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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!

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ARG_Daniel 25 Aug, 2016
One small note: Regency Solitaire wasn't listed as a game with Linux support, despite having a DRM-Free build. I contacted the developer and now it's correctly featured.
tuubi 27 Aug, 2016
Quoting: SangreDeReptilOne small note: Regency Solitaire wasn't listed as a game with Linux support, despite having a DRM-Free build. I contacted the developer and now it's correctly featured.
There was a game stopping crash bug on Linux with one of the levels. I reported the problem and the dev should have a fixed build up in the near future. The game itself is good casual fun, for those moments when your brain isn't quite up to another level of Hexcells. ;)

PS: There's no full screen option on Linux, but "BORDERLESS WINDOW=1" in ~/.Grey Alien Games/Regency Solitaire/RegencySolitaire.ini seems to do the trick just fine.
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