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Humble Store has just put up their Spring Sale and with it you can get Age of Wonders III free for a limit time, so act fast.

There's absolutely masses on sale, with multiple publishers also joining in. You can find some top deals on some of my favourites going like:

Those are just a few quick random picks of games I enjoy and I know work well on Linux.

Check out the free game here and the full sale here. Plenty of Linux games available for super cheap and using our affiliate links supports us too! The sale is live until May 23rd at 5PM UTC, the free game offer ends May 11th.

If you do pick up something good or want me to highlight a particularly good deal for everyone, do leave a comment.

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Patola 10 May, 2019
Avehicle7887Years ago I made the mistake of buying AoW 3 because I liked the gameplay, little I knew that they weren't going to release the Linux version of GOG when they developed it. Fast forward to present day, Triumph has probably all but forgotten about GOG Linux users (and Mac for the matter). They're even a part of Paradox now and nothing has been done. If they don't care then I won't either and I'll do that by not buying their games regardless of how good they may be.
Not to mention that their attitude towards porting their latest title, Planetfall, to Linux has been either dismissal or denial of information. This alone made me stop playing AoW3.

Last edited by Patola on 10 May 2019 at 2:26 pm UTC
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