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There's some ridiculously good Linux games on sale at the moment

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It's Wednesday, it's time to take a look at what's on sale for Linux gamers right now. There's a lot of choice this time!

First up, we have the Paradox "Weekend" Sale which is running from May 16th - 22nd, which is likely running due to their PDXCON 2018. There's tons of good stuff there like Cities: Skylines at 75% off, Stellaris with 60% off, Tyranny has 66% off and many more great Linux games.

The Humble Spring Sale is still going strong and they recently added some more titles on sale, here's another few choice picks (different picks to the last time):

There's also the The Humble War Gamez Bundle with Mercenary Kings: Reloaded Edition, Insurgency and Day of Infamy Deluxe Edition. On top of that, they also recently put up The Humble Hooked on Multiplayer 2018 Bundle with Tumblestone, Besiege, Hover and Rocket League.

Meanwhile, over on GOG they have a weekly sale going on where they also have a few sweet Linux games like:

Not to be missed, is the Fanatical "May Madness" sale as well and if you use the code "MAY10" you get an extra 10% off. You can find Linux-specific titles on Fanatical here.

Finally, is running a pretty sweet deal on Space Tyrant which lasts for another ~7 hours with 50% off.

Hopefully all these sales will give you plenty for the weekend and beyond. As usual, do share your favourite deal running right now in the comments to help your fellow Linux gamer.

Usual reminder to always keep an eye on our dedicated Sales Page.

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Geppeto35 16 May, 2018
Wonderboy from lizardcube should be at 10€ on steam in few hours!

source: a french video game site
TheRiddick 16 May, 2018
I was hyped for SPAZ2 but it seems feedback says its not that great, hmmmmm....
Cyril 16 May, 2018
Quoting: Geppeto35Wonderboy from lizardcube should be at 10€ on steam in few hours!

source: a french video game site

And on GOG too!
g000h 16 May, 2018
Already bought a number of titles, but still debating purchase of these three (all discounted on Humble):

Unity of Command: Stalingrad
Space Grunts

Getting closer and closer to 800 Linux titles on my Steam account =P

Last edited by g000h on 16 May 2018 at 3:49 pm UTC
Salvatos 16 May, 2018
Battle Chasers: Nightwar is also 50% off on Steam but the Linux build isn't out officially yet so I'm personally holding off on it. There's a beta branch though, and you can read about it in this thread.
buenaventura 16 May, 2018
I bought slay the spire and it pwns, I've played 13 hours in like 4 evenings, totally hooked. I've now beat it with the two first characters, will force myself to have a break until the next character leaves beta before playing more for sure.

I also bought All Walls Must Fall, which is 30% off, really cool. I have not seen it covered very much but it is really cool.

Now I am very tempted to buy Tyranny as well. Expensive business these sales!
Toric 19 May, 2018
Quoting: TheRiddickI was hyped for SPAZ2 but it seems feedback says its not that great, hmmmmm....

I think its a great game. there hasnt been mutch post release content, as both the devs are taking a break, but everthing thats there is superb.
Dedale 19 May, 2018
After 42 mins of The Talos Principle i like it. And the scenery is nice. But i hope they won't drown me under religious nonsense. :P
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