need a test Liam <3
A "test Liam"? I think the current Liam is well enough tested that we can go with him.
U mean com(m)a matters when writing? XD
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