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Tunnet has you dig deep underground while you build and debug a big network

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Build, debug and optimize a computer network in an underground facility. Tunnet is certainly something quite different and it's out now. "Have you ever wanted to be a lonely underpaid network technician who works 24/7 in an underground facility?", the developer asks. Well, I can't say I have and now there's a slightly freaky looking game for it.

Equipped with a drill to let you dig through tunnels to find and connect up various bunkers, you'll need to keep an eye-out for anything. Apparently things like to lurk in the dark. As you progress you'll earn more money, but it will get a bit more complicated over time with all the networking and things can (and probably will) go wrong.

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Game Features:

  • Build, optimize and debug a computer network in a first-person 3D environment.
  • Dig tunnels to access the different bunkers and connect them to the network.
  • Explore the facilities and unveil the secrets of the underground complex.
  • Find a way to access the computers guarded by the creepy monsters that haunt the bunkers.

You can find it on itch.io and Steam.

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scaine Dec 11, 2023
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Reminds of me Fortress Craft Evolved for some reason, but without the insane complexity! (that's a good thing)

I'll wishlist, but I have too much to play right now. One for the new year, I reckon.
razing32 Dec 11, 2023
Hmmm I wonder what RFCs they implemented.
Do we get to setup BGP confederations ?

Valck Dec 13, 2023
Looks like a nice time waster.
Double bonus points for being on itch and not using The Engine That Shall Not Be Named.

Quoting: razing32Hmmm I wonder what RFCs they implemented.
Do we get to setup BGP confederations ?

TL;DR: No ;)
wvstolzing Dec 13, 2023
I'm seriously impressed by the art style. I wonder if this is a one-man enterprise -- if so, I'd be even more impressed. I think I'll get this one soon.
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