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Humble have put up a fresh Humble Monthly bundle and this time around, it's actually a pretty good deal again.

The two games you can play instantly are:

  • Surviving Mars - Linux supported
  • Kingdom Come: Deliverance - "Silver" rating for Steam Play (ProtonDB)

Even with the Steam Summer Sale right now, Surviving Mars by itself is just under $11 so to get those two games, plus a bunch more when the rest unlock on August 2nd is a sweet deal. Surviving Mars is brilliant by itself, spent tons of hours in it!

Additionally, it does also give access to the Humble Trove as always, which allows you to download a ton (47 Linux supported at last count) of DRM-free games.

For $12, not bad at all. Head over to the Humble Monthly if you're at all interested.

Some of you might also be interested in the Open Source Bookshelf Book Bundle.

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g000h 5 Jul, 2019
I grabbed the (just ended) July Subscription and very happy that I did:

Hellblade: Senua's Sacrifice (early reveal) - should work fine on Proton
Moonlighter (early reveal) - Linux
...
Road Redemption - Linux - yay, a wishlist item fulfilled.
Warhammer 40000 Mechanicus - Linux
Love is dead - Windows
60 Parsecs - Windows
Naori, Tower of Shirin - Windows

Probably will get the August subscription, because both early reveals are very appealing to me.
- Kingdom Come: Deliverance - well, I hope I can play it with Proton - it is absolutely my type of game
- Surviving Mars - Linux (yay!)
Liam Dawe 5 Jul, 2019
Quoting: g000hI grabbed the (just ended) July Subscription and very happy that I did:

Hellblade: Senua's Sacrifice (early reveal) - should work fine on Proton
Moonlighter (early reveal) - Linux
...
Road Redemption - Linux - yay, a wishlist item fulfilled.
Warhammer 40000 Mechanicus - Linux
Love is dead - Windows
60 Parsecs - Windows
Naori, Tower of Shirin - Windows
There's also the Humble Original game "Kind Words" that released brand new with it, has Linux support.
Ehvis 5 Jul, 2019
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Kingdom Come: Deliverance is apparently hard on the frames with Proton. From what I remember from youtube, it especially likes CPU power.
morbius 5 Jul, 2019
Hellblade: Senua's Sacrifice works great in Proton, and that's the reason I got this bundle, but unfortunately, the game is a disappointment for me. Both combat and puzzling failed to impress me so far. There is a lot of style to the game, but in this case style didn't triumph over substance. I understand why this game had to be confusing and annoying, it's a game about mental illness after all, but it does nothing to help me want to play it. I'll endure a bit more, maybe it gets better as I go, but I doubt it.

Warhammer 40,000: Mechanicus is a pleasent surprise, didn't even know it has Linux client. Looks like my kind of thing, I spent more time on TBS than any other games. On the down side, I know nothing about Warhammer 40,000 universe.

The rest I'll probably just trade away. Road Redemption does look sweet, but I doubt it would hold my attention for more than 15 minutes. I'll skip the next month, not for me.


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Tuxee 5 Jul, 2019
Quoting: g000hI grabbed the (just ended) July Subscription and very happy that I did:

Hellblade: Senua's Sacrifice (early reveal) - should work fine on Proton

Not "should". It works flawlessly.

QuoteLove is dead - Windows

So far again no problems with Proton.
Chronarius 5 Jul, 2019
Great! Just bought "Surviving Mars" a few days ago :><:
14 5 Jul, 2019
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Quoting: g000hI grabbed the (just ended) July Subscription and very happy that I did:
Warhammer 40000 Mechanicus - Linux
WHAT! Gah, I'll have to see if anyone is trading that away. I want it!

As far as this bundle goes... I want Surviving Mars but I want the First Colony Edition (on sale of course). Even still, I am saving up my money for some dirt bike parts.
Morguldir 6 Jul, 2019
Something to note about Surviving Mars and the Deluxe Editions, if you purchase this humble monthly bundle you get the base game, but you will still have to pay the same price for the Deluxe Edition and First Colony Edition. Meanwhile they say that Valve gets too much money and complain about linux sales declining.
Phlebiac 6 Jul, 2019
Quoting: MorguldirSomething to note about Surviving Mars and the Deluxe Editions, if you purchase this humble monthly bundle you get the base game, but you will still have to pay the same price for the Deluxe Edition and First Colony Edition.

Yeah, I noticed (and was annoyed by) that, too. I thought I could get a cheaper upgrade to First Colony Edition, but nope. Paradox did the same with Stellaris and the "Starter Pack" - learn to use the bundle feature, guys!
scaine 6 Jul, 2019
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Quoting: morbiusHellblade: Senua's Sacrifice works great in Proton, and that's the reason I got this bundle, but unfortunately, the game is a disappointment for me. Both combat and puzzling failed to impress me so far. There is a lot of style to the game, but in this case style didn't triumph over substance. I understand why this game had to be confusing and annoying, it's a game about mental illness after all, but it does nothing to help me want to play it. I'll endure a bit more, maybe it gets better as I go, but I doubt it.
I loved Hellblade and completed it over a weekend in two sittings. Loved the combat and thought the puzzle elements were incredibly well done - only one frustrating experience and a "doh!" moment when I solved it. Beautiful game, great experience.

Quoting: morbiusWarhammer 40,000: Mechanicus is a pleasent surprise, didn't even know it has Linux client. Looks like my kind of thing, I spent more time on TBS than any other games. On the down side, I know nothing about Warhammer 40,000 universe.
I very recently commented that I was about to buy this game! I held off and I'm delighted I did, since this is a real gem for a Humble Monthly. Looking forward to playing it

Quoting: morbiusThe rest I'll probably just trade away. Road Redemption does look sweet, but I doubt it would hold my attention for more than 15 minutes. I'll skip the next month, not for me.
Haha! Me too. I already have Surviving Mars and I have no interest in supporting the Kingdom Come devs with even a paltry Humble Monthly download - these guys kickstarted their game with the promise of Linux support, then unceremoniously decided to shaft us... I mean, the duplicity of it was staggering. Here's their response after THREE YEARS of non-delivery, despite the initial promise:

QuoteWe have no specific information for Linux/Mac unfortunately, even the analysis of the engine would take several months to have complete.

So, they promised Linux support fraudulently to gain interest and groundswell, then admitted three years later that they hadn't even done an analysis on their engine for Linux support. Total scum, imo. They found time to add consoles though. Funny that, eh?

Just as an aside, I found it funny how convoluted Humble make it to pause your subscription to the Humble Monthly. I wasn't exactly counting, but I think they ask "are you sure??" about 3 or 4 times in inventively different ways! You'll lose your 10% discount... are you sure? You'll not have access to the July games... are you sure? Here's a $2 discount this month... are you sure? :)
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