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During this weekend, Counter-Strike: Global Offensive is available with a 50% discount on Steam, until March 16. Usually Valve games benefit on discounts which are not up to 75%, so this could be a good deal if you don’t already own this game.

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CS: GO is an improved version of the classic Counter-Strike, featuring better graphics, a similar gameplay, most of the old maps, new game modes and leaderboards.

Counter-Strike: Global Offensive (CS: GO) will expand upon the team-based action gameplay that it pioneered when it was launched 14 years ago. CS: GO features new maps, characters, and weapons and delivers updated versions of the classic CS content (de_dust, etc.).

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CS: GO is available for 5,49€ on Steam, with a 50% discount, until March 26.

A new game for Linux found its way on Steam earlier this week, namely Starship Traveller. Launched on March 11, Starship Traveller is a single-player futuristic gamebook, with features such as crew customization, three combat styles, alien worlds, cosmos charting.

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Starship Traveller is available for 9,99€ on Steam.

With Fighting Fantasy’s popularity on the rise in the 80s, Steve Jackson was inspired by a different setting from the traditional swords and sorcery – instead looking to science fiction. Starship Traveller allows players to control an entire ship and crew, with each member skilled in certain abilities.

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