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Here's a chance to get some cool swag with The Darkside Detective teaming up with Huey Games to bring a special Collectors USB Cassette Double-Pack of both games.

Another cool item to stick up on your shelving units, to show off to all your friends right? Never to be touched, just to be seen? Something like that. Anyway, it's cool nerdy stuff to collect! Huey Games have done this a few times now with other games and the latest is The Darkside Detective and The Darkside Detective: A Fumble in the Dark together in one awesome looking pack.

Like previous packs, it's being crowdfunded on Kickstarter and it's a clear hit with it being over-funded. There's a few different levels available depending on how much stuff you want. The basic pack offers a shrink wrapped in a genuine cassette jewel case, with colour printed labels and inlay, just like classic games which contains a special USB Cassette with a DRM-free build of the games for Linux, macOS and Windows.

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Interested? You can see it on Kickstarter and their official website (scroll down).

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Iggi 5 Apr
I'm loving those physical releases! Not as good as a big box release of course, but still very nice for the shelf

Speaking of big boxes: Since IndieBox doesn't exist any more (in it's previous form at least), Fangamer seems to be one of the few companies left to produce physical Linux releases. And boy, those are amazing: Just have a look at the Collector's Editions of Stardew Valley or Undertale!
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