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Because We May (Indie Sale)

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2d Boy has rounded up some indie game developers to sell their games at reduced rates between the dates May 24th and June 1st, with the following underlying message for it all.

QuoteWe believe that developers should have the freedom to price their games how they like, without interference from the online stores that sell the games. Why? Because it allows us to promote our games more freely, as we are doing here! We rely on the ability to promote our games for our livelihood and control over pricing is an important tool for this purpose.

In amongst the games on display here are a number of Linux titles to get your greasy mits on.

Direct from Developer

World of Goo -$2.99
Osmos -$2.99
Scoregasm -$2.99
Multiwinia -$5.00
Defcon $5.00
Darwinia $5.00
Cogs $3.99
And yet It Moves -$.299
Anomaly Warzone Earth -$3.99
Dino Run SE -$1.00
Lugaroo HD -$3.99
Frozen Synapse -$12.49
Telepath Rpg Servants of God -$14.95
Cortex Command -$9.00
Deadly 30 -$2.99
Cardinal Quest -$2.00
Spirited Heart -$9.99
Spirited Heart Girls Love -$9.99
Super Office Stress-$99.99 (no this is not a mistake it has been raised!)
Shepherd Slaughter -$3.00
Defender Quest Valley of the forgotten -$2.99
More are constantly being added - check the website for an up to date list - liam

Available Elsewhere (Desura etc)

Beans quest -$1.99
Helena the 3rd -$2.99
Three Dead Zed -$2.50

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Bumadar May 25, 2012
I got scared looking at the list in their page and they added some more also.

very interesting they doing this, its almost like (yet) another new store, except depending on the game you end up at different stores, from humblestore to developers own stores. Shame Avadon not linking the linux version at Gamolith... odd ?
MyGameCompany May 25, 2012
I submitted 2 of my games, and they've been approved. They should show up on the web site soon!

You can get these for $5 each (50% off):
[URL='']Dirk Dashing: Secret Agent![/URL]
[URL='']The Adventures of Rick Rocket[/URL]

Also, Dirk Dashing 2 v0.9.1 will be out tomorrow - it will have a brand new demo, with some new content and lots of enhancements!
Bumadar May 25, 2012
Good luck with the sales :)
dimko May 25, 2012
Anomaly Warzone IS TOTALLY EYE-CANDY. Haven't seen anything more beautiful on Linux sine Oil Rush. And there is some shooting action involved too!(unless i can get to see someone becoming paint on the walls - not interested)
Got myself a few games.
Some of them for pure support. Think to get some more.
Careful with deadly 30, don't make mistake I did, there is only 32bit Linux application, the one that says nothing - is for windows...
Hamish May 26, 2012

Super Office Stress: $3.0 $99.99

Surely you jest? :confused:
MyGameCompany May 26, 2012
Heh! Because they may, I guess...
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