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7 Billion Humans

    7 Billion Humans Free Linux Game full download the easy way in native format. 7 Billion Humans was release on August 23, 2018.

    Genre : simulator, puzzle, programming
    Developer and publishing house : Tomorrow Corporation
    Multiplayer : no
    Architecture : x86, amd64
    Version : 1.0.32487
    License : proprietary
    Interface language : multilingual
    Voice language : English

    About The Game

    7 Billion Humans

    Automate crowds of office workers to solve puzzles inside your own parallelized computer made from humans. An exciting sequel to the award-winning Human Resource Machine. Now there are many times more people!

    Features:

    •  more puzzles, more people, more tense convolutions: more than 60 levels with programming tasks, 77.7777778% more levels than in the previous Human Resource Machine
    •  A new programming language: in the Human Resource Machine, the language was based on assembly and was executed by one workers, and in 7 Billion Humans workers have a completely new language that is simultaneously executed by many workers
    •  you will be taught everything you need to know, even seemingly useless skills can come in handy
    •  soundtrack from Kyle Gabler
    •  a game from the creators of the Human Resource Machine, Little Inferno, and World of Goo

    Screenshots

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    How to Download & Install 7 Billion Humans Linux Game

    1. Click the Download link below and you should already have installed a download client on your system.
    2. Notification will pop and say “that our site wants to open this application”. Click the button to open the client to let the download begin and wait for it to finish.
    3. Once Game 7 Billion Humans for linux is done downloading, Extract (Unzip) “*******.tar.gz” -if you encounter this file- (To do this you must know how extract .tar.gz Files using Linux Command Line here).
    4. Right click the ./start.sh, select “Properties”, go to the “Permissions” tab, mark the file as executable. Then just treat it more or less like one of those Setup.exe’s on Windows. Double-click it to run it.
    5. Have fun and play!
    6. If you like the game please support the developers by buying it…

    For Linux Mint (Ubuntu) install OpenAL, for example in a terminal emulator.
    sudo apt install libopenal1
    For Ubuntu:
    sudo add-apt-repository universe && sudo apt update && sudo apt install libopenal1

    Installation order :
    Make the downloaded file executable and run it.

    Add. Information :
    – Tested on Manjaro 17.1.12, Linux Mint 19.
    – Contains soundtrack (FLAC, MP3 and OGG).

    Linux System Requirements

    Minimum:

    • System: Ubuntu
    • Processor: 2 GHz
    • RAM: 2 GB
    • Video: OpenGL 2.1
    • Installation space: 0.2 GB

    7 Billion Humans Linux Free Download

    File Size: 464.3 MB

    7 Billion Humans v1.0.32487 [GOG][Native]

    7 thoughts on “7 Billion Humans”

    1. Thank you! It runs on Lenovo SL400. Intel core 2 duo. 3GB RAM
      Operating System: Manjaro Linux
      KDE Plasma Version: 5.22.4
      KDE Frameworks Version: 5.84.0
      Qt Version: 5.15.2
      Kernel Version: 5.10.56-1-MANJARO (64-bit)
      Graphics Platform: X11
      Processors: 2 × Intel® Core™2 Duo CPU T6570 @ 2.10GHz
      Memory: 2.9 GiB of RAM
      Graphics Processor: Mesa DRI Mobile Intel® GM45 Express Chipset

    2. The game works fine but the audio is broken. It sounds like heavy interference/saturation and I can barely hear the voices even if I mute the in-game music. I tried to find another torrent but you have the same as Rutracker. Is there a possibility of you finding another option? Thank you and great website nonetheless.

    3. For Linux Mint (Ubuntu) install OpenAL, for example in a terminal emulator.
      sudo apt install libopenal1

      For Ubuntu:
      sudo add-apt-repository universe && sudo apt update && sudo apt install libopenal1

    4. I already had libopenal1 installed, so it is not that. As somebody else said, the prequel works fine so it has to be something else. My distro is Debian not Ubuntu.

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