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The Humble Daedalic 15th Anniversary MEGA Game Bundle is now live

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More games for the weekend? Take a look over at The Humble Daedalic 15th Anniversary MEGA Game Bundle. A chance for you to complete your Daedalic collection perhaps, with quite a nice selection to pick from overall.

Interestingly, this is a bundle with only one single tier. Instead of it being split across three and sometimes four tiers Humble have bundled all the games into one single payment. As usual we highlight in bold text those that offer Linux builds.

For £9.30 you get:

  • Anna's Quest
  • Deponia
  • Deponia Doomsday
  • Chaos on Deponia
  • Goodbye Deponia
  • Edna & Harvey: Harvey's New Eyes
  • Fire: Unghs Quest
  • Silence
  • State of Mind
  • The Whispered World Special Edition
  • A New Beginning - Final Cut
  • A Year Of Rain
  • 1954 Alcatraz
  • Edna & Harvey: The Breakout
  • Blackguards
  • Blackguards 2
  • The Dark Eye: Chains of Satinav
  • The Dark Eye: Memoria
  • The Long Journey Home
  • The Night of the Rabbit

Check out the bundle here if interested. It's live until Friday, April 2.

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soulsource 19 Mar
That's an awesome bundle if you like point&click adventures.
The Deponia trilogy are definitely my favourite adventure games, and I'm thinking about playing them once more, given that I've had enough time to forget most of the story since I played them.

Currently I'm playing the two "The Dark Eye" adventures from that bundle on Nintendo Switch, and they are pretty good as well. Supposedly they run fine with Steam Play with a bit of tinkering - and given how buggy the Switch ports are, I'd expect them to actually run better with Steam Play... While having some knowledge of the Dark Eye pen&paper lore won't hurt, the two adventures don't use any RPG mechanics/rules, and explain everything in the game world. Full recommendation.

What is a bit sad is that Edna & Harvey: The Breakout is not the anniversary edition, which would have official Linux support... On the other hand, the original version of that game was written in Java, and I was playing it "natively" on Linux a long time ago, simply by installing the Windows version, and launching it with the Linux Java runtime. Unless something weird happened, I would expect that to also work with the version from this bundle.

Long story short: That's a bundle I would buy immediately, if I wouldn't already own most of the games...
Phlebiac 20 Mar
Quoting: soulsourceLong story short: That's a bundle I would buy immediately, if I wouldn't already own most of the games...

I was surprised to find that I already own every single one of them... :-)

I haven't played all of them, but I also love the Deponia series; Night of the Rabbit was what I played most recently, and it worked just fine via Proton. I'll have to get around to the "Dark Eye" ones; thanks for the recommendation.
slaapliedje 20 Mar
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Ha, Yeah I bet I own every single one as well. I usually will buy the bundle anyhow as some goes to Charity, and then I give away the keys.
The_Aquabat 20 Mar
State of Mind great game I recommend it.
poiuz 20 Mar
I really don't get why Humble Bundle stopped providing DRM free bundles. Most games you can buy DRM free from the store & some others were previously available in other bundles.
vv221 20 Mar
A fully Steam-exclusive bundle, while as far as I know all proposed games have DRM-free versions available?
If I wanted to buy Steam keys I would actually browse Steam, not Humble Bundle…
Pangaea 20 Mar
Quoting: vv221A fully Steam-exclusive bundle, while as far as I know all proposed games have DRM-free versions available?
If I wanted to buy Steam keys I would actually browse Steam, not Humble Bundle…
Exact same problem I have with them. At this point I don't really understand why they exist, if their only purpose is to sell steam keys.

I miss the Humble Bundle of yesteryear (err, many years), that had games themselves, and they were DRM Free too. That is why I bought games there. This current version of HB is irrelevant.
Liam Dawe 20 Mar
Quoting: PangaeaExact same problem I have with them. At this point I don't really understand why they exist, if their only purpose is to sell steam keys.
They exist because it's a business and it does well. Faced with buying from Steam or buying a bundle from Humble and getting lots of games together? They sell tons.
Pangaea 20 Mar
That's nice... for steam.
vv221 21 Mar
Quoting: Liam DaweThey exist because it's a business and it does well.
So well that they had to sell themselves to IGN?
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