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My friends at GOG sent word that Death Road to Canada, a game about surviving the Zombie apocalypse during your road trip is now available DRM free for Linux on their store.

You can see my previous thoughts on the game here.

For the GOG version, make sure you have these libs installed:
Quotelibsdl2-2.0-0 libsdl2-mixer-2.0-0

The game is also 64bit only.

Find Death Road to Cananda on GOG.

About the game
Death Road to Canada is a Randomly Generated Road Trip Simulator. You control and manage a car full of jerks as they explore cities, recruit weird people, argue with each other, and face gigantic swarms of slow zombies.

Death Road is built for replay value. Everything is randomized: locations, events, survivor appearances and personalities. There's a different story every time you play, set in a world that doesn't take itself too seriously. Article taken from
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Guest 10 Sep, 2016
I have been watching some broadcasts of this, looks a lot of fun ^_^

Last edited by on 10 September 2016 at 11:31 am UTC
Hamish 10 Sep, 2016
No Americans, you should stay home. Don't get your zombies to follow you here. :><:
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