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Stock up for Halloween in the Survive the Terror Sale on Humble

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Halloween is approach and it's the season to be spooky, or spooked? If you're in need of some scary gaming Humble Store is running a Survive the Terror Sale with some great deals.

Going through the list and picking out some good stuff for you, below is a list of some games you might want to look into. Noting their support status on Linux / Steam Deck along with any ProtonDB rating to save you some clicking around.

Here's some picks to get you going:

Outlast - 85% off - steam deck playable Deck Playable (Linux Native)

Outlast 2 - 85% off - Deck Playable (ProtonDB Platinum

Dying Light: Definitive Edition - 80% off - steam deck verified Deck Verified (Linux Native)

Penumbra Collection - 75% off - steam deck playable Deck Playable (Linux Native)

Pathologic 2 - 75% off - steam deck verified Deck Verified (ProtonDB Platinum)

SOMA - 75% off - steam deck verified Deck Verified (Linux Native)

The Coma 2: Vicious Sisters - 75% off - steam deck playable Deck Playable (Linux Native)

Aliens: Fireteam Elite - 60% off - steam deck verified Deck Verified (ProtonDB Platinum)

Moons of Madness - 60% off - steam deck verified Deck Verified (ProtonDB Gold)

Maid of Sker - 50% off - steam deck playable Deck Playable (ProtonDB Platinum)

Shadow Man Remastered - 50% off - steam deck verified Deck Verified (ProtonDB Platinum)

Check out the full sale here. The sale lasts until October 16th at 5PM UTC.

Also don't miss out on the Humble Games Bundle with Ring of Pain, Ikenfell and more.

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pedrovay2003 Oct 10, 2023
SOMA is so good. It's easily one of my favorite stories in video games (or any form of media, for that matter).

Just a heads-up for anyone who wants to play it on the Steam Deck: I had no luck getting it to run well when I was trying the native Linux version (it seemed locked to 30fps), but it ran perfectly when I tried the Windows version with Proton.
PoorPocketsMcNewHold Oct 11, 2023
Bought Dying Light Definitive Edition throught your affiliate link. Hope to like it, as i did with the original 2 first Dead Island game from the devs, once i end my week today.
(Btw, don't buy the "enhanced edition", this one just has only a couple of DLC's instead of the full deal, that the Definitive version has. Compare what it contain on Steam).
Anza Oct 14, 2023
Quoting: PoorPocketsMcNewHoldBought Dying Light Definitive Edition throught your affiliate link. Hope to like it, as i did with the original 2 first Dead Island game from the devs, once i end my week today.
(Btw, don't buy the "enhanced edition", this one just has only a couple of DLC's instead of the full deal, that the Definitive version has. Compare what it contain on Steam).

To be more exact, definitive edition is worth it only on Humble, price difference is quite small. In Steam the price difference is quite big, so there might be worth getting the enhanced edition. Both editions there contain the essentials. But at time of writing this, Steam has regular prices anyway, so might as well get the game from Humble.

If I have understood correctly definitive contains all the skin packs (they might contain sometimes bit too overpowered weapons), Hellraid (it's playable, but removes things that make Dying Light great without replacing it with anything better). I'm not sure if Cuisine and Cargo DLC is in both, but it's more of nice to have than absolute must.

Only thing that's really must is the only story expansion, The Following. The Following concludes the story in bit more satisfying way.
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