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Pick up some more games in the Aspyr 25th Anniversary Bundle

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More games to end your weekend? Why not. Humble Bundle has a fresh one up with the Aspyr 25th Anniversary Bundle.

A usual mixture of games that have native builds, along with some that work well in Steam Play Proton. Some older native ports probably work better with Proton though. Here's what you can get from it:

  • BioShock Infinite (and the Season Pass) - Linux native
  • Borderlands: The Handsome Collection - Linux native
  • Fahrenheit: Indigo Prophecy Remastered - Linux native
  • Layers of Fear: Masterpiece Edition - Linux native
  • Sid Meier's Civilization: Beyond Earth - Linux native
  • Lightmatter - works with Proton
  • Morkredd - works with Proton

Check out the full bundle if interested.

Humble also has these still going:

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pete910 Oct 31, 2021
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Wish they'd patch Borderlands with the HD pack ect so it's compatible with the win version
StalePopcorn Nov 3, 2021
Quoting: pete910Wish they'd patch Borderlands with the HD pack ect so it's compatible with the win version
It doesn't work in Proton?
pete910 Nov 3, 2021
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Quoting: pete910Wish they'd patch Borderlands with the HD pack ect so it's compatible with the win version
It doesn't work in Proton?

Last time I tried it ran crap compared to native for me, The point is I would rather they update the native client tbh
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