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Ready for more games to keep you warm this coming Winter? Check out the Paradox StrataGems Bundle and there's also a nice Humble Store Halloween sale now live.

For the bundle it's a mixture of native Linux games and a few that work well with Steam Play Proton too. Here's what's available in it:

  • Imperator Rome - Linux native
  • Prison Architect - Linux native
  • Prison Architect - Island Bound (DLC)
  • Prison Architect - Psych Ward: Warden's Edition (DLC)
  • Crusader Kings II: Dynasty Starter Pack - Linux native
  • Tyranny - Linux native
  • Knights of Pen and Paper 2 - Linux native
  • Ice Lakes - Linux native
  • Victoria II - works with Proton
  • Empire of Sin - works with Proton GE
  • Age of Wonders: Planetfall - can work with Proton Experimental but may needs some tweaks

For game developers using Unity, there's also the recent Learn Unity Game Development Bundle.

Over on the Humble Store there's also now a lot of discounts for their Halloween Sale where you can save big on the likes of 7 Days to Die, Project Zomboid, the Borderlands series, Dying Light, the HITMAN series, Wasteland 3 and plenty more.

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BielFPs 22 Oct
I wish paradox still support Magicka 2, that game could use a new sdl lib and some fixes for steam deck.
Pikolo 23 Oct
Quoting: BielFPsI wish paradox still support Magicka 2, that game could use a new sdl lib and some fixes for steam deck.
Magicka 2 was amazing. My partner loved pressing random buttons and just seeing what spell happened.
junibegood 25 Oct
Quoting: PikoloMy partner loved pressing random buttons and just seeing what spell happened.

Is there another way to play Magicka ?
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