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GOG has a 'Cozy Autumn Sale' along with 'Czech and Slovak Games Week'

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GOG are back again with some more big themed deals, this time around they're doing a Cozy Autumn Sale along with a Czech and Slovak Games Week.

Some fresh picks from the cozy sale:

From the Czech and Slovak sale:

Those are all Native Linux games.

However, if you also use Wine to play Windows builds with perhaps an app like Bottles or Heroic Games Launcher there's plenty of great deals to be found like:

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RTheren 14 Nov
Time to check out what my bretherens cooked up.
denyasis 14 Nov
Can totally recommend a short hike. Very cute game. It's also playable by younger kids, which is nice too.
muzzol 15 Nov
I think all games from Amanita are linux native: Samorost, Machinarium...
denyasis 15 Nov
Quoting: muzzolI think all games from Amanita are linux native: Samorost, Machinarium...

I know Machinarium is "native", but last time I tried it, it didn't work. I think it's Flash. Works fine in proton though.
whizse 15 Nov
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Quoting: muzzolI think all games from Amanita are linux native: Samorost, Machinarium...
I'm not sure if the old builds are still available somewhere but at least Samorost 2 got an update a couple of years ago and isn't native any longer.
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