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Get some quality games in the Action Roguelikes bundle from Humble

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Start your week with a bang because Humble Bundle has put up some good stuff in the Action Roguelikes Bundle. Here's your look at Steam Deck / Desktop Linux compatibility.

To save you clicking around below you'll see the expected compatibility for each title on Steam Deck and Linux desktop, along with any ProtonDB rating and noting any Native Linux versions available. Plus each is a Steam link, so you can go see more info on each if you need to.

Barony - steam deck verified Deck Verified, Linux Native

Lumencraft - steam deck verified Deck Verified, Linux Native

Paint the Town Redsteam deck verified Deck Verified, Linux Native

CRYPTARK - steam deck verified Deck Verified, Linux Native

Dead Estatesteam deck verified Deck Verified, ProtonDB Gold

Wall World - steam deck verified Deck Verified, ProtonDB Platinum

God Of Weapons - steam deck playable Deck Playable, ProtonDB Gold

GUNHEAD (40% off Coupon)  - No Ratings

See the full bundle here.

Also see: The China Indies bundle with My Time at Portia, Sailing Era, Sands of Salazar and more!

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anewson Nov 20
Cryptark is criminally underrated; it's an action roguelike with very cool heist-planning mechanics.
Eri Nov 21
Quoting: anewsonCryptark is criminally underrated; it's an action roguelike with very cool heist-planning mechanics.
Hmmm it comes with the 1 item bundle for 1€. I'm not a big fan of autoscroll bullethells like R-Type or Sine Mora but I liked Furi or Enter the Gungeon. For the cost of a snack I will take the risk, what you said about preparing the run like it's a heist got me intrigued.
anewson Nov 21
Quoting: Eri
Quoting: anewsonCryptark is criminally underrated; it's an action roguelike with very cool heist-planning mechanics.
Hmmm it comes with the 1 item bundle for 1€. I'm not a big fan of autoscroll bullethells like R-Type or Sine Mora but I liked Furi or Enter the Gungeon. For the cost of a snack I will take the risk, what you said about preparing the run like it's a heist got me intrigued.

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I promise you will like it, If you don't have fun I will paypal you 1eur hahahah
Eri Nov 22
Quoting: anewson<3 <3
I promise you will like it, If you don't have fun I will paypal you 1eur hahahah
Exactly what you said, I played 2 hours yesterday and I had a lot of fun, even when I lost money on the run . Balancing the loadout cost according to the objectives can be tricky but, correct me if I'm wrong, most of the times is better to start with excess than having to resupply in the middle of the run.
anewson Nov 24
Quoting: EriExactly what you said, I played 2 hours yesterday and I had a lot of fun, even when I lost money on the run . Balancing the loadout cost according to the objectives can be tricky but, correct me if I'm wrong, most of the times is better to start with excess than having to resupply in the middle of the run.
yeah iirc the mid-run resupplies are expensive... damn now I want to reinstall it.
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