GOG has released 50 games for Linux

By | July 7, 2014

GOG.com, formerly known as Good Old Games, is a popular digital gaming platform for distribution successful, mainly older, classic PC games. In 2012, the Linux community asked for the Linux games on the GOGs wishlist. Today, 2 years later, the waiting has finally come to an end – 50 games has been released for Linux.

Among the first 50 games for Linux are many successful classics, such as Sid Meier’s Colonization, Duke Nukem 3D or Pirates. Until Tuesday, you can also get up to 75% discount for all Linux games. In addition, GOG.com is aiming to get 50 more games working on Linux in the coming months.

Here is the complete announcement.

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