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    DRM-free game store, selling both new and old titles. No clients required.

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    A site dedicated to sharing artwork & other assets for game development.

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    "When the price is right, you will play all night."

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    Buy a bundle of games, you decide the price, and support charity in the process.

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    A dedicated desktop app for your games

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    Buy a bundle of games, you decide the price, and support charity in the process.

  8. 23

    Very good and clear site for best deals.

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    Lutris is an open source gaming platform for GNU/Linux.

  10. 37

    Origin is your new digital playground. It’s where you go to find the best that EA has to offer.

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    Computer game storefront that gives 88% of revenue to developers

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    Game Jolt, where all the best free Indie Games are at!

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    Buy awesome games. Pay a fraction of the retail price!

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