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Thursday Madness, a quick look at some good Linux gaming deals

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Welcome to another late sales article here at GOL. Another quick look at some good deals you shouldn't pass up!

First up, Shadow Warrior: Special Edition is FREE on the Humble Store!

Steam
- Insurgency, 75% off
- Disgaea 2 PC, 33% off
- Downward, 25% off
- Rusted Warfare - RTS, 10% off

You can see everything on sale for Linux & SteamOS on Steam at this link.

GOG
- Divinity: Original Sin, 60% off
- Shadowrun: Dragonfall, 80% off
- Crypt of the NecroDancer, 80% off
- Dex, 80% off

Find all Linux games available on GOG that are on sale at this link.

Feral Interactive have Life is Strange on sale for 50% off right now, which will last until tomorrow so you might want to be quick.

The IndieGala store currently has a Daedalic Colossal Bundle, which has various tiers of entry starting at less than £1. Each tier includes games with Linux support like Deponia, The Whispered World Special Edition and plenty more. There's 10 days left on this one, so plenty of time to decide.

IndieGala also have the Postal Party Bundle with POSTAL, POSTAL 2 and more. There's only about 50 minutes left on it, so be super quick!

I'm always on the look-out for a good deal, so share your secrets in the comments! Article taken from GamingOnLinux.com.
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g000h 20 Jul, 2017
I bought Dungeon Warfare for Sale on Steam this week. It is 75% discount (£1.74). It is working on Linux fine for me.

The game is a well-crafted Tower Defence game, in a Dungeon Keeper style setting. I've played it for about 5 hours, and have been thoroughly enjoying it. The various Steam reviews do a good job of describing it.

It is a bit smarter game-play than your average Tower Defence, because you can adjust the flow of the Heroes attacking your Dungeon core, by putting obstacles to force them to go another route. For instance, adjusting their route so that they wander into the tracks of mine-carts, and the mine-carts bear into them.

I'm particularly keen on the Harpoon trap, so far - which you place on the other side of 'bottomless' pits, and when an enemy comes along, it harpoons them, drags them into the pit and down they go.


Last edited by g000h on 20 July 2017 at 3:15 pm UTC
artvandelay440 20 Jul, 2017
I'll mention it here as well- Shadow Warrior is currently free on the Humble store, redeemable via Steam key. https://www.humblebundle.com/store/shadow-warrior-special-edition

Edit: added now to main post above :)


Last edited by artvandelay440 on 20 July 2017 at 5:25 pm UTC
stretch611 20 Jul, 2017
Quoting: artvandelay440I'll mention it here as well- Shadow Warrior is currently free on the Humble store, redeemable via Steam key. https://www.humblebundle.com/store/shadow-warrior-special-edition

Thanks for the tip... I grabbed my copy.

I also noticed that the Humble Store also has Race Online on sale for 50% off ($6-US) Has anyone played this? is it good?, it has mixed reviews on Steam.
no_information_here 21 Jul, 2017
Quoting: g000hI bought Dungeon Warfare for Sale on Steam this week. It is 75% discount (£1.74). It is working on Linux fine for me.

The game is a well-crafted Tower Defence game, in a Dungeon Keeper style setting. I've played it for about 5 hours, and have been thoroughly enjoying it. The various Steam reviews do a good job of describing it.

It is a bit smarter game-play than your average Tower Defence, because you can adjust the flow of the Heroes attacking your Dungeon core, by putting obstacles to force them to go another route. For instance, adjusting their route so that they wander into the tracks of mine-carts, and the mine-carts bear into them.

I'm particularly keen on the Harpoon trap, so far - which you place on the other side of 'bottomless' pits, and when an enemy comes along, it harpoons them, drags them into the pit and down they go.
Thank-you for the recommendation. I just bought a copy and have been playing it all day. The graphics are very basic, but the game is excellent for anyone who likes Tower Defence games.
lucifertdark 21 Jul, 2017
I just grabbed a copy of Dungeon Warfare too, thanks for the tip on that one.
g000h 21 Jul, 2017
Ahhhh.... so tempted.... Tyranny Commander Edition is at its highest ever discount - 60% off on GOG.

But.... Maybe wait another year or so, and get the GOTY edition, when that eventually arrives. (I'm not happy buying games and then buying DLC later.)

Still, Tyranny was probably a Day 1 Release for the Linux version, and I think it is well worth supporting developers that give so much love to Linux (Obsidian, Paradox).
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