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Got Worms? Well, you can get a whole lot of them in the latest Humble Bundle from the classics up to the newer stuff and some of them have Linux builds too.

Spread across multiple tiers you can get access to:

  • Worms Reloaded + 6 DLC
  • Worms Clan Wars
  • Worms W.M.D

All three there have Linux builds, and then there's some others that do not like:

  • Worms (original)
  • Worms Armageddon
  • Worms Blast
  • Worms Crazy Golf
  • Worms Pinball
  • and more

This bundle is quite likely enough Worms to keep you going for a lifetime. If it interests you, hope on over to the Humble Worms! Worms! Worms! Bundle page.

Additionally, Humble Store has announced multiple other big sales going on right now. Here's a few:

  • 2K Sale - Civilization, XCOM 2, BioShock and more
  • Paradox Sale - lots of their titles discounted including Stellaris and Hearts of Iron
  • Indie Mega Week - some top indie gems discounted like SUPERHOT, Northgard, Broforce and absolutely loads more. There's some seriously great gaming experiences going cheap there.
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Liam Dawe 6 days ago
Quoting: EikeIf I remember correctly, they used to "force" them to make Linux version long time ago, no?
For Humble Indie Bundles, nothing else.
They've long since expanded to other markets, but people like living in the past and complaining about it constantly it seems.
ageres 6 days ago
Quoting: EikeIf I remember correctly, they used to "force" them to make Linux version long time ago, no?
Afaik, they hired Icculus and other Linux programmers for that. Also, the first games on HB were indie games, therefore easier to make Mac/Linux ports, easier to convince developers (who probably were Linux users themselves) to support Linux and provide DRM-free versions.
vv221 6 days ago
Quoting: Liam Dawe
Quoting: EikeIf I remember correctly, they used to "force" them to make Linux version long time ago, no?
For Humble Indie Bundles, nothing else.
They've long since expanded to other markets, but people like living in the past and complaining about it constantly it seems.

Well, it’s thanks to "people of the past" that they managed to get a name. They could never have sold themselves to IGN without these Humble Indie Bundles and the good press they got from the DRM-free Linux crowd.

You might be OK with a good store turning into yet another Steam key reseller, but some of us are not. There are already to few stores for DRM-free Linux players to just shut up when one of them turns its back on us.
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