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Humble Bundle is having another interesting bundle featuring some titles from developer and publisher Artifex Mundi. All its 10 Hidden Object games have Linux support and can be purchased for only 5 USD. In general, all of them have a few Positive reviews from Steam users, except those marked with "(!)" as a warning:

Pay $1 or more:
- Dark Heritage: Guardians of Hope (!)
- Vampire Legends: The True Story of Kisilova
- The Secret Order 2: Masked Intent

Pay more than the average price:
- The Secret Order 3: Ancient Times
- Crime Secrets: Crimson Lilly (!)
- Eventide: Slavic Fable
- Grim Legends: The Forsaken Bride
- Grim Legends 2: Song of the Dark Swan

Pay $5 or more
- Grim Legends 3: The Dark City
- Mythic Wonders: The Philosopher's Stone

As always, you have a limited time to buy the bundle before it's replaced, indicated here:

------- TIME LEFT -------
2016-10-03 18:00:00
Link: Humble Artifex Mundi PC & Mobile Bundle

In case you're wondering, the first release of The Secret Order isn't present on Steam. There is a fourth episode that wasn't included either.

Also, none of the games has a DRM-Free version.

By any chance, do you play these kind of games? What do you think about this particular selection? Article taken from GamingOnLinux.com.
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10 comments

N4G170 1 Oct, 2016
Quoting: GuestI can confirm that Artifex Mundi games are not DRM-free, or at least that they require Steam. I tried launching Clockwork Tales with Steam closed, and it launched Steam automatically.

I tested using the steam_appid.txt file with some of their games (Grim Legends 3, Mythic Wonders) and they worked without opening steam.
MintedGamer 1 Oct, 2016
I have most of the Artifex Mundi games and really enjoy them. I find them really relaxing, the stories are well written and if you care about steam stats they're really easy to get all the Achievements and get a "Perfect Game" stat in your steam profile. I've 100% completed 10 of them.
The kind of games that my mother likes...
Yes, my mom (67)has an Steam account.
lucifertdark 2 Oct, 2016
I've always liked hidden object games & I have to say the Artifex Mundi games are some of best of the genre, from the graphics & music to the storylines they are top notch all the way, I already have 25 of the 34 games they've published so far & plan to get the full set at some point.
wojtek88 2 Oct, 2016
Quoting: Comandante oardoThe kind of games that my mother likes...
Yes, my mom (67)has an Steam account.
The kind of games my girfriend likes...
Yes, my girlfriend (28) has a Steam account ;).
hardpenguin 2 Oct, 2016
I am male and I love these games :D
Silas Mortimer 2 Oct, 2016
I've always loved adventure games. Hidden object games are simpler than most adventure games, but they do scratch the itch a bit. Plus, I get serious laughs out of the often terrible voice acting and scripts. I just got the bundle after seeing this because there are a few I don't have.
Keyrock 2 Oct, 2016
I might bite on this. I haven't played a hidden object game in a while, but they're not that far removed from point & click adventures, which I love, and they tend to include some beautiful artwork.
Homepcgamer 3 Oct, 2016
If Artifex had translated their games to Spanish, my wife had bought all of them long time ago. They translate to all world languages but spanish and portuguese... so sad.
Quoting: HomepcgamerIf Artifex had translated their games to Spanish, my wife had bought all of them long time ago. They translate to all world languages but spanish and portuguese... so sad.

Most Artifex games are traslated to spanish... If not on Steam, they are on Bigfish...
The bighfish games client runs fine via winE..

Some games that aren't in spanish on Steam, are in spanish on bigfish and viceversa...
You will have to compare manually.

The good thing about the Bigfish versions is that you can try them for free for an hour.
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