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Another weekly look at some good Linux gaming deals going on right now

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Another time to check out some crazy deals on Linux games. A little later than usual, but here we are!

Steam
- Serious Sam HD: The First Encounter, 90% off (gives you access to Fusion)
- Serious Sam HD: The Second Encounter, 90% off (gives you access to Fusion)
- PAYDAY 2, 75% off
- The Talos Principle, 75% off
- Paranautical Activity: Deluxe Atonement Edition, 75% off
- Golf With Your Friends, 35% off
- Vanguard Princess, 65% off
- Chroma Squad, 50% off

You can see everything on sale for Linux & SteamOS on Steam at this link.

GOG
- Big Pharma, 75% off
- Broforce, 75% off
- FTL: Advanced Edition, 75% off
- Mount & Blade: Warband, 67% off
- Sunless Sea, 67% off
- SOMA, 67% off

Find all Linux games available on GOG that are on sale at this link.

itch.io
- Steam Marines, 75% off

Also see all Linux games on sale on itch.io right here.

Feral Interactive also have Company of Heroes 2 on sale on their store.

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mariuz 6 Apr, 2017
Other Linux games in this weekly sale list

https://www.gog.com/promo/20170403_weekly_sale_pc_gamer_picks


Last edited by mariuz on 6 April 2017 at 4:03 pm UTC
Keyrock 6 Apr, 2017
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Quoting: Geppeto35About Serious sam, why steam doesn't mention it works for linux? Does it ?
As mentioned in other posts, they give you access to Fusion. Fusion is the only engine that supports Linux for the First and Second Encounter games.
Will it count as a Linux sale?
People need to not put so much thought into that, people get bogged down with it. This doesn't matter unless it's an external port, which Serious Sam is not.
Well, I'd say that it's about more than where the money goes. To me, it's also about showing that the Linux audience is indeed there.
Of course, which is always shown on Steam statistics, this only ever matter for external porters getting paid.

I know for a fact developers can see Linux sales even without a Linux version. I've been told this by several developers now.
Thanks, that's a burden off my mind.
Quoting: Geppeto35About Serious sam, why steam doesn't mention it works for linux? Does it ?
While games are still in beta, they don't usually show the Linux icon on Steam. Also, Croteam is doing a slightly different thing where the new Fusion versions will show up as separate games from the old HD versions (although you will own both). Until the dust settles and everything is officially released, don't expect Steam to show anything very sensible.

(edit for spelling)


Last edited by no_information_here on 6 April 2017 at 5:48 pm UTC
stan 6 Apr, 2017
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Friendly reminder that Payday 2 doesn’t have sound without pulseaudio.
g000h 7 Apr, 2017
This is a pretty good game (I've played a number of hours of it myself). Turn-based isometric, fantasy strategy game:

Chaos Reborn on GOG 66% off £2.39


Last edited by g000h on 7 April 2017 at 10:56 am UTC
calfret 7 Apr, 2017
Just bought a game that looks like it might be pretty cool. Satellite Reign. Gonna give it a try later. Got it from GOG.
DoctorJunglist 7 Apr, 2017
Why not just directly buy Serious Sam Fusion, which already has 1st and 2nd encounter included, and there will be more content. It also has a Linux version, so you will definitely be registered as a Linux purchase. It's on sale as well, costing 1.5 euro.

http://store.steampowered.com/app/564310/


Last edited by DoctorJunglist on 7 April 2017 at 4:59 pm UTC
Liam Dawe 7 Apr, 2017
Quoting: DoctorJunglistWhy not just directly buy Serious Sam Fusion, which already has 1st and 2nd encounter included, and there will be more content. It also has a Linux version, so you will definitely be registered as a Linux purchase. It's on sale as well, costing 1.5 euro.

http://store.steampowered.com/app/564310/
Well, no. The first one is just Serious Sam HD The First Encounter. You have to buy them all to get them in Fusion. That's what the "Packages that include this game" is about.
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