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Good Company, a very stylish looking tycoon sim will support Linux

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Good Company, a business management tycoon sim is a recent discovery and it will be coming to Linux. It looks stylish too, so hopefully it will be good.

First, check out the trailer to get an idea of what it will be like:

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When asked about Linux support, they told us this:

We are working on it to bring also a Linux version, @unity3d great tools for that. But as we also work with an additional backend, we can't promise a simultaneously Linux launch yet.

Their openness on it is refreshing, it's planned but they're not promising a same-day release. We've also offered a hand at testing, so hopefully we can ensure a good release. 

It's going to offer a single-player campaign and sandbox mode, along with online multiplayer to play with or against others. You will be tasked with researching new tech, designing the products and dealing with staffing. It sounds like there might be a good amount of depth to it, with you dealing with the stock market, managing relationships with contractors and other companies and so on.

It's due for release sometime in Q2 2019. You can wishlist and follow on Steam.

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Caenth 15 December 2018 at 12:14 pm UTC
I talked to one of the developer at Gamescom for a short time. The game's art style actually stood out from the rest of the entire indie hall.

We weren't able to play, all he did was looping a trailer. The same one above actually.

He was very kind and we had a nice small chat. He also had realistic expectations. He told me they were going to release through Early Access and did not give me any ETA on when that would start. They don't have any choice since they are just a small and new developer.

Keeping this game on my radar for sure.
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