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Humble's Roguelike Deckbuilders Bundle is back for a limited time

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Humble Bundle continue bringing back popular bundles for a limited time and the next is Luck of the Draw: Roguelike Deckbuilders Encore. Only live for 48 hours (about 29 hours left at publishing time) so act fast if any of the included games interest you. This time though one game from before was swapped out with Banners of Ruin - Collection replacing Beneath Oresa.

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.

Luck be a Landlord

  • steam deck verified Steam Deck Verified
  • Linux Native

Dicey Dungeons

  • steam deck verified Steam Deck Verified
  • Linux Native

Fights in Tight Spaces

  • steam deck verified Steam Deck Verified
  • ProtonDB Gold

Tainted Grail: Conquest

  • steam deck verified Steam Deck Verified
  • Linux Native

Banners of Ruin - Collection

  • steam deck verified Steam Deck Playable
  • ProtonDB Platinum

Chrono Ark

  • steam deck verified Steam Deck Playable
  • ProtonDB Gold

Plus you also get 25% off Humble Choice included with it.

Check out the full bundle here.

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GetBeaned Dec 10, 2023
I was playing Dicey Dungeons on my phone a few months ago and I found the differences between classes really impressive. Each one totally changes the way you play the game, their mechanics often feel like mini games within themselves.

Didn't get very far though outside the starting character. Each one is progressively more complex than the next and the game was whooping my arse. Highly recommend it though.
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