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It seems every week there's a new deal going on you don't want to miss! Right now Humble Store is offering free copies of Satellite Reign and other stores also have sales on.

The current Humble Monthly will also allow you to unlock the recently released Linux port of RUINER along with Kerbal Space Program.

There's also only four days left to grab the Humble Strategy Bundle, which has Planetary Annihilation: TITANS, Company of Heroes 2 charity DLC, Empire: Total War Collection, Tooth and Tail and money off Total War: WARHAMMER.

Meanwhile, on Steam, they've also just announced a big "VR Spring Sale", although there's tons of titles that aren't VR also on sale. Here's a few choice picks:

For those who do have a Vive on Linux, there's:

From what I understand, those should be okay for VR users on Linux. There's more that have VR support and a Linux version, but those are titles from Croteam that I know should work in VR for Linux too. Difficult to suggest any more, when a Vive is out of my price range to test and report on.

GOG is also still doing their sale, you can see some suggested titles from BTRE in his previous article. All his picks are good and still on sale!

As usual, if you find a tasty deal you don't want others to miss out on, the comments are open!

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tmtvl 19 Apr, 2018
Oh man, Sat Reign is so good. Needs a relatively beefy computer, though, but still. Definitely worth your time.
Liam Dawe 19 Apr, 2018
Fixed the Rise store link, woops.
Colombo 19 Apr, 2018
Really? I would say that it is not so good. It has a good potential, but the potential was not utilized sufficiently.
Eike 19 Apr, 2018
So many free games lately. You could play quite some without ever buying one.
Liam Dawe 19 Apr, 2018
Quoting: EikeSo many free games lately. You could play quite some without ever buying one.
You know why they do it though, simply to bring you back to the store and possibly by something :P
Eike 19 Apr, 2018
Quoting: liamdawe
Quoting: EikeSo many free games lately. You could play quite some without ever buying one.
You know why they do it though, simply to bring you back to the store and possibly by something :P

Man. I thought they were just good people. You broke my dreams... :(
Cestus 19 Apr, 2018
thanks for pointing out the free game!
Tiedemann 20 Apr, 2018
A total of $387 in Linux support.
Expensive weekend, sale or not :P

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Salt and Sanctuary
Hand Of Fate
Hand of Fate - First Expansion
Hand Of Fate - Original Soundtrack
Hand of Fate 2
Hand of Fate 2 Soundtrack
Shadow Tactics: Blades of the Shogun
Turmoil
Turmoil - The Heat Is On
Rise of the Tomb Raider: 20 Year Celebration
RUINER
Super Lovely Planet
Ion Maiden
For The King
Northgard
Cities: Skylines - Parklife Plus
Surviving Mars
Surviving Mars: Season Pass
Surviving Mars: Stellaris Dome Set
Surviving Mars: Deluxe Edition Upgrade Pack
Final Directive
Rust
Farm Together
Nantucket
Flash Point: Fire Rescue
Mariko: Hot Nightlife
What is love?
Yuko: tragic love story
Cheerleader: reverse side of life
Comandante Ñoñardo 20 Apr, 2018
Rise of The Tomb Rider being on sale in the same day of the release of the Linux version, is not crazy, Liam...
I presume this was the real reason behind the delay of the Linux version of ROTTR...

I guess Feral already knew beforehand about this Steam "VR Spring Sale" and decided to do the things commercially right: A release with a launch sale... It worked for me, at least.

I'm gonna buy Talos Principle Gold too, for gift (about 6.65 U$D)
Corben 20 Apr, 2018
Quoting: Comandante ÑoñardoRise of The Tomb Rider being on sale in the same day of the release of the Linux version, is not crazy, Liam...
I presume this was the real reason behind the delay of the Linux version of ROTTR...

I guess Feral already knew beforehand about this Steam "VR Spring Sale" and decided to do the things commercially right: A release with a launch sale... It worked for me, at least.
Same here... meh, I had the intention to buy it form the feral store, if there wasn't the Steam VR sale... now I've spent the saved money for more games on sale. So the same amount of money left my pocket (even a bit more), but I got more games for my pile of honor :)

I kinda have a guilty conscience breaking my intention to extra support Feral. On the other hand, I think Feral gets also paid on per contract base, and now other game devs got money from me which they wouldn't have gotten otherwise. Well, I'm still going to hell I guess :D
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