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Some developers descriptions of their games well and truly crack me up. OmniBus is described as a "next-to-last gen physics game about the most powerful bus in the universe".

Honestly, if I took it at face value from the screenshots I would probably ignore it, but reading the description and seeing this trailer has sold me on it:
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About the game (Official)
OmniBus is next-to-last gen physics game about the most powerful bus in the universe that can’t stop or even slow down for reasons incomprehensible to the simple human mind. OmniBus must complete missions at the behest of citizens as its speed increases to unsafe speeds and without landing on its head or sides. OmniBus drivers will choose from the bizarre mission mode, thrilling trick mode and versus multiplayer mode for up to four players to achieve goals, set high scores, and receive total enlightenment.

If you check it out, let us know what it's like. I have no games budget left until next week so I will have to pass for now.

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bubexel 28 May, 2016
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The best trailer so far xD
emphy 29 May, 2016
Also available on gog
PublicNuisance 29 May, 2016
This seems like it will be either a ball of fun or really bad. I will wait until it is around $5. A demo would entice me to pay more if it were good.
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