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Love your roguelikes? Humble have a nice little package waiting for you to pick up with the Humble Remarkable Roguelikes Bundle that's now live.

Following on from the rather good Humble Choice for August, and the also quite good Humble RPG Heroes Bundle they're back again. It certainly seems like Humble have recently started putting out some better game bundles.

Here's what you can pick up in this latest set:

  • Curious Expedition - Linux native
  • EVERSPACE - Linux native
  • Heroes of Hammerwatch - Linux native
  • Hero Siege - Linux native
  • Dungreed - has a Linux native build but not advertised, also works with Proton
  • Blazing Beaks - playable with Proton
  • SYNTHETIK: Legion Rising - has issues with crashing when played with Proton

Check out the full bundle if interested.

I'm a big fan of EVERSPACE, as it has some seriously good-looking space scenes along with furious combat. If you still don't own it, this is a good chance to get it before diving into the second game.

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5 comments

Julius 4 Aug
Everspace alone is worth this one, but sadly it looks like Everspace2 is diverting significantly from the rogue-like formula that made the first one remarkable. Lets see...
Anza 4 Aug
Everspace was fun until I found some ancient ruins. I killed tough enemy there which in turn exploded as black hole (if I remember correctly). I didn't play many times after that.

Though to be fair, whole scenario in Everspace is typical for rogue-lites :)
Quoting: AnzaEverspace was fun until I found some ancient ruins. I killed tough enemy there which in turn exploded as black hole (if I remember correctly). I didn't play many times after that.

Though to be fair, whole scenario in Everspace is typical for rogue-lites :)
It's possible to survive the black hole, if you react fast enough - it only lasts for a few seconds before it winks out. The rewards for doing it are a major part of the game's progression.
Quoting: JuliusEverspace alone is worth this one, but sadly it looks like Everspace2 is diverting significantly from the rogue-like formula that made the first one remarkable. Lets see...

I guess it's a matter of taste. I loved everything about Everspace EXCEPT that it was a roguelike.
zikzak 5 Aug
What a pity. Not a single one is DRM-free. Only Steam keys. I pass.
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