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Here's something to keep you going for a little while, the Humble tinyBuild Bundle 2019 went live today and it has plenty of Linux games.

If you pick the lowest tier at $1 you will get:

  • Punch Club
  • The Final Station
  • Diaries of a Spaceport Janitor (not on Linux - only one "Platinum" Steam Play rating, no others rated yet)
  • SpeedRunners

If you wish to dig a little deeper for more than the average payment, you will get access to:

  • Hello Neighbor (not on Linux - "Platinum" Steam Play rating)
  • Streets of Rogue (one of my favourites!)
  • ClusterTruck
  • Party Hard + Party Hard: High Crimes DLC

Finally, for the top $13 tier you get:

  • Party Hard 2 (not on Linux - "Silver" Steam Play rating)
  • Graveyard Keeper

You have just under 14 days to decide if you want to pick up a copy. Check out the Humble tinyBuild Bundle 2019 here.

Actually not bad at all, worth it alone just for Streets of Rogue which costs quite a bit more than this bundle! The Final Station is also quite highly rated amongst users.

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drlamb 21 May, 2019
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Nezchan 22 May, 2019
I'd be interested for Streets of Rogue and Graveyard Keeper, but on the other hand I have enough games on my plate right now so it'd be a long time before I got around to either. So in the near term, better not to.
Phlebiac 22 May, 2019
Quoting: drlamb
Spoiler, click me

Thanks for sharing! You didn't say what these were, and since I already have all of them, the keys should still be available, unless someone else snagged them: Punch Club, The Final Station, and Party Hard.
g000h 22 May, 2019
Tempted, but already own 5 of the titles, and of the remaining ones (not owned) there are 3 non-Linux titles. Meanwhile, I'm on the verge of pausing my Humble Monthly subscription again, as the Early Reveal isn't for Linux and isn't a title I'm interested in.
ixo 22 May, 2019
tier 1 one is interesting for me, The Final Station will test
dpanter 22 May, 2019
Party Hard 1, Party Hard 2 and The Final Station - confirmed excellent games. Well worth the prices, plus some other really good ones... this bundle gets a well earned recommendation from me!

PS. Last time I tried Party Hard 2 with Proton it ran perfectly with the small niggle that the story videos don't show any actual video. Game is perfectly playable without them fyi.

Last edited by dpanter on 22 May 2019 at 6:29 pm UTC
RanceJustice 23 May, 2019
Definitely some great games here and a fantastic value for $13!

I should also mention that Party Hard 2's developer has stated Linux support is planned, but (like Mac) there hasn't been a particular timetable or recent update on progress. Given that the first title delivered Linux support, I expect the second will come even if it takes awhile While I look forward to it, it would be nice if future Proton builds allow full compatibility including story/videos.
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