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Well, that was a bit of a surprise. Valve has once again put up a Lunar New Year Sale, even though they previously announced they wouldn't be doing one. Although, Valve don't always stick to what they say, like last year they did a specific Chinese New Year Sale. 

Anyway, that means you can once again get some easy discounts, if you need to fill up your library. Lucky you!

Browsing through here's a few fun suggestions for you:

My Time at Portia (Deck Playable / ProtonDB Platinum) - 80% off
"Start a new life in the enchanting town of Portia! Restore your Pa's neglected workshop to its former glory by fulfilling commissions, growing crops, raising animals, and befriending the quirky inhabitants of this charming post-apocalyptic land!"

Control Ultimate Edition (Deck Verified / ProtonDB Platinum) - 75% off
"A corruptive presence has invaded the Federal Bureau of Control…Only you have the power to stop it. The world is now your weapon in an epic fight to annihilate an ominous enemy through deep and unpredictable environments. Containment has failed, humanity is at stake. Will you regain control?"

Pronty (Deck Verified) - 66% off
"Guide Pronty and its Javelin partner Bront as it defends the once great city of Royla. Explore the deep sea, fight mutant sea creatures, and discover the secrets behind this new Atlantis in this beautiful action-packed adventure."

Potion Craft: Alchemist Simulator (Deck Verified / ProtonDB Gold) - 55% off
"Potion Craft is an alchemist simulator where you physically interact with your tools and ingredients to brew potions. You're in full control of the whole shop: invent new recipes, attract customers and experiment to your heart's content. Just remember: the whole town is counting on you."

Dome Keeper (Deck Verified / Native Linux) - 51% off
"Defend against waves of alien attackers in this innovative roguelike survival miner. Dig for resources and choose from powerful upgrade paths. Is there enough time to mine a little deeper and get back to defend before the monsters attack your dome?"

DEATH STRANDING DIRECTOR'S CUT (Deck Verified / ProtonDB Gold) - 50% off
"In the future, a mysterious event known as the Death Stranding has opened a doorway between the living and the dead, leading to grotesque creatures from the afterlife roaming the fallen world marred by a desolate society."

You can also claim a free daily reward like a sticker each day.

Check out the Lunar New Year Sale 2024 on Steam. It runs until February 15th.

Are you picking anything up? Let me know in the comments if you think something is a particularly good deal.

Article taken from GamingOnLinux.com.
Tags: Misc, On Sale, Steam, Valve
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Pengling Feb 7
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Oh, nice surprise! And cute artwork for it, too.

Unfortunately, only one game on my wishlist is in this sale, and it's not discounted by very much, so I won't be picking anything up!
None of my wishlisted games is discounted, but Death Stranding at that price could be a nice grab.

PS: I got The Case of the Golden Idol this morning after hearing really good things about it, but had the discount prior the sale I believe.


Last edited by Arehandoro on 7 February 2024 at 2:57 pm UTC
The two Chinese games that I want most are of course not on sale (even though other games in those series are). Xuan-Yuan Sword VII and Sword and Fairy 6. D:
whizse Feb 7
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Quoting: ArehandoroPS: I got The Case of the Golden Idol this morning after hearing really good things about it, but had the discount prior the sale I believe.
Thanks for the suggestion! This is right up my alley. Demo available too!
Quoting: Linux_RocksThe two Chinese games that I want most are of course not on sale (even though other games in those series are). Xuan-Yuan Sword VII and Sword and Fairy 6. D:
Oh, and I highly recommend Sword and Fairy 7 to everyone. It's a great game, and incredibly gorgeous as well. The ray tracing on the jade floors is beautiful. Digital Foundry did a great video on it, and that's what introduced me to the series. The DLC is worth it too.


Last edited by Linux_Rocks on 7 February 2024 at 10:16 pm UTC
Quoting: Linux_Rocks
Quoting: Linux_RocksThe two Chinese games that I want most are of course not on sale (even though other games in those series are). Xuan-Yuan Sword VII and Sword and Fairy 6. D:
Oh, and I highly recommend Sword and Fairy 7 to everyone. It's a great game, and incredibly gorgeous as well. The ray tracing on the jade floors is beautiful. Digital Foundry did a great video on it, and that's what introduced me to the series. The DLC is worth it too.

Is it enjoyable as a standalone experience or do you need to know the previous ones?
Quoting: whizse
Quoting: ArehandoroPS: I got The Case of the Golden Idol this morning after hearing really good things about it, but had the discount prior the sale I believe.
Thanks for the suggestion! This is right up my alley. Demo available too!

It was also made with Godot :)
Quoting: Arehandoro
Quoting: Linux_Rocks
Quoting: Linux_RocksThe two Chinese games that I want most are of course not on sale (even though other games in those series are). Xuan-Yuan Sword VII and Sword and Fairy 6. D:
Oh, and I highly recommend Sword and Fairy 7 to everyone. It's a great game, and incredibly gorgeous as well. The ray tracing on the jade floors is beautiful. Digital Foundry did a great video on it, and that's what introduced me to the series. The DLC is worth it too.

Is it enjoyable as a standalone experience or do you need to know the previous ones?
It's a standalone game.
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