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Humble Store are giving away Tacoma during their Indie Mega Week sale

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Humble Store has another free game from you to grab with Tacoma, along with their Indie Mega Week sale now live.

I enjoyed my Tacoma play-through, done in a single sitting and I think it's worth grabbing and actually playing. You can see my previous thoughts here. You can grab your free copy here, which requires subbing to their newsletter.

As for the Indie Mega Week sale, there's actually quite a number of seriously good Linux games so here's a few picks:

There's obviously more on offer and DLC for multiple games, well worth taking a look if you're after a new game.

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morbius 21 Mar, 2019
Tacoma is quite decent. Not much to do in the game, but the story and setting are good.
mihaib 21 Mar, 2019
Limbo not mentioned?
Para-Gliding 21 Mar, 2019
I finished the game but still hesitate to buy XCOM 2: War of the Chosen. I find it too expensive for a dlc even with this offer 20€ for a dlc (same price as the game :( )
Liam Dawe 21 Mar, 2019
Quoting: rat2000Limbo not mentioned?
Same answer as always when I don't mention a specific game: I just list a good few interesting personal picks, the aim is not to show the entire thing, as often they would just end up as an article with a long boring list.
Linuxpunk 21 Mar, 2019
Thanks for the heads up, got mine.

Don't know when I'll have time to play it. Ruiner, Surviving Mars, Stellaris, X4:F and Objects in Space are on my list before this one.
thewho 22 Mar, 2019
Quoting: liamdawe
Quoting: rat2000Limbo not mentioned?
Same answer as always when I don't mention a specific game: I just list a good few interesting personal picks, the aim is not to show the entire thing, as often they would just end up as an article with a long boring list.

I'm here for the "long boring lists" :)
Liam Dawe 22 Mar, 2019
Quoting: thewho
Quoting: liamdawe
Quoting: rat2000Limbo not mentioned?
Same answer as always when I don't mention a specific game: I just list a good few interesting personal picks, the aim is not to show the entire thing, as often they would just end up as an article with a long boring list.

I'm here for the "long boring lists" :)
You will enjoy this page then https://www.gamingonlinux.com/sales/ ;)
Tuxee 22 Mar, 2019
I highly recommend INSIDE - works flawlessly with Proton and just as a good game as Limbo.
marcus 22 Mar, 2019
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Tacoma does sadly not come with a steam key.
Mar2ck 23 Mar, 2019
Quoting: marcusTacoma does sadly not come with a steam key.
It instead comes DRM-Free which is arguably even better.
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