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A Story of a Band management sim comes to Linux

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Fancy managing a band? A Story of a Band will see you do that, just try not to wreck too many hotel rooms. 

It was actually a mobile game first, but it was quite highly rated. Released for Windows on Steam last month, the Linux version was officially added today.

Although, they need to fix their Steam setup, as normal Steam purchases won't actually give you the Linux content, so I've let them know how to fix this. Until then, you might want to hold off. Many developers trip up on this, as it seems Steam's back-end for managing multiple operating systems isn't too simple.

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  • Bribe a critic to get a better score for your album
  • Sign a record deal and get bossed around by your record label
  • Go touring and wreck a hotel room
  • Send your bassist to rehab
  • Kick out a misbehaving singer
  • See who's who by challenging other bands to Battle of the Bands
  • Choose from 18 different genres and 40 subgenres, each one with unique effects on your band
  • Improve your band by learning skills, buying new stuff and training your band members
  • Develop merchandise
  • Go to interviews
  • Found your own record label and start producing albums for other bands

Find it on Steam.

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wvstolzing 20 Jul, 2018
Yes, but does it feature spontaneously combusting drummers?
How about the option to get second billing to a puppet show at a kids' fair?
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