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Yet another chance to grab a game or two from your wishlist perhaps? The Armistice Sale on Steam supports the War Child UK charity and there's also a Singles Day sale.

For the Armistice Sale, Valve are promoting games with non-violent gameplay (or they got an update for the sale) to support children affected by the world’s deadliest conflicts. Some of the games you can get cheap until tomorrow include:

Additionally, the Singles Day 2019 sale is celebrating another special day that originated out of China as a sort of anti-Valentine’s Day. More deals can be found here like:

The recently released Shadow of the Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition also has a big discount with 78% off the whole package.

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rustybroomhandle 11 Nov, 2019
Also, Shadow of the Tomb Raider 78% off. https://store.steampowered.com/app/750920/Shadow_of_the_Tomb_Raider_Definitive_Edition/

I feel a bit bad for Feral. But I guess for a year+ old game, deep sales are to be expected.
Ardje 11 Nov, 2019
rustybroomhandleAlso, Shadow of the Tomb Raider 78% off. https://store.steampowered.com/app/750920/Shadow_of_the_Tomb_Raider_Definitive_Edition/

I feel a bit bad for Feral. But I guess for a year+ old game, deep sales are to be expected.
Heh, I already bought it :-(.
Amazing though how good it looks on a thinkpad T430 with an RX580 as eGPU. The settings were automagically pushed at high and even on 4k it was more than a slideshow (on 1080p it was good to play)
Who needs PCIe3x16 (16GB/s) when PCIe2x1 (500MB/s) seems to suffice...
Bard's tale IV however is a slide show on the RX580 as well as the GTX960M.
I've noticed on my proton adventures that DXVK+DX11 is way better than native vulkan on some of these engines.
Ehvis 11 Nov, 2019
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I'll plug the first two on the list because they're short and light games for when you don't need a challenge.

Back to Bed is a nice puzzle concept. I played both the normal and hard mode (where you need to pick up keys in addition to getting the guy back to his bed) all the way through in 3.5 hours. Pretty easy but a nice bit of fun for the current price.

AER is a nice exploration game. Basically just walking/flying around to find the story of the world. Some minor puzzle stuff, but nothing head breaking. I found it a nice chilled experience. Took me just under 6 hours to explore everything.

ArdjeI've noticed on my proton adventures that DXVK+DX11 is way better than native vulkan on some of these engines.

Is there any difference in content/rendering between DX11 and DX12 version? Since the port was mentioned to be based on the latter.
Brisse 11 Nov, 2019
EhvisIs there any difference in content/rendering between DX11 and DX12 version? Since the port was mentioned to be based on the latter.

Apart from the RTX stuff, I don't think so.
g000h 11 Nov, 2019
Got my copy of Shadow of the Tomb Raider *at last*.

Also I recently purchased Stay Safe: Labyrinth of the Mad (which is very affordable at full price), and Rats, Bats, & Bones which are great indie titles.
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It's too bad For the King doesn't have a Linux build on GOG. :( Or, better yet, itch.io
g000h 12 Nov, 2019
Just spotted Iron Marines ~ RTS game by the developers behind Kingdom Rush ~ at 70% discount. Probably going to get it, moments after posting this.


Last edited by g000h on 12 November 2019 at 4:25 am UTC
Vulphere 12 Nov, 2019
Just got ACE COMBAT 7: SKIES UNKNOWN with 50% discount. Runs perfectly with Proton.
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