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Computer, Open That Door! Kill off your ships crew on Linux

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Computer, Open That Door! This is a very interesting game about being a self-aware AI. You're not friendly about this either, you wish to live, so your task is to kill off the crew.

This is one game that I hope to see continued, as the basis of it is really quite awesome. The execution is a bit iffy at times, and sometimes I just can't get anything to work which is probably an issue with my timing of clicks or something, but I absolutely love the whole idea of this game. If it was expanded with a proper tutorial, more ships and more stuff to do I could see myself buying a copy.

Check out Computer, Open That Door! on Itch.io, it's free too. Article taken from GamingOnLinux.com.
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MurderousMincePie 1 Jan, 2016
Very fun to play actually, the art style reminds me a bit of Another World. I would say that I wish it was open-source since it looks like it would be fun to tinker with but it seems like they are going to be developing it further (presumabley as a full game) according to the game's website.
Tchey 2 Jan, 2016
I love the concept. I'm not so sure about the "game" itself, but i hope they will make it bigger !
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