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GOG has some decent Linux titles on sale this weekend

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For those of you who prefer GOG for their commitment to DRM free gaming, they have a good selection of Linux titles on sale this weekend.

Here's some picks of games I think might be worth you taking a look at:

You can see all Linux games currently on sale at GOG here.

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Tags: Game Sale, GOG
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TobiSGD 1 Sep, 2018
Vaporum looks nice, but sadly the combat system is in real-time. Does anybody know of a decent single-player single-character dungeon crawler with turn-based combat?


Last edited by TobiSGD on 1 September 2018 at 4:08 pm UTC
RafiLinux 1 Sep, 2018
Unepic is awesome. I do not like many Metroidvania games but this one had me from beginning to end.
BurekzFinezt 1 Sep, 2018
Quoting: TobiSGDVaporum looks nice, but sadly the combat system is in real-time. Does anybody know of a decent single-player single-character dungeon crawler with turn-based combat?

Dungeon Crawl Stone Soup, Cogmind (no native Linux port, but runs perfectly in steam), Tales of Maj'Eyal.
mao_dze_dun 1 Sep, 2018
I refuse to install the Linux versions of GOG games until they make a Linux version of the Galaxy client. Being able to share saves between a Windows and Linux install of a game is a big advantage of Steam. Not having cloud saves and automatic updates is so 90s.
muntdefems 1 Sep, 2018
Quoting: TobiSGDVaporum looks nice, but sadly the combat system is in real-time. Does anybody know of a decent single-player single-character dungeon crawler with turn-based combat?
Ever since a couple of updates ago Vaporum includes a "freeze time" option, which makes combat almost turn-based-like. Also extremely useful for a couple of time-based puzzles with very narrow error margins.


Last edited by muntdefems on 1 September 2018 at 11:56 pm UTC
mao_dze_dun 2 Sep, 2018
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Quoting: mao_dze_dunI refuse to install the Linux versions of GOG games until they make a Linux version of the Galaxy client. Being able to share saves between a Windows and Linux install of a game is a big advantage of Steam. Not having cloud saves and automatic updates is so 90s.

What will refusing to install them do, if you already bought them? I'm confused as to how that's meant to encourage them to give us the galaxy client

Nothing. I know making statements is kind of the hip thing on Linux, but I'm just stating facts - no auto updates, cloud saves and cross platform save compatibility is a just not something I'm going to put up with. Which is why I play the GOG version of Shadow Tactics: Blades of the Shogun solely on Windows.
TobiSGD 4 Sep, 2018
Thanks for all your suggestions, I think I will give Vaporum a try once I am done with Pillars of Eternity 2.
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