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Humble Store has some great Linux games on sale right now

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It's coming up to the weekend, so here's a little look at some of the great games you can get for cheaps on Humble Store.

Firstly, they're running an 11 bit Publisher Sale so a bunch of their titles can be picked up with some nice discounts available like Moonlighter with 60% off or This War of Mine: Final Cut with 75% off.

They also have a bigger Simulator Sale going on with sims across different genres. Here's a few good picks from that:

Plus loads more, including various DLC if you need to expand an existing favourite. I'm also a big fan of For The King which is 60% off.

The current Humble Choice monthly sub also ends tomorrow, so if you've been on the fence about picking it up you're running out of time for the current selection which includes Two Point Hospital, Graveyard Keeper, Unrailed (has a Linux beta) and more.

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rcrit 6 Feb, 2020
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I don't know if this is new or not but I noticed that Humble is offering the Far Cry series as Uplay games and not Steam.
g000h 7 Feb, 2020
Quoting: rcritI don't know if this is new or not but I noticed that Humble is offering the Far Cry series as Uplay games and not Steam.

It's not new. Ubisoft has been using their Uplay game store client for selling and packaging their titles for years. I've seen most Ubisoft titles on Humble linking to the Uplay store. Similar to whenever I see "The Witcher 3" on Humble, it links to CDPR's GOG store (and not Steam). In each case, these games companies make available their games on Steam as well (so they don't lose customers who would only buy on Steam).

Last edited by g000h on 7 February 2020 at 4:25 am UTC
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