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The Humble RPG Bundle seems like a really great deal for Linux gamers

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In the mood for some new games? Well Humble Bundle are back again for your monies, this time with The Humble RPG Bundle.

If you pay at least $1 you will get:

  • HIVESWAP: Act 1 - Linux supported.
  • Deep Sky Derelicts - Linux supported.
  • Immortal Planet - No Linux support, should work in Steam Play.

Dig a little deeper into your wallet and pay more than the average to also get:

  • Tyranny - Linux supported.
  • Pillars of Eternity - Linux supported.
  • Cat Quest - No Linux support, should work in Steam Play.

Finally the top tier of the RPG bundle has Borderlands Game of the Year Enhanced, no Linux support on that one but it should work in Steam Play after a quick fix you can find on ProtonDB.

Honestly, this is a seriously good deal especially to get both Tyranny and Pillars of Eternity together at that price.

A bundle not to miss out on! If you're interested, find the bundle here.

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slaapliedje Sep 4, 2019
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Quoting: slaapliedjeHa, I wish I had less games and more concentration to have beaten Pillars of Eternity before moving onto other things. But yeah I already have both of those. In fact I think I have most of those on the list already.

I remember a time long ago when I carefully selected games before buying them.
They were expensive and sales as we know them today simply did not exist.

What sounds like a great turn of things, isn't one I dare to say.

I had at most two games I played over many months and typically they were LOTS of fun.
That inflationary stream of content, sales and bundles killed it for me. :/
Partly blame it on me, as I couldn't resist this highly optimized marketing and selling machine.

Similar to the lowered attention span that many people gained today, I switch games fast.
Playing a bit here, testing another buy there, rarely getting attached to anything anymore. :/
Yeah, I don't ever get around to playing one long enough to win it, but I try. Can't remember the last game I beat.
drmoth Sep 4, 2019
I have an extra copy of Pillars of Eternity if anyone wants it....just PM me

it's gone...

Last edited by drmoth on 4 September 2019 at 9:13 am UTC
14 Sep 4, 2019
Yeah, I already have the 4 games I'd want the most. This is an incredible amount of great gaming for dirt cheap. I wish I knew more people that spent quality time with RPG's.
theghost Sep 4, 2019
Great deal, I got the first two tiers.
LungDrago Sep 4, 2019
Quoting: HadBabitsI've been waiting for a chance at Tyranny ever since I saw Noah Caldwell Gervais's great video on it.

Noah Caldwell Gervais?! Ah, I see you're a man of culture as well.
Arehandoro Sep 4, 2019
I was looking for an excuse to get Tyranny... no any more :D
2DK Sep 4, 2019
Awesoma bundle, thanks for the tip!
Klaas Sep 6, 2019
For those that don't remember, I use SteamCMD to download my games to run them on my laptop. Deep Sky Derelicts won't start without Steam. It displays the logos and then shows a modal dialogue on top of the main menu. I usually manage to steer around games that require it.

I've noticed that two people on the game's forum claim that it doesn't work regardless.
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