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Humble extends their End of Summer Sale, here's some of the best Linux games

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Humble Store is doing an encore for their End of Summer Sale, which will now run until September 14 so you can get big discounts on lots of games.

Time to pick up something for the weekend perhaps?

Here's some of the noteworthy Linux games from bigger teams discounted:

Some great indie hits you should look at too:

Full sale can be found here.

Additionally, as a quick reminder they also have some bundles still going worth a look:

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Ehvis Sep 11, 2020
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I still find it surprising that I sometimes see games that I've never seen before. In this case it's "A Good Snowman Is Hard To Build" that I managed to miss completely. It shows that it is always good to check out these articles.
denyasis Sep 11, 2020
Dying Light looks really interesting to me. Any thoughts? I'm trying to find a few games to stream via my link and play with a stream controller
Anza Sep 12, 2020
Quoting: denyasisDying Light looks really interesting to me. Any thoughts? I'm trying to find a few games to stream via my link and play with a stream controller

Dying Light is great. Editions are bit confusing as The Following is actually DLC, but Humble description clearly describes that the base game is included. So linked one seem to be full package after all.

Anyway, in short Dying Light is zombie game with parkour. Parkour itself makes already quite big difference as zombies are attracted by noise, so simply fighting your way to the place you're going will result being surrounded by more and more zombies. That all changes once you maxed out your skills and have pretty good weapons. But even then, it's better to largely try to avoid the zombies as they will just slow you down.

So it's good fun. When you have maxed everything out, there's still stuff to do, like bounties. On top of that there are also events now and then, which can give a excuse to go back and kill more zombies.
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