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It's Friday, which means the weekend is almost ready to crash into our lives once again. Here's a few tips in case you need a new game or two to try out.

First of all, on Steam you can pick up Age of Wonders 3 which supports Linux for free and keep it. The deal lasts until July 15th. Anyone who has Age of Wonders 3, will also then be eligible for 10% off on Age of Wonders: Planetfall’s Premium Edition, although that title will not be supporting Linux (may work in Steam Play).

Additionally, Rocket League, my absolute #1 game is also still free to play until Monday at 5PM UTC and it's 50% off if you decide you want to keep it.

Humble Store have also announced their "Greatest Hits" sale with discounts on a lot of great titles like:

For Steam Play, HITMAN 2 works quite nicely and it's also 60% off.

Humble also have a few bundles which might interest some readers. There's the Humble Book Bundle: Open Source Bookshelf, Humble Learn Game Development Bundle and Humble Book Bundle: Programmable Boards.

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iniudan 12 Jul, 2019
Thank you for the notice. =)
Nezchan 12 Jul, 2019
I've had this for a while, and it's pretty fun. Although granted I've only played up to the desert level.
torham 12 Jul, 2019
On AOW3, not even interested for free unless they remove the DRM from multiplayer. Too bad, the previous games in the series were great.
Eike 12 Jul, 2019
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iniudan 12 Jul, 2019
Quoting: torhamOn AOW3, not even interested for free unless they remove the DRM from multiplayer. Too bad, the previous games in the series were great.

You mean LAN game that require online connection? Cause that the only thing I could find that could be considered DRM about the game, that probably more due to makeshift LAN support (built on regular net code), thus laziness, then actual DRM intend.

Last edited by iniudan on 12 July 2019 at 8:40 pm UTC
Schattenspiegel 12 Jul, 2019
Quoting: EikeIt doesn't seem to start for me...?
there is some troubleshooting for debian in the steam forum - maybe worth a look?
Guerrilla 12 Jul, 2019
Grabbed it and tried it out last night. It sort of reminded me of Elemental: War of Magic/Fallen Enchantress: Legendary Heroes, but hex based.

I didn't find the tutorial to be great, however, and ended up just wanting to play FE again. :P
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