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Humble Indie Bundle 17 released

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Humble Indie Bundle 17 has released into the wild featuring some interesting games, some first on Linux too.

Pay what you want!
Lethal League
The Beginner's Guide
Galak-Z - Fantastic game!

Pay $10 (about £7.75) or more to also unlock!
Nuclear Throne

Pay more than the average
Lovers in a Dangerous Spacetime
Octodad: Dadliest Catch
SUPER TIME FORCE ULTRA
-More games coming soon!

Not a bad bundle at all, are you picking it up? Article taken from GamingOnLinux.com.
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morbius 16 Aug, 2016
All the best games are in the basic package, no reason for me to pay much.

Though if I had a girlfriend who played games, I'd definitely want Lovers in a Dangerous Spacetime.


Last edited by morbius on 16 August 2016 at 9:39 pm UTC
scaine 16 Aug, 2016
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Urgh. Thought this might be the reason for the Rocket League delays, but no dice (unless it's the unlock in a week...).

Galak-Z is excellent though, as is Nuclear Throne. Will likely be picking this up a couple of times for friends and family. Great bundle.
Liam Dawe 16 Aug, 2016
Yeah when I saw it I was too hoping RL was in it.
flesk 16 Aug, 2016
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Quoting: morbiusAll the best games are in the basic package, no reason for me to pay much.

Other than to raise the Linux average and give money to a charity? ;)

Nice to see Super Time Force Ultra on Linux, thanks to Knockout Games. :) And this is the first time The Beginner's Guide has been available DRM free for Linux.
DrMcCoy 16 Aug, 2016
I for one can whole-heartedly recommend The Beginner's Guide. It's a weird one, but weird experimental narrative-focussed games are right up my alley. :)
rcgamer 16 Aug, 2016
The pilot guys suit in Galak z looks like Viewtiful Joe.
Sunburst 16 Aug, 2016
This bundle is excellent and I bought it immediately for the following reasons:

- Games with Linux support? All.
- Games with DRM-Free option? All.
- Games with positive reviews? All (3 of them with overall 'overwhelmingly positive' reviews from Steam users).
- Games finished (no Early-Access state)? All.

Also, you can gift the Steam keys of games you already have. I'm not sure if this is common nowadays at Humble Bundle, but in previous years this wasn't possible, at least in the bundles I bought.

Let's hope they continue the trend with the games that still need to be revealed.
stan 16 Aug, 2016
Nothing interesting so far. Maybe next week…

(I have no idea what Super Time Force Ultra is, since their trailer apparently doesn’t contain any gameplay footage.)
melkemind 17 Aug, 2016
My daughter asked me to buy Octodad a while back, and I think she played it once. If you want my extra key, send me your Steam url.
Eike 17 Aug, 2016
Quoting: morbiusThough if I had a girlfriend who played games, I'd definitely want Lovers in a Dangerous Spacetime.

It made my girlfriend who usually does not play games at all play some rounds with me.
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