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After waiting a whole year, the seventh chapter of the Higurashi When They Cry Hou is now available with Higurashi When They Cry Hou - Ch.7 Minagoroshi.

Continuing to support Linux just like all the other chapters, this highly rated series is worth a look for anyone who enjoys a good mystery. This is a kinetic/sound novel, not one if you like to pick lots of options and change the story. It's a linear experience but still worth going through if you like your novels.

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Of course, you want to make sure you start with the first chapter, not one you can really skip through. Each chapter can take multiple hours to get through, thankfully though they're surprisingly engaging. If you've watched the Anime, this is still worth a look too as it goes into quite a bit more detail across various events.

You can find Chapter 7 on GOG and Steam.

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DaiKaiser93 19 Jul, 2019
Damn it, I haven't even started the first one, they are just accumulating dust in my library.
NoSt 19 Jul, 2019
So great to see our of my all-time favourite visual novels released on Linux.
I only wish it wouldn't take them so much time. I hope they release the final answer chapter faster.
Morguldir 19 Jul, 2019
Quoting: DaiKaiser93Damn it, I haven't even started the first one, they are just accumulating dust in my library.
Trust me, this is better than having to wait over a year for the next episode.
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