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Here we are again to take a look at some awesome deals going on, we might have your next purchase here.

Note: Store names are links to their sales pages to see them all.

There's tons to look over, but as usual I'm going to pick a few I don't want you to miss out on!

First up, have a daily deal going on for Hyper Knights. It has ~6 hours left, so you might want to act fast to get this game with 25% off.

Next up, we have the Humble Gems Bundle 2, which has five Linux games: Cryptark, Pinstripe, Slayaway, Apotheon and  The Count Lucanor. There's about 8 days left on it, so you still have time to decide on this one.

Moving onto the Humble Store, we have some nice deals here too!

Steam has a rather tasty selection too:

GOG have a small retro game sale on right now! Here's some picks: also have a few interesting titles:

What awesome deals have you picked up? Let us know in the comments and share your knowledge and help your fellow Linux gamers.

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nullzero 5 Oct, 2017
It's not exactly a new one but I'm quite found of Heroes of a Broken Land which is 75% on Steam, a party-based turn-based dungeon crawler.
ErwinJunge 5 Oct, 2017
Steam also has the complete Trine Collection at 86% off. Really good platformer series, from a really Linux-friendly developer.
g000h 5 Oct, 2017 has the Artifex Mundi Mega Bundle of Hidden Object Adventure games. They all support Linux and you can grab up to 30 of them, for as little as $1 for 2.

(I did misread this bundle myself, assuming that I could pick up 26 games for $1, but it actually works out as ~ $0.50 per game. You choose the games you want from a big list.)
stretch611 5 Oct, 2017
Humble Store also has a lot more on sale...
Practically everything Kalypso is on sale including the pre-release of Dungeons III is 15% off (I know, pre-release, but dungeons 2 works well on linux, and Kalypso does do a lot of linux games and I think it releases next Friday.) The recently released Sudden Strike 4 is 25% off. Project Highrise (runs on linux, no official support) is 75% off. And tropico 5 is 75% off.
g000h 6 Oct, 2017
Quoting: stretch611Humble Store also has a lot more on sale...

Project Highrise (runs on linux, no official support) is 75% off.

Interesting, good to know about that. There's a few games like that which run on Linux but don't show a SteamOS/Linux icon ( Arma III springs to mind ). And while bringing it up, I get irritated when key-resellers (Humble, BundleStars, etc) report incorrect operating system support on advertised games.

For example, I'm scanning through the games on sale at Humble, there'll be a game which does work on Linux but Humble has incorrectly reported it as not running on Linux, and so I ignore it and move onto the next title (unless I already know about it - 'prior knowledge' - and realise the mistake).


Cool. I just found Project Highrise in my Humblebundle Library. I hadn't activated it because it was a Windows game. Now I know it also has a Linux port, I have activated it and added it to my Steam library. Yeah!

Last edited by g000h on 8 October 2017 at 2:23 am UTC
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