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Cyberpunk Bar Sim fully funded on Kickstarter and coming to Linux

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Currently crowdfunding (successfully!) with a few days left, Cyberpunk Bar Sim takes elements inspired by both Game Dev Tycoon and VA-11 Hall-A to create a new mix of cyberpunk bar ownership.

Starting off with nothing but a small dive bar with five stools, a counter-top and a handful of customers you will need to grow the business and expand your reach. Eventually you will pull in regulars, who will get chatty and tell you their story.

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  • Explore a Sci-Fi city in a dystopian, cyberpunk future
  • Manage your expenses, make drinks, advertise, and expand to further your popularity
  • Meet and befriend your regulars as your popularity grows to learn about the personal lives of androids, noir detectives, augmented humans, and more in visual novel-style dialogues.
  • Enjoy a selection of chill, jazzhop, and lofi beats!

Their Kickstarter campaign is due to end November 14, with it hitting well over the rather small three thousand dollar goal. Linux support is confirmed, with their campaign stating it very clearly. Since it's funded, it's now on our dedicated Crowdfunding Page.

You can see the crowdfunding campaign on Kickstarter here and wishlist/follow on Steam.

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