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Bee management game Hive Time gets a sweet update

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Hive Time from developer Cheeseness is a mixture of hive-building and bee management and it recently had a rather sweet update for World Bee Day. Disclosure: Cheese is a contributor of GamingOnLinux.

Never seen it before? Bee sure to check the trailer first to get an idea of what to expect:

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Got it? Bees, lots of them and you need to look after them.

As for what's new? Plenty! There's an additional 24 bee facts, a bunch of new chat-commands for people livestreaming the game for interactions with viewers which is a really cool feature like "!sleep", that allows watchers to send their little friend off for a nap while they're away. There's also some new visual effects and animations, a bunch of the bee facts have better pictures, lots of bug fixes, a game engine upgrade and more.

I had a lot of fun playing through Hive Time previously, so do check it out.

You can pick up a copy from where it's pay what you want.

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Purple Library Guy May 24, 2022
Bug fixes, huh?

Last edited by Purple Library Guy on 24 May 2022 at 5:08 pm UTC
Philadelphus May 24, 2022
Quoting: Purple Library GuyBug fixes, huh?
Yeah, gotta keep all those Hemiptera away from our Hymenoptera!
Cheeseness May 25, 2022
Quoting: PhiladelphusYeah, gotta keep all those Hemiptera away from our Hymenoptera!
They are known to be a little unstable.
Philadelphus May 25, 2022
Aww, who could say no to that happy face?
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