Organized by Johan Gjestland, one of the people behind Fugl, Steam now has its own World Environment Day Sale.

The idea is to obviously highlight World Environment Day, which is celebrated today, the United Nation's official day to help raise some awareness about protecting the environment.

Featured deals include some fun Linux games like:

That's just a few of what to expect, you can check out the full list of deals here, the sale runs until Friday at 11PM UTC.

Seems like some games (not entirely clear if all of them are doing this) will also be giving money to various nature charities which is pretty sweet.

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sub 5 Jun, 2019
"World Environment Day Sale"

Interested in how much negative effect the whole Steam infrastructure plus the local machines running games have on the environment.
Eike 5 Jun, 2019
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Quoting: sub"World Environment Day Sale"

Interested in how much negative effect the whole Steam infrastructure plus the local machines running games have on the environment.

Steam itself, less than people driving to markets to buy boxes, made of wood, containing discs coated with some silver-indium-antimony-tellurium, driven through the world beforehand, ..., I would guess.


Last edited by Eike on 5 June 2019 at 11:51 am UTC
Nanobang 5 Jun, 2019
A lot of these prices are as low, or the lowest, they've ever been. I finally added Aer, Everything, and Never Alone to my library---I'll skip all the jokes about how "Everything's on sale, so I bought everything," etc., etc., ad absurdum.
Creak 5 Jun, 2019
@Valve: less sales, more updates, please?


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sub 5 Jun, 2019
Btw, TIS-100 is on sale for -75%

Get it!!!
Maath 5 Jun, 2019
Quoting: Creak@Valve: less sales, more updates, please?

I don't think those two things are mutually exclusive.
Eike 5 Jun, 2019
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Quoting: subBtw, TIS-100 is on sale for -75%

Get it!!!

To be honest, even as somebody liking programming puzzle games, I cannot recommend it blindly.
It's a special one. Sure do give it a look, but do so before buying. :)
Rooster 5 Jun, 2019
Quoting: Eike
Quoting: subBtw, TIS-100 is on sale for -75%

Get it!!!

To be honest, even as somebody liking programming puzzle games, I cannot recommend it blindly.
It's a special one. Sure do give it a look, but do so before buying. :)

Which programming puzzle games would you recommend?
Eike 5 Jun, 2019
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Quoting: RoosterWhich programming puzzle games would you recommend?

If it's your first
  Human Ressource Machine,
if you already played Human Ressource Machine and Seven Billions Humans,
  if you like it hardcore
    take a look at TIS-100
  otherwise
    take a look at the other games of Zachtronics.


PS: For an even more cute and easy entry, Algo Bot is neat.


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sub 5 Jun, 2019
Quoting: Eike
Quoting: subBtw, TIS-100 is on sale for -75%

Get it!!!

To be honest, even as somebody liking programming puzzle games, I cannot recommend it blindly.
It's a special one. Sure do give it a look, but do so before buying. :)

It's 1,75 € currently and you can get a refund on Steam if it's not your cup of tea.
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