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Start your week off with a new game, here's a few for Linux going cheap

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Another week, another sale of course. Let's have a little look over what's going cheap for Linux gamers across this week.

First up on Steam we have Company of Heroes 2. Although the time to grab it free has ended, they've decided to now give it a big discount for anyone who missed it. You can get it on Steam with 75% off until November 24, plus a bunch of the DLC is also on sale.

GOG are doing a Daedalic Publisher Sale with some awesome titles going cheap like (plus plenty more):

Over on the Humble Store they have an 11 bit Publisher Sale, some nice picks there too:

Invisigun Reloaded is another nice on on sale on the Humble Store and Steam with 50% off. Quite a big fan of that one actually, it really hasn't been given enough attention. With Remote Play Together on Steam, playing it with friends is easier than ever. Well, as easy as everyone being invisible can be anyway.

If you love your strategy games, Fanatical also has some pretty good deals going on Paradox Interactive titles. Plus their rather nice pick and mix bundle is still live for a good chance for a couple cheap titles.

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