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Prefer GOG to grab your games from? Good news on that front as Beyond a Steel Sky, the sequel to the cult classic Beneath a Steel Sky is now available on GOG and a Linux build recently went up too.

"You are Robert Foster. A child has been abducted in a brutal attack. You have vowed to bring him home. The trail has led you to Union City, one of the last remaining mega-cities in a world ravaged by shattering wars, and political meltdown. Union City is a utopia, its people loving life under the control of an altruistic AI: ever-attentive androids, designer living, piazzas and bars. What’s not to love? But this City has a dark underbelly..."

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See also: some previous thoughts on it.

Now you can buy it on GOG.com in addition to Steam.

As a reminder you can play the original for free if you wish to get up to speed and it's a true classic you definitely should go and play. Play it easily thanks to ScummVM.

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6 comments

Eike 25 Mar
I thoroughly enjoyed it although I never played the first one. I guess it's even better when meeting some people again after a quarter of a century... :)
beko 25 Mar
Quoting: EikeI thoroughly enjoyed it although I never played the first one. I guess it's even better when meeting some people again after a quarter of a century... :)
tbf I wouldn't remember. I mean I did play it and I enjoyed it but that's all I can say today.
Eike 25 Mar
Quoting: beko
Quoting: EikeI thoroughly enjoyed it although I never played the first one. I guess it's even better when meeting some people again after a quarter of a century... :)
tbf I wouldn't remember. I mean I did play it and I enjoyed it but that's all I can say today.

It would be similar for me. It's been a long time. But I think it would still be great to revisit the world.
Shmerl 25 Mar
Nice, I just got there.
Ivancillo 26 Mar
Good to see it DRM free.
Interesting and it's currently on sale for 40% Off.
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