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Wednesday Madness, a few good Linux gaming deals going on

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Every Wednesday, I shall highlight some deals you might be interested in if you’re running a little low on funds.

These are hand-picked deals of games I think you need to own, that have a pretty good discount on them.

Steam
- Two Worlds Epic Edition, 90% off (Linux version uses Wine)
- To the Moon, 65% off
- Motorsport Manager, 50% off
- Near Death, 50% off
- Kick Ass Commandos, 50% off

GOG
- FTL: Advanced Edition, 75% off
- Wasteland 2 Director’s Cut, 67% off
- SOMA, 67% off
- Pillars of Eternity: Hero Edition, 60% off
- SUPERHOT, 50% off

Have you picked up anything good lately? Tell us about it! Article taken from GamingOnLinux.com.
Tags: Game Sale, GOG, Steam
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bent 15 Feb, 2017
The Freedom Humble Bundle is still going strong and just added more games, ebooks, and audio today!

https://www.humblebundle.com/freedom
Linas 15 Feb, 2017
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I am considering getting Rogue Stormers. It looks fun, and has co-op. But the reviews are not all that encouraging.
Ben D 16 Feb, 2017
I just picked of Company of Heroes 2 yesterday in a Bundlestars Star Deal flash sale. It was US$8 for 24 hours.
g000h 16 Feb, 2017
Bundlestars are doing some decent bundles at the moment, for instance this one:

https://www.bundlestars.com/en/bundle/all-stars-8-bundle

£2.39 for ten games, some pretty decent ones, and 5 of those for Linux. The Neon bundle is okay too.

On Steam, I'd recommend "Toki Tori" puzzler-platformer game (own it, played it) - currently 90% discount = £0.69

http://store.steampowered.com/app/38700/

Also, "BADLAND: GOTY Edition" on Steam is 85% off at £1.34

http://store.steampowered.com/app/269670/

EDIT:

And *just* spotted Grim Fandango Remastered on GOG at 80% off discount = £1.99

https://www.gog.com/game/grim_fandango_remastered


Last edited by g000h on 16 February 2017 at 4:10 am UTC
skinnyraf 16 Feb, 2017
I recommend getting and playing To the Moon. It has this old jRPG graphics, but is more of an adventure/puzzle game than an RPG. The story is engaging, music excellent. One thing that might be negative for some: overwhelming sadness, even if the story offers some glimpses of hope and even joy.

On another note, Fumiko!, a platformer about an AI, has been released and it's 25% off. http://store.steampowered.com/app/563810/
Linas 16 Feb, 2017
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So does Bundle Stars or does it not sell the actual Linux keys?
wojtek88 16 Feb, 2017
Quoting: LinasSo does Bundle Stars or does it not sell the actual Linux keys?
Bundle Stars sales windows keys only. So guys above did not support Linux gaming at all.
Linas 16 Feb, 2017
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Quoting: wojtek88
Quoting: LinasSo does Bundle Stars or does it not sell the actual Linux keys?
Bundle Stars sales windows keys only. So guys above did not support Linux gaming at all.
That's unfortunate. But how can you tell? I mean, generally? There are many perfectly legitimate shops (also regional ones) that display a Tux icon. How would I know that it is not an actual Linux key? It's like buying milk that says organic on the package, but is actually just regular milk.
Liam Dawe 16 Feb, 2017
Quoting: wojtek88
Quoting: LinasSo does Bundle Stars or does it not sell the actual Linux keys?
Bundle Stars sales windows keys only. So guys above did not support Linux gaming at all.
To be clear this only affects external porters. For all normal developers it shouldn't matter.
Eike 16 Feb, 2017
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Give To The Moon a try if you want to feel sad, and SOMA if you, well... want to feel sad and very alone.
No, seriously: Both are great games.
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