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No hammer or nails needed for the Humble Builder Bundle now live

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The Humble Builder Bundle just went live with a couple of nice Linux games included, another chance to get a good deal.

For the $1 mark you can get:

  • Tricky Towers - Linux support
  • When Ski Lifts Go Wrong
  • Concrete Jungle

If you pay more than the average you will also get:

  • Bridge Constructor Portal - Linux support
  • SEUM: Speedrunners from Hell - Linux support
  • Portal Knights

The final tier at $10 is for Staxel which does not have Linux support and according to ProtonDB it doesn't work with Steam Play either.

For the games that do have Linux support in this bundle, it's a good deal. I'm very fond of Bridge Constructor Portal, I had an absolute blast with that one when it came out originally. I've always wanted to try Tricky Towers too, so for me at $1 that's a bit of a no-brainer really. If you're competitive, SEUM: Speedrunners from Hell is actually really good too, a fast-paced 3D platformer and it is very challenging.

See the full bundle here.

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MichaelDN 18 Sep, 2019
So many game so little time! Added six more to my collection.. of game to play later..
chr 18 Sep, 2019
I recommend Tricky Towers for local multiplayer (couch gaming) especially with friends who are on the casual end of gaming spectrum or completely new to games.
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