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Get Stellaris and a bunch of DLC in the latest Humble Bundle

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Love your strategy games with a bit of spicy space flavouring? Stellaris from Paradox Development Studios and Paradox Interactive has a whole bundle dedicated to it.

The Humble Stellaris Discovery Game Bundle just launched and will be live through Wednesday, March 24 and it's a really good chance to build up your collection. Here's what you will get.

For $1 / £0.79 you get: Stellaris.

If you pay more than the average you get:

  • Stellaris: Utopia
  • Stellaris: Plantoids Species Pack
  • Stellaris: Leviathans

Pay £10.60 or more for:

  • Stellaris: Synthetic Dawn
  • Stellaris: Apocalypse
  • Stellaris: MegaCorp
  • Stellaris: Ancient Relics Story Pack

Overall, it's a really nice deal. Stellaris by itself at that price really is an absolute steal, there's plenty to enjoy about it without a single DLC but all of those together do make a pretty package.

An ideal time too with the upcoming Stellaris: Nemesis expansion.

Check out the bundle here if interested.

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Stupendous Man 19 Mar, 2021
That would be the issue, thanks! I'm not going to lower my security for a game though, so my /tmp stays noexec. It does work when running the binary directly as you mentioned.
pete910 20 Mar, 2021
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Thats not how I fixed it on mine so not sure that is the sole cause of this.

It is an odd ball issue.
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