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Humble 1C Publishing Bundle is up with some quality Linux gaming inside

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Another game bundle is here, this time it's the Humble 1C Publishing Bundle which comes with some pretty great Linux gaming titles ready for you.

With this bundle, we will highlight in bold those that offer Linux versions. Starting with the initial tier that has you pay $1/£0.76 to get:

  • Gift of Parthax
  • Devil's Hunt
  • Haimrik
  • 7.62 High Calibre + Hard Life
  • Shiny

It gets a bit more interesting with the next tier, that needs you to beat the average payment:

  • Codex of Victory
  • Realpolitiks
  • Eternity: The Last Unicorn
  • Through the Woods
  • Quantum Replica
  • Re-Legion

Next tier at $12 / £9.13 will give you access to:

  • Conglomerate 451
  • Fell Seal: Arbiter's Mark
  • Stygian: Reign of the Old Ones
  • Deep Sky Derelicts + Deep Sky Derelicts - New Prospects

Even if you just go for that tier, the turn-based tactics game Fell Seal: Arbiter's Mark is probably one of the best available on PC so the bundle is honestly worth it for that alone especially since it's usually £23.99 by itself!

They do have a final tier at $18 / £13.64 with:

  • Fell Seal: Arbiter's Mark - Missions and Monsters
  • Ancestors Legacy + 2 DLC

See the full bundle here.

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3 comments

Cyril 2 Sep, 2020
Not a single game DRM-Free even 10 of them are available at least on GOG...
Cybolic 2 Sep, 2020
Quoting: CyrilNot a single game DRM-Free even 10 of them are available at least on GOG...
I don't know the numbers, but I'd be very surprised if all of them require SteamWorks to run - my guess is that most of them are in fact DRM-free.
robvv 2 Sep, 2020
Quoting: CyrilNot a single game DRM-Free even 10 of them are available at least on GOG...

A gentle reminder that most Linux games can be made DRM-free simply by dropping the Goldberg Emulator in the appropriate directory (Feral being a notable exception). This is all perfectly legitimate.

Some games have a baked-in Steam stub, which causes problems, but these are not so common.
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