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It's almost midweek, time to refresh that gaming collection of yours with The Humble Great GameMaker Games Bundle that has some Linux games available.

If you pay only the minimum, you will get access to:

  • Cook, Serve, Delicious!
  • Blackhole

If you dig a little deeper to pay more than the average it gives you:

  • Cook, Serve, Delicious! 2!!
  • Plus games not on Linux: Kingsway, kuso and Solstice

Finally, the top tier at $12 has:

  • Way of the Passive Fist
  • Crashlands
  • 12 is Better Than 6
  • Don't Sink
  • Plus games not on Linux: Alone With You, Rivals of Aether and Soft Body

Have a look at the bundle here if it sounds like your thing.

I'm quite a fan of the Cook, Serve, Delicious games with their addictive gameplay and our contributor Flesk was a big fan of Blackhole when mentioning it here on GOL before. I've personally wanted to try Don't Sink for a while, so this is a good time to do so.

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Nezchan 12 Feb, 2019
Hmm. The only thing I'd actually be interested in is Crashlands. Guess I'll be sitting this one out.
g000h 13 Feb, 2019
Interested in a couple of those titles, but....

1) Already own 5 of them.

2) Just bought 18 titles in the recent Steam sale. (Plus a couple elsewhere.)

I think I'll probably pass on this bundle, heh.
cprn 13 Feb, 2019
It's the late problem with Humble Bundles. Even though they seem attractive they aren't because most people already have those games. I remember the time when Humble Indy Bundles were a thing. Premiering games on Linux. Before that I maybe bought one game every few years now I have a library of over 800 titles.
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