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The Humble Sweet Farm Fall Bundle is live with some great picks

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A fresh game bundle is here with the Humble Sweet Farm Fall Bundle going live and it's actually quite good.

With some of the proceeds going to the Sweet Farm charity, which say they are "the first non-profit sanctuary in the world to address the global impacts of factory farming across animals, the plants and the planet". Seems like quite a worthy cause to help while also getting some fun gaming experiences too.

Here's what's possible to get with the bundle, with Linux supported titles in bold. All others may be possible to play with Steam Play Proton but are not supported. If you pay the minimum you get:

  • Out There: Ω Edition
  • ToeJam & Earl: Back in the Groove

If you want to go for a little more there's the next tier up if you pay more than the current average to get:

  • Moonlighter
  • CHUCHEL Cherry Edition

For the final tier you can get:

  • Sigma Theory: Global Cold War
  • A Hat in Time
  • Coffee Talk
  • Necronator: Dead Wrong

See the full bundle here.

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eldaking 17 Nov, 2020
I really thought this was a bundle of farm games. They missed a great thematic opportunity (and it's a pretty good theme too).
DeathByDenim 18 Nov, 2020
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Bizarre, why would Moonlighter be DRM-free on Windows and macOS, but not on Linux? That makes no sense to me.
Migwell 18 Nov, 2020
A Hat in Time runs really well on Proton so any 3D platformer fans should get it for that alone.
F.Ultra 18 Nov, 2020
Quoting: DeathByDenimBizarre, why would Moonlighter be DRM-free on Windows and macOS, but not on Linux? That makes no sense to me.

Even more so since the DRM-free version is available on GOG already...
toojays 19 Nov, 2020
I ended up buying this to get Sigma Theory, Superhot and A Hat in Time. If anyone wants any of my leftovers let me know.

Doh! Sorry Liam, I forgot to go through your partner link. :(
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