Good Old Games ahora soporta Linux

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Esta semana GOG extendió su catálogo con soporte para Linux, comenzando con 50 títulos disponibles en esta filial de CD Projek RED. 

A principios de año GOG anunció que pondría 100 títulos disponibles para Linux en su tienda libre de DRM durante el otoño, y en estos días lanzó los primeros 50, de los cuales 23 se estrenan por primera vez en este sistema operativo. GOG ofrecerá directamente soporte para las versiones Ubuntu y Mint con instaladores DUB. Pero también tiene disponibles los archivos para que corra en las otras versiones de Linux.

Entre los títulos disponibles se encuentran Anomaly Warzone Earth, Duke Nukem 3D: Atomic Edition, Rise of the Triad: Dark War, y Sid Meier’s Colonization, la lista completa pueden verla en está liga. Y algunos de los títulos están al 75% de descuento, con la promoción terminando el lunes a las 11:00 p.m CDT.




[pane title=”Comunicado”] launch Linux support, 50+ games including plenty of exclusives!

The DRM-free digital distributor delivers on its promise: games like Pirates! Gold Plus, Flatout 1 and 2, and CLARC, available for Linux for the first time ever. has put in some serious work. As promised in their announcement earlier this year, the team has just leveled up on its quest to bring all gamers together: welcome, Linux community! It’s still summer, and over 50 of the 100 games promised for Autumn are already here! Additionally, 23 of those titles are officially Linux-compatible for the first time ever thanks to GOG-made custom builds and the hard work of its cracking team of testers. will provide support for the two most popular Linux distributions: Ubuntu and Mint with DEB installers, but other Linux gamers will also be able to download distro-independent archives so they can easily run our games too.

There is something for everyone in the launch lineup–from classic DOSBox titles like Rise of the Triad: Dark War or Bloodnet, to recent and new indie releases like Kentucky Route Zero, CLARC and Gods Will Be Watching. Additionally, as a welcome gift for the Linux community, some of the classic titles are getting an up to 75% Linux launch discount (PC and Mac users are welcome, too) until the end of the week.The full list of Linux-supported titles complete with all additional information is available HERE.

More classic and new releases for Linux are already in the pipeline and will keep popping up across’s catalog on a regular basis.