GOG revives the classic game series The Humans

The humans

GOG It is the other great video game store as you may know, that is, Valve's Steam competition. We have already talked a lot about it, and now we do it again to bring good news for all lovers of classic video games. This is The Humans series from 1 to 3, which as you know are for the primitive Amiga systems. In them we must manage our tribe or community to lead it to success.

Well, if it's Amiga games, then why am I talking about them on a Linux blog? The answer is simple, since they can be run from the famous emulator DOSBox, so they can also be used from our GNU / Linux operating system. How can they run on a DOS emulator? We owe that to GOG who has made this possible by porting them for this platform and making them revive decades later.

So you can enjoy The Human I, The Human II and The Human III dating from the 90s, specifically 1992 when the first of them appeared for Amiga systems. Now we can run them and enjoy them from any of the operating systems that have DOS emulators, such as Linux with DOSBox, which we have also talked about on several occasions in this blog.

The package that includes the titles we are talking about is The Human Bundle and you'll find it on this GOG page for download. And enjoy ... Of course don't expect a remastering or scandal graphics, as I say they are classics and are aimed at lovers of this type of title that never seems to go out of style. So thank GOG work for making this possible and wait for the good news about digital entertainment on Linux to continue as it has been.


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