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Humble have put up a fresh Humble Monthly bundle and this time around, it's actually a pretty good deal again.

The two games you can play instantly are:

  • Surviving Mars - Linux supported
  • Kingdom Come: Deliverance - "Silver" rating for Steam Play (ProtonDB)

Even with the Steam Summer Sale right now, Surviving Mars by itself is just under $11 so to get those two games, plus a bunch more when the rest unlock on August 2nd is a sweet deal. Surviving Mars is brilliant by itself, spent tons of hours in it!

Additionally, it does also give access to the Humble Trove as always, which allows you to download a ton (47 Linux supported at last count) of DRM-free games.

For $12, not bad at all. Head over to the Humble Monthly if you're at all interested.

Some of you might also be interested in the Open Source Bookshelf Book Bundle.

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Ehvis 6 Jul, 2019
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Quoting: scaineI loved Hellblade and completed it over a weekend in two sittings. Loved the combat and thought the puzzle elements were incredibly well done - only one frustrating experience and a "doh!" moment when I solved it. Beautiful game, great experience.

Funny how people experience things so differently. For me it was a completely disappointing experience. Trivial puzzles and combat (after you figure it out) and too much of it made me too bored by the end to care about anything the game had to tell.

Quoting: scaineI have no interest in supporting the Kingdom Come devs with even a paltry Humble Monthly download - these guys kickstarted their game with the promise of Linux support, then unceremoniously decided to shaft us... I mean, the duplicity of it was staggering.

At least they refunded those that wanted the mac/linux version. Something the Bloodstained devs refused to do after they did the same.
Guerrilla 6 Jul, 2019
I really need to cancel my subscription. I didn't pause last month's in time, so I'm stuck with it.

In the past, the bundles were rather good values (at least, if you are looking at it from a Windows perspective). But the last few months I've either owned the "big" game of the month or I have no interest.
cprn 6 Jul, 2019
Quoting: EhvisKingdom Come: Deliverance is apparently hard on the frames with Proton. From what I remember from youtube, it especially likes CPU power.

It went "golden" with Proton 4.2.9 (*) and now on 4.2.18 it runs almost perfect (**).

*) on 4.2-9 you had to copy *.dll files from Win64Shared to Win64 in the game's directory and the framerate was 60+ before game update 1.9, after it went to 20-30 fps,
**) on 4.2-18 you still have to copy the DLLs but it runs 60+ fps no issues on gtx1070 in 1440p (high-ish settings, also you want gamemode-git active for this one but I think current Proton install scripts take care of that, not entirely sure).
cprn 6 Jul, 2019
If I didn't own Kingdom Come already, I would buy this... I couldn't sleep when that game came out.

Other than that, I hate those "monthly mystery lottery" bullshit offers. I'm pretty sure it's illegal in Europe, at least a grey area. And the monthly tax scheme? Why? I'll forget to buy it when it's a good deal? I'm pretty sure it'll be the other way around.
slaapliedje 7 Jul, 2019
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Hellblade in VR is amazing, I should try it out in Linux and see how it runs.
Hori 8 Jul, 2019
I almost went and suspended my subscription for this month, since I have KCD already.
But Survivng Mars looks like it might be an enjoyable game, so I'll leave it open.

KCD is an amazing game, but I never played it on Linux, as most people reported a performance decrease. And even on Windows, the game has such beautiful visuals (especially in forests) that my GPU (1080 OC) definetely shows its age and then some.
Not to mention also that I upgraded from 1080p to 1440p since the last time I played it.


Last edited by Hori on 8 July 2019 at 7:02 am UTC
fenevadkan 9 Jul, 2019
Could anyone make Kingdome Come work on Ubuntu 18.04 with proton/steam play?
I have a splash screen poppping up that is freezing.
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