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You can build your own Devolver Digital bundle and save monies

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If you're after some new games to kick-start your week, you should check out the Devolver Digital bundle over on Humble Store. It's one of their special build-it-yourself bundles allowing to pick a few games, and get a higher discount if you pick up more at the same time.

All the games in the list are on sale individually, so even if you only pick up one you're still getting a pretty awesome deal on some of them.

Here's a small slice of games you can pick from:

  • Always Sometimes Monsters
  • BROFORCE
  • Dropsy
  • Hatoful Boyfriend
  • NOT A HERO
  • OlliOlli
  • OlliOlli2: Welcome to Olliwood
  • RONIN
  • Serious Sam 3: BFE
  • Shadow Warrior
  • STRAFE
  • The Talos Principle

See the full list on the bundle page here.

Humble also have the Humble Indie Bundle 21 which is live until tomorrow, May 26.

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5 comments

Shmerl 25 May
Speaking of Devolver Digital. I wonder if Eitr will come out this year or not. Like happened with Owlboy, it takes developers a very long time to complete it.


Last edited by Shmerl on 25 May 2020 at 7:37 pm UTC
ziabice 25 May
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Observation works out of the box with Proton. It has some mouse acceleration problems on my PC, but nothing that breaks the game, which is very unusual.
bakgwailo 26 May
What ever happened to the Shadow Warrior 2 Port? Did the developer ever officially kill it?
Shmerl 26 May
bakgwailoWhat ever happened to the Shadow Warrior 2 Port? Did the developer ever officially kill it?

Quite possibly. It's fully playable in Wine+dxvk though.
Hamish 26 May
Other than SteamOS/Linux once being listed on the Steam page for it was there ever any other acknowledgement that Shadow Warrior 2 was coming to Linux at all?
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