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Pay what you want for Ticket to Ride, Greed Corp, Incredipede and Anodyne. If you beat the average, you'll also receive Worms Reloaded (includes mobile version Worms 2: Armageddon) and The Bard’s Tale!

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Mike Frett 16 Oct, 2013
Quoting: Quote from HamishIs there any huge difference between Worms Reloaded and Warmux?

Probably going to sit this one out.

If it makes any difference, I like Worms a little better. It just has a more polished feel. But there isn't much difference and if you like Warmux, you're probably not missing much.
Anonymous 16 Oct, 2013
Quoting: Quote from philip550cbought this for worms and incredipede but I knew ahead time that the linux incredipede runs on air and doesnt have hardware acceleration or a seam linux version. Greed Corp is not yet on steam for linux though, so Im a little dissapointed with that, hopefully soon. I do like that I have these on android now.
Actually, if you open Incredipede in Chrome you get hardware acceleration.
Hamish 16 Oct, 2013
Quoting: Quote from DrMcCoyI have two monitors, each with their own X screen (*), so of course I have Xinerama disabled.

(*) One of the reasons being games trying to be smart and doing insane stuff like stretching over both monitors, not letting me switch to my second monitor mid-game to talk on IRC, not wanting to run on the second monitor, or even switching off the second monitor.

I use Zaphod Heads for exactly the same reason, with the other being that I got sick of other kinds of windows appearing on the second head. I might revisit traditional stretched screen multi-head when Wayland is stable, but for now I am sticking to Zaphod.

Quoting: Quote from Mike FrettIf it makes any difference, I like Worms a little better. It just has a more polished feel. But there isn't much difference and if you like Warmux, you're probably not missing much.

I get the impression that the main benefit is probably the nostalgia for people who had a lot of fun with the original worms games. Nostalgia that I do not have.
Shmerl 16 Oct, 2013
For those who have problems with cutscenes not playing in Bard's Tale. That's because the game looks for Theora (OGV) videos, while HB package ships with MP4 (weird). So convert videos first (in 'movies' subdir of the installation of Bard's Tale):
for file in *.mp4; do ffmpeg -i $file -codec:v libtheora -qscale:v 9 -codec:a libvorbis -qscale:a 5 ${file%%.*}.ogv; done
Shmerl 16 Oct, 2013
Another issues there - original Bard's Tale games (1, 2 and 3) which are packaged with the game are not starting for me. I get errors like:

overflow_sz:ffe84a1d, pos:312e
overflow_sz:ffe84928, pos:3130
...parse_option: line 11, 0x87d3700,0x87d3700 = g_joystick_type = 0 (g_joystick_type = 0) len:19
...parse_option: line 12, 0x87d3700,0x87d3700 = g_cfg_rom_path = res/sys/bttricode (g_cfg_rom_path = res/sys/bttricode) len:34
Read: 131072 bytes of ROM
Open card ROM file bards_tale/diskII.prom failed: -1 err:2
Terminated


Those are Apple IIgs releases which are in password protected zip archives - iibt1.bin, iibt2.bin and iibt3.bin. But when you try to run them from within the main game, files are unpacked in ~/.local/share/BardTale/data

Is there some easy to use emulator for Apple IIgs?
FoH 17 Oct, 2013
This is the buggiest bundle yet, for me anyway. Ticket to Ride installed through Steam doesn't connect to the internet. Installed it with the .deb file instead and it worked fine yesterday. Today it says there's a new version but won't download and install it. It has yet to show up on Humble Bundle download page.

Worms through Steam doesn't work either. It says it installs, but there's no actual files.

And the Anodyne installed through Steam doesn't work either, due to the Adobe Air install being broken.

Incrediped didn't work well on my Nexus 7 either. /End Rant
philip550c 17 Oct, 2013
Quoting: Quote from Anonymous
Quoting: Quote from philip550cbought this for worms and incredipede but I knew ahead time that the linux incredipede runs on air and doesnt have hardware acceleration or a seam linux version. Greed Corp is not yet on steam for linux though, so Im a little dissapointed with that, hopefully soon. I do like that I have these on android now.
Actually, if you open Incredipede in Chrome you get hardware acceleration.
You mean the browser version right? I havent checked but iirc the desktop version runs on adobe air.
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