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It appears that Linux Tycoon, "the world's premier 'Linux Distribution Building Simulation Game'," will be gaining online play soon, and (more importantly) is officially headed for Android (and iOS).

In a blog post earlier today, Lunduke announced both of these exciting developments, and explained just how the game's new online capabilities will work: the mind behind "the nerdiest MMO ever conceived" will be releasing Linux Tycoon Server, allowing players to run their own "world" for online play separate from the official server, and also allowing for customization of the play experience including gameplay settings and Package lists.

Players on all platforms will be able to join these "worlds," competing globally against other Linux Distros in real-time. Of course, Linux Tycoon will still offer the option of single-player offline play.

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As an added bonus, those who purchase Linux Tycoon Beta will be given a free copy of the Android version when it hits the market (which is expected to happen in about 2 weeks). For more information, check out the source link below.

Source: Lunduke via Droid Gamers

Liam Spradlin
Liam loves Android, design, user experience, and travel. He doesn't love ill-proportioned letter forms, advertisements made entirely of stock photography, and writing biographical snippets.

  • http://www.AndroidPolice.com Artem Russakovskii

    Artem before the post is live: "@Liam if I don't see the words Uber and Nerdgasm in the title, I'll be upset"

    Artem 5 minutes later when the post is live: RAAAAGE

    • David Ruddock

      I think your request was lost - somewhere in 2008. Hey, there it is, next to that Snorg Tee!

    • Josh C

      You guys are awesome.

    • Hal Motley

      I depressed Artem that you forgot that über has a diaeresis on the ü. Honestly people forget grammar these days and it annoys me!!!! >:-(

      I will most certainly grab this game when it comes to Android, this will go nicely next to my Kairosoft Story games.

      • Ann nonymous

        You mean spelling, not grammar.

        • Hal Motley

          Close enough, methinks.

  • Flatlinebb

    Bought! Installing now.
    *Geek-gasm tears of joy flowing*

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