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GOG has a big Indie Festival Sale on

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Stock up on some fantastic indie games, as GOG have launched their Indie Festival which is live now until September 25th, 10 PM UTC. While there's been numerous big releases over the last year, don't forget about all the really great indie games that often do things the bigger lot won't.

Some of the big discounts going include (all of these have Native Linux support):

As Far As The Eye - 75% off

Brigador: Up-Armored Deluxe - 69% off

Death Road to Canada - 74% off

Firewatch - 75% off

Hand of Fate - 80% off

Hand of Fate 2 - 80% off

Into the Breach - 50% off

Serial Cleaner - 80% off

The Coma: Recut Deluxe Edition - 80% off

The Pedestrian - 60% off

Thimbleweed Park - 75% off

VirtuaVerse - 80% off

The full sale can be found here.

If you need help installing GOG games on Linux I can easily recommend the Heroic Games Launcher.

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Lib-Inst Sep 14, 2023
cool. anyone played firewatch? how is it?
soulsource Sep 14, 2023
Quoting: Installcool. anyone played firewatch? how is it?
I can't say much about the game itself, because I didn't get very far. I feel like I need to post this warning though: If you are sensitive to motion sickness, Firewatch might not be the right game for you. I had to stop playing, because I kept getting nausea from it.
Salvatos Sep 14, 2023
Quoting: Installcool. anyone played firewatch? how is it?
Been a while, but it felt a bit too slow and contemplative for my taste. Like walking from one place to the next so the story would continue, but not really doing anything to influence it. Not really my cup of tea but beautiful and well made for what it is. I still played it to the end (and I don’t remember much of anything regarding the actual story so I won’t comment on that).
junibegood Sep 15, 2023
Quoting: SalvatosBeen a while, but it felt a bit too slow and contemplative for my taste. Like walking from one place to the next so the story would continue, but not really doing anything to influence it. Not really my cup of tea but beautiful and well made for what it is. I still played it to the end (and I don’t remember much of anything regarding the actual story so I won’t comment on that).

I would describe it the same way, with the exception that I enjoyed the fact that it is a walking simulator.
It's not unforgettable, but it's good if that genre is your thing.
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