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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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Liam Dawe 21 Mar
Quoting: vv221
Quoting: Liam DaweThey exist because it's a business and it does well.
So well that they had to sell themselves to IGN?
IGN wouldn't have bought them if it was a failure.
slaapliedje 21 Mar
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Quoting: Liam Dawe
Quoting: vv221
Quoting: Liam DaweThey exist because it's a business and it does well.
So well that they had to sell themselves to IGN?
IGN wouldn't have bought them if it was a failure.
Well it was after IGN bought them that the became a Steam Sale site, right? Not that I mind cheap games.
Liam Dawe 21 Mar
Quoting: slaapliedje
Quoting: Liam Dawe
Quoting: vv221
Quoting: Liam DaweThey exist because it's a business and it does well.
So well that they had to sell themselves to IGN?
IGN wouldn't have bought them if it was a failure.
Well it was after IGN bought them that the became a Steam Sale site, right? Not that I mind cheap games.
Uh, no. They're also not a Steam sale site. They sell keys for GOG, Steam, Epic, Uplay and even the Nintendo Switch on top of all the regular bundles for games, ebooks and all sorts.
Pit 21 Mar
Quoting: Liam DaweUh, no. They're also not a Steam sale site. They sell keys for GOG, Steam, Epic, Uplay and even the Nintendo Switch on top of all the regular bundles for games, ebooks and all sorts.

Oh, I wasn't aware they now even sell GOG keys!? That might make them interesting again to me.
But TBH, they lost me as a customer already quite some years back, even though I had been a strong supporter from their very first days on...
soulsource 21 Mar
Quoting: Pit
Quoting: Liam DaweUh, no. They're also not a Steam sale site. They sell keys for GOG, Steam, Epic, Uplay and even the Nintendo Switch on top of all the regular bundles for games, ebooks and all sorts.

Oh, I wasn't aware they now even sell GOG keys!? That might make them interesting again to me.
But TBH, they lost me as a customer already quite some years back, even though I had been a strong supporter from their very first days on...

Yeah, it's sad that they basically abandoned Linux porting. Back in the days, if you wanted to be in their bundles, you had to supply a Linux build. Now it's just if you want to be in a Humble Indie Bundle, which have been strangely absent on their site for quite some time now...
DrMcCoy 21 Mar
Yeah, would have been great if the whole catalog, especially the Dark Eye games, had official native Linux support
vv221 21 Mar
Quoting: slaapliedjeWell it was after IGN bought them that the became a Steam Sale site, right? Not that I mind cheap games.

I kind of remember them giving up on the DRM-free bundles in favour of Steam keys bundles a couple years before the IGN buyout, but it might be worth double-checking.


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slaapliedje 22 Mar
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Quoting: Liam Dawe
Quoting: slaapliedje
Quoting: Liam Dawe
Quoting: vv221
Quoting: Liam DaweThey exist because it's a business and it does well.
So well that they had to sell themselves to IGN?
IGN wouldn't have bought them if it was a failure.
Well it was after IGN bought them that the became a Steam Sale site, right? Not that I mind cheap games.
Uh, no. They're also not a Steam sale site. They sell keys for GOG, Steam, Epic, Uplay and even the Nintendo Switch on top of all the regular bundles for games, ebooks and all sorts.
I've been subscribed to it for years, and while I do see the random Epic or Uplay bundle (they're generally specific to the bundles) they are all Steam key bundles.

Now they do sell keys for gog, etc. But I only ever buy bundles there. And yeah they have had one Switch bundle I think I got? And I generally buy the ebook ones (I have so many ebooks now that I'll never read...)

I didn't mean my statement in 'they only sell Steam keys' I meant they stopped doing DRM-free for all the things, and instead you get Steam keys.
whizse 22 Mar
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Quoting: slaapliedjeAnd I generally buy the ebook ones (I have so many ebooks now that I'll never read...)
The ebooks are all DRM-free?
slaapliedje 22 Mar
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Quoting: slaapliedjeAnd I generally buy the ebook ones (I have so many ebooks now that I'll never read...)
The ebooks are all DRM-free?
Yeah, I've never seen them have DRM.
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