2020-06-06 Bundle for Racial Justice and Equality

Today, I bought the Bundle for Racial Justice and Equality with over 700 games and I have no idea about how to start exploring this. I’m actually expecting that I can’t play most of them as I don’t run Steam on this GNU/Linux box.

Any recommendations?

I tried Guppy and DreamingSarah. Guppy had an Ubuntu version, which didn’t run on my system because it couldn’t find libz. I installed wine and tried to run the Windows versions of both but they wouldn’t run and wine told me to install win32 which I can’t find – and I’m on an amd64 architecture. When I try to install the Debian package (even though I’m not on Debian) it tells me: “package architecture (i386) does not match system (amd64)” – and I cannot find an amd64 package, which makes sense, since 32 is in the name, I guess. All of this makes me very tired.

Next I tried Autumn which had a proper Debian package but it was made for an old version of LöVE and wouldn’t start because of some Lua errors.

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Just going off of the ones I know, Quadrilateral Cowboy sounds like it would be right up your alley. It’s a first person puzzler about writing programs in order to hack and bypass security systems. Very fun, but also fairly short. Definitely one that leaves you wanting more.

Malcolm 2020-06-06 22:49 UTC


Thank you for the recommendation!

– Alex Schroeder 2020-06-06 22:54 UTC


@JordiGH mentioned other famous games: Micro Mages, Celeste, Night in the Woods, Long Gone Days, 2064, Minit, Oxenfree, Bleed 1 + 2, Nuclear Throne.

– Alex Schroeder 2020-06-10 14:38 UTC


Found this nice Linux focused summary on Gemini.

– Alex Schroeder 2020-06-11 15:32 UTC


@darius has some recommendations on fedi.

– Alex Schroeder 2020-06-13 20:24 UTC


Quick impressions - Bundle for Racial Justice with dozens of capsule reviews.

– Alex Schroeder 2020-06-29 08:54 UTC


@splitbrain has reviews: part 1, part 2

– Alex Schroeder 2020-06-29 19:14 UTC


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