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This great bundle of Native Linux games will tease your brain

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Want some games that will test your brain and perhaps help you learn a little in the process? The Level Up and Learn: Programming Games bundle from Humble Bundle will do just that.

This is actually a pretty darn good selection, probably one of the nicest indie bundlings they've done for some time! Another fun fact for you: all games included have Native Linux versions too, which is pretty rare for an entire bundle like this.

Here's what you can get:

Learning Factory

  • steam deck verified Deck Unrated


  • steam deck verified Deck Playable

while True: learn()

  • steam deck verified Deck Verified

7 Billion Humans

  • steam deck verified Deck Verified

Human Resource Machine

  • steam deck verified Deck Verified


  • steam deck verified Deck Playable


  • steam deck verified Deck Unsupported

Check out the bundle here.

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Eike 3 Sep, 2022
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Quoteall games included have Native Linux versions

2015 called and wants its Humble Bundle back!

Last edited by Eike on 3 September 2022 at 7:07 pm UTC
syxbit 3 Sep, 2022
Quoting: Eike
Quoteall games included have Native Linux versions

2015 called and wants his Humble Bundle back!
yep. but those were the days of native games on humble. Now so much just relies on proton :(
Hamish 3 Sep, 2022
Quoting: Eike2015 called and wants its Humble Bundle back!
Are they not all Steam keys though?
Ivancillo 4 Sep, 2022
Native Linux games...

Well, that's the better we've received in many time.

What I really miss are Humble DRM Free bundles. The way it started it all.

Now Humble Bundle is a mere Steam keys reseller.

For that, I'm only buying book bundles since several years.
okasion 5 Sep, 2022
Done and done

believe me guys, it's important to support this bundles so these stores (and developers too!) pay more attention to NATIVE built Linux games, and devs don't get lazy and rely always on Proton

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