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The Humble Classics Return Bundle is a really good deal for Linux gamers

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It's good to see Humble Bundle put out some more bundles that have a lot of Linux games, the latest is the Humble Classics Return Bundle.

Here's what you will get, as usual I will leave out any games that do not support Linux. Firstly, for pay what you want:

  • Broken Sword 5 - The Serpent's Curse
  • Shadowrun Returns
  • Shadowrun: Dragonfall - Director's Cut

If you pay more than the current average, you will also get:

  • Shadowrun: Hong Kong - Extended Edition
  • Wasteland 2: Director's Cut - Standard Edition
  • Age of Wonders III
  • Xenonauts (last we heard, it's not actually supported any more, but still has Linux builds)

Finally, if you pay at least $15 (about £10.72) you will grab:

  • Torment: Tides of Numenera
  • Dreamfall Chapters: The Final Cut Edition

This is probably one of the best bundles (at least for Linux gamers) that they've done in a while, a good assortment of games. I'm sure there's a couple there a bunch of you don't yet own.

Will you be grabbing a bundle?

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g000h 21 Feb, 2018
Annoyingly I own all of those except Torment: ToN and Xenonauts. I think this deal will last until the next monthly subscription is active, so I might get the full pack (and $2 wallet credit) if I resume the subscription.

Agree that it is a fantastic bundle. I paid plenty for many of these titles, even on sale elsewhere.
Eike 21 Feb, 2018
Quoting: g000hAnnoyingly I own all of those except Torment: ToN and Xenonauts. I think this deal will last until the next monthly subscription is active, so I might get the full pack (and $2 wallet credit) if I resume the subscription.

Agree that it is a fantastic bundle. I paid plenty for many of these titles, even on sale elsewhere.

It seems I'm into classics, too. I already got the three Shadowrun games (just playing the last one, sigh), Wasteland, Broken Sword and Dreamfall (which is the only one I cannot wholeheartedly recommend).


Last edited by Eike on 21 February 2018 at 10:24 am UTC
theghost 21 Feb, 2018
Wow great bundle. I will atleast get more than the average.
lucifertdark 21 Feb, 2018
I'll have to sit this one out, one reason I can't go into, but the other reason is I already have everything but Torment in my library.
Gamewizard 21 Feb, 2018
Well there goes $15 here soon. Been meaning to get nearly every game on the bundle at some point, now seems like a very good point. After this I may be able to finally get around to going through my backlog, it's getting rather large.;)
talklittle 21 Feb, 2018
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Good prices. But lately finding myself in situations where DRM-free is highly convenient, and most of these are Steam keys. Most are also available on GOG, so I'll probably pass on the bundle.
Pit 21 Feb, 2018
No thanks...

Well, it's no HIB, so I wasn't really expecting too much. 2 DRM free games (well, three, but Tesla Effect is not for Linux...), the rest only steam....

Sad.
scaine 21 Feb, 2018
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Like many here, I own the lot! Ah well... at least this article reminded me of Shadowrun. I might put a few hours into a re-run at some point soon.
Geppeto35 21 Feb, 2018
I only don't own Torment and Xenonauts: are they worth buying? Especially Xenonauts as I really like the two last xcom?
TheRiddick 21 Feb, 2018
Xenonauts works well in WINE if you wish to use mods that may not comply with the Linux legacy builds, there is Xenonauts2 demo also but I don't know if Xenonauts2 is coming to Linux (it should given Unity3D is being used).

UNFORTUNATELY I have majority of these titles already.,

If you love traditional play-style of XCOM1/2 then you will love Xenonauts. I look forward to Xenonauts 2.


Last edited by TheRiddick on 21 February 2018 at 4:44 pm UTC
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