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Humble serves up a fresh plate of games in Humble Choice September

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Ready to grab even more games? The monthly curated bundle Humble Choice has a fresh plate of games ready to claim for subscribers.

This is the bundle that replaced Humble Monthly, where you pay for whatever tier you feel is the best value to get access to the Humble Trove (a ton of DRM-free games), a discount at the Humble Store and the ability to claim Steam keys for multiple top titles. It's usually a mix of native Linux games and some that work with Steam Play Proton.

Here's what you can get for September:

  • FRAMED Collection - has a native Linux build
  • Fort Triumph - has a native Linux build
  • Orwell: Ignorance is Strength - has a native Linux build
  • Atomicrops - works with Steam Play Proton
  • Heaven's Vault - works with Steam Play Proton
  • Narita Boy - works with Steam Play Proton
  • Neon Abyss - works with Steam Play Proton
  • Not For Broadcast - doesn't work with Steam Play Proton last we saw
  • PGA Tour 2K21 - doesn't work with Steam Play Proton last we saw
  • Röki - works with Steam Play Proton
  • Swag and Sorcery - didn't work well with with Steam Play Proton last we saw
  • West of Dead - works with Steam Play Proton

Head over to Humble Choice if any interest you.

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4 comments

Anza 7 Sep
I own two out of three Linux natives, so I paused this month. Those who haven't tried FRAMED, it's worth a look. It's a puzzle game that looks bit like a animated comic book and the arrangement of the panels affects the outcome. It gets bit tricky when you progress, so I have never actually finished it.


Last edited by Anza on 8 September 2021 at 6:18 pm UTC
CatKiller 7 Sep
The art style is super cool. It's one that I'm planning on getting back to on the Deck: I think the touch screen is going to feel very natural for it.
hummer010 7 Sep
That's a pause for me. I own 2 of the 3 Linux games, and the one I'm missing, Framed, is pretty inexpensive, so I should be able to pick it up on sale for less than a month of Choice.
Phlebiac 8 Sep
The monthly selection has been looking more and more indie - not necessarily a bad thing, but not much to grab your attention, either.
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