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Humble Bundle has some awesome puzzle games in this latest bundle

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Oh now this is a good selection! Some really fantastic puzzle games available in the Mind-Bending Masterpieces Humble Bundle. So here's all the info you need.

As usual I will give you easy to read compatibility for Steam Deck and Desktop Linux via Deck Verified, ProtonDB and Native Linux listings. Each is also a Steam link to grab more info if you need before purchasing.

Included in the bundle are:

The Talos Principle: Gold Edition - steam deck playable Deck Playable / Native Linux

The Witness - steam deck playable Deck Playable / ProtonDB Gold

The Pedestrian - steam deck playable Deck Playable / Native Linux

Patrick's Parabox - steam deck playable Deck Playable / Native Linux

Taiji - steam deck verified Deck Verified / ProtonDB Platinum

Manifold Garden - steam deck verified Deck Verified / ProtonDB Platinum

Superliminal - steam deck verified Deck Verified / Native Linux

Check out the full bundle here.

This bundle supports the The Global Foodbanking Network charity.

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Just blew my money on a new monitor before seeing this :/
Sooo good, a few games on my wishlist so instant buy.
Anza Feb 11
I have played few of these, not totally sure if what I don't already have makes worthwhile bundle me. I have so far avoided getting The Talos Principle, so at least that would be an excuse to get the bundle.

Superliminal, is quite good, even when it doesn't beat Portal. It just keeps things fresh for the whole game.

The Witness is puzzle game in a lush environment, but mostly your just staring at screens. You have to figure out the puzzle mechanics on your own and that was bit too much for me.

The Pedestrian is nice puzzle platformer, with different perspective. If the Witness about staring at the screens, in this one you're staring at street signs.
tuubi Feb 11
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Quoting: AnzaI have played few of these, not totally sure if what I don't already have makes worthwhile bundle me. I have so far avoided getting The Talos Principle, so at least that would be an excuse to get the bundle.
The Talos Principle is one of the best first person puzzlers ever made. Definitely worth playing. And the Road to Gehenna DLC is excellent.
morbius Feb 11
Fortunately, I didn't have any of these games before, so the purchase was really a no-brainer. Even if you already have some bundled game, keys are individual and you can easily trade away your duplicates for something else you want. Good games that are rarely bundled are always in high demand at the trade market.
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