Want to complete your Cities: Skylines collection or get started with pretty much everything you need? Check out the new Cities: Skylines - Colossal Collection Bundle. Looks to be a pretty great deal overall for a game you can easily spend absolutely thousands of hours in.

What you get:

  • Cities: Skylines
  • Deluxe Edition Upgrade
  • After Dark
  • Snowfall
  • Natural Disasters
  • Mass Transit
  • Concerts
  • Green Cities
  • Parklife
  • Industries
  • Campus
  • Sunset Harbor
  • + Various Content Creator Packs and Radio stations

Seriously, don't sleep on this if for some reason you still don't own it. By far the best city-builder available.

Check out the bundle if interested.

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Quoting: JJNovaDoes anyone know how "Native" this "Native Linux" bundle is? The last time I bought something from Humble it was just a bunch of Steam keys, and I was disappointed by that.
Those two things seem unrelated, though. Like, you could buy something that was just a bunch of Steam keys . . . which gave you access to games on Steam which were Native Linux games. So in this case, if this bundle gave you Steam keys, they would be keys to Cities: Skylines (and its DLC), which is a native Linux game.
So I guess I'm saying I don't understand the question.

Last edited by Purple Library Guy on 30 May 2022 at 1:25 pm UTC
tohur 3 Jun
Just got this for $20 had the base game deluxe and after dark so would have cost me over $200 to get the rest of the DLC.. now $28 will get me the rest lol. great buy if you own the game
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