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GOG and Steam are both running a Polish celebration sale

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To celebrate Poland's independence, both GOG and Steam are running a special sale with some good Linux games going cheap.

Some top picks for you:

There's plenty more, that's just a few of my picks to get you started.  The sales on Steam end in little over a day, on GOG you have a few days to decide if you want something. You can check out the full list on GOG and Steam.

If you pick up anything good and want to talk about it, do let us know in the comments. Always fun to know what games people are enjoying on Linux.

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x_wing 9 November 2018 at 4:36 am UTC
Adam_eM
QuoteDefinitely there are some games that I will grab, but I'm still unsure to get The Witcher 3. I think I'll wait for the Winter sale for this one.

As far as I tested it through a shared library, it runs without an issue with SteamPlay, so you can give it a spin, definitely.

Yep, I know that works flawlessly now, but I think I still have some resentment with RED for not making the Native version. Either case, I bought the original The Witcher just for show a little of goodwill (and also because it was way too cheap XD)

Wort to mention: Looks like Heliborn developer are Polish and they have a 40% discount. If you like helicopters in a mix of simulation + arcade, this is your game!


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PieOrCake 9 November 2018 at 6:39 am UTC
>observer_ is $14.99 USD on Steam, which converts to $20.69 AUD. GoG has it for $16.99 AUD.

Either GoG is doing better discounts/deals, or the currency conversion site is wrong.
oldrocker99 9 November 2018 at 9:47 pm UTC
Once my desktop gets running (a very long story), I'll install Witcher 3, which I already bought for $19.95. I've wanted to play that sucka for several years, but wasn't about to install Windows, even in a VM, to play it.

Now with SteamPlay, that problem is solved!


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