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Steam has a huge indie game sale for The Indie MEGABOOTH live now

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The Indie MEGABOOTH, a team that have supported indie game developers for a long time through events are now running a huge sale on indie games on Steam and there's some awesome stuff.

Sadly, this is in part to help their winding-down efforts as announced back in April, due to the Coronavirus cancelling pretty much all public events. However, once it's all over they will hopefully return. With the "The Indie MEGABOOTH Going Away (for now) Sale" on Steam, developers will be able to give back to the IMB team on a "pay what you want" revenue share. Any money donated to them will help during their hibernation to keep them from vanishing completely.

As a fair amount of indie game developers support Linux, there's some really good games included for us too. You can find some gems like:

Plus a ton more!

The full sale can be seen here on Steam.

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Koopacabras 5 May, 2020
bought Figment, liked the artstyle looks really original.
Purple Library Guy 5 May, 2020
I have Tiny Bubbles. It's fun in a relaxed way, a good game to take a little break with, and the bubbles are really quite pretty and their movement and merging really feels like when you're looking at real bubbles.
It is worth going to the Steam page - there is quite a list of Linux games.

That flying game Fugl is also in the list. I might pick it up even though it breaks my "no early-access" rule.

(Oh, and anyone who likes Metroidvania games should buy Sundered.)
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