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The Humble Raw Fury 2020 Bundle is out with some sweet gaming action

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Another game bundle has been released today with the Humble Raw Fury 2020 Bundle and there's some good looking Linux games included with it.

For the initial entry tier there is:

  • GoNNER BLüEBERRY EDiTION - Linux supported
  • Kathy Rain
  • Tormentor X Punisher

If you pay more than the average you get:

  • Kingdom - Linux supported
  • Kingdom: New Lands Royal Edition - Linux supported
  • Whispers of a Machine

The next tier has:

  • Mosaic - Linux supported
  • Bad North: Jotunn Edition
  • Night Call

And finally, they split the last one off into it's own tier with Kingdom Two Crowns which also supports Linux. If you do buy the top tier, you also get 1 month free for Humble Choice if you're a new subscriber to it.

See the full bundle here if interested.

As a reminder there's also the Humble Daedalic Bundle 2020 which has 6 days left, plus the Humble Best of Paradox Interactive Bundle with 8 days left and Humble Store has a big sale on indie games that are highly rated with some wonderful titles like Plague Inc, Mini Metro, Wizard of Legend, For the King and plenty more going cheap.

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GermainZ Jul 28, 2020
If it's not too much work, I've always liked it when Linux-native titles were also in bold as that makes it easy to check the bundle at a glance.
Liam Dawe Jul 28, 2020
Quoting: GermainZIf it's not too much work, I've always liked it when Linux-native titles were also in bold as that makes it easy to check the bundle at a glance.
Sure, done.
randyl Jul 28, 2020
Both Kathy Rain and Whispers of a Machine run well under Proton for me under Fedora 32 with nvidia closed drivers. I have them on Steam and I enjoyed them a lot. My only real complaint is they both employed some neat ideas and systems that they should have developed further (more robustly).
sub Jul 29, 2020
What a pity Bad North never got a Linux release.
It looks awesome.

At least it has Platinum rating at ProtonDB.
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