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The Humble One Special Day Bundle is live with two nice Linux games

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The Humble One Special Day Bundle just went live and it has two rather nice native Linux games available. Others may work with Valve's Steam Play.

For the native Linux games, you will be able to grab OlliOlli2: Welcome to Olliwood in the $1 tier which by itself is a pretty great deal. You will also find Surgeon Simulator: Anniversary Edition if you pay more than the average. Not a lot of native titles this time, hopefully their next game bundle will be a step up for us…

For those looking to test some titles in Valve's Steam Play, there's a number of other games included. I checked over the reports on them and it seems Crazy Taxi, Binary Domain and Stronghold Crusader 2 should work reasonably well. As always though, your experience may vary.

The bundle is supporting the UK-based SpecialEffect charity, one that helps people with disabilities enjoy video games so it's a really nice cause too.

Check out the bundle here if you're interested.

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drlamb 18 Sep, 2018
Spoiler, click me
ElectricPrism 18 Sep, 2018
Normally I would just say no, but for $1 I could add Crazy Taxi which goes back to Sega Dreamcast to my Steam Machine for TV play, that's a pretty decent throwback.

Here's a olli olli 2 key, already have it

Spoiler, click me

Last edited by ElectricPrism on 18 September 2018 at 7:10 pm UTC
stud68 18 Sep, 2018
Thank you.
x_wing 18 Sep, 2018
Crazy Taxi works flawlessly out of the box with Proton. Can't remember where, but I got my copy for free years ago.
Fraaargh 18 Sep, 2018
I've just bought it for Crazy Taxi which I played this summer in arcade with my kids. Yeah !
If you buy it too, make sure to patch it with the analog patch and the original music patch as described here:

It works well in Proton with the patch.
buenaventura 19 Sep, 2018
That's a weird collection of games o__O
ageres 19 Sep, 2018
QuoteFor the native Linux games, you will be able to grab OlliOlli2: Welcome to Olliwood in the $1 tier
Streets of Rage is a part of SEGA Mega Drive and Genesis Classics which has a Linux version (but only Windows logo on its Steam store page for some reason).
titi 21 Sep, 2018
Can someone sum up which of those games is :
a) a native linux game
b) runs with proton out of the box
c) runs with proton ( with some tricks )
d) is really windows only
(Maybe liamdave can add the results to the main article)

update: according to my tests:

Last edited by titi on 21 September 2018 at 8:58 pm UTC
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