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Ready to fill your Steam Library full of awesome games once again or perhaps try out a demo or two? You might want to pull up a seat to the digital table then, as the Steam Digital Tabletop Fest is now live. This special event features nearly 40 hours of livestreams, virtual let's plays, panels, talks and so much more. 

The idea, done in partnership with Auroch Digital is to show off games that "explore the fusion between physical and digital games".

For this event, they even made a trailer which is pretty unusual and goes to show how much Valve has changed over the years as they continue working with more developers on events like this. This is actually one of the biggest events I believe they've ever done.

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If you're interested in the sales, here's a few that support Linux and their discount:

See the full event page here.

The Steam Digital Tabletop Fest runs right through until Monday, October 26. Do let us know in the comments what you pick up and what you think after playing it a bit. Give over your recommendations to fellow readers.

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pageround Oct 21, 2020
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I played Galaxy Trucker on Android and I am psyched to play through it again on PC (via proton).
g000h Oct 22, 2020
Good price for One Deck Dungeon. Also, Dicey Dungeons is at 50% discount in the sale, which must be close to its lowest deal since release. I'm a fan of both those games and own them already.
ElectricPrism Oct 22, 2020
Still waiting on Civ 6 Complete Edition to be a thing. It's just pointless to own several copies of 5 and 6 and need another one to "finish" my collection only to have more DLC come out later. (But then it's not like it's on my daily list -- more on my "to play/LAN list")

Last edited by ElectricPrism on 22 October 2020 at 6:42 am UTC
Phlebiac Oct 23, 2020
Quoting: ElectricPrismStill waiting on Civ 6 Complete Edition to be a thing.

Considering they are still putting out content for their season pass (or whatever they call it), it could be a while.
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