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The Humble Explore & Expand Bundle is live with plenty of space strategy

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In need of even more games? The Humble Explore & Expand Bundle is live now with a selection of space sci-fi strategy and action for you.

Ah, my favourite mix of genres. Space, sci-fi and strategy. I am a self-confessed huge space nerd, so a bundle of games like this is right up my street. The Linux-supported titles are great in this bundle but there's not many of them in total, it's a small bundle. Here's what to expect from it.

For the minimum payment £0.75 / $1:

  • Halcyon 6: Lightspeed Edition (Linux support)
  • Rain of Reflections: Chapter 1
  • Sins of a Solar Empire: Trinity

If you beat the average you get:

  • Starpoint Gemini Warlords
  • Galactic Civilizations III + multiple expansions

With the final tier at £7.47 having:

  • Stellaris - Galaxy Edition (Linux support), which gives you nice extras like the soundtrack, a novel and more

For Stellaris, that's actually one of the best prices we've seen for it (and lower than Steam's own best historical low price). Especially for that edition of the game too, making it a perfect time to grab it even if you're only getting the bundle for Stellaris. It's easily one of my own personal favourites.

It will be running until December 15th, 2020. If any of that interests you, find the bundle here.

You should also check out The Yogscast Jingle Jam 2020 Bundle too.

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eldaking 1 Dec, 2020
Hmm, Sins of a Solar Empire should work perfectly with Proton/Wine - though this is the older, outdated version (of a game that is already old-ish): I have only tried with the newer one, Rebellion. It is a nice game, an even mix of 4X with RTS.

GalCiv 3 is a good game with a few expansions, but very borked. Stellaris is the main attraction, though I see it at a level of USD10+ so not better than normal.
TheBard 2 Dec, 2020
Stellaris is such a great game, it stole so much of my sleeping time but it was a delight. Even after 150 hours on the game, I'm still discovering things.
CFWhitman 2 Dec, 2020
I already have Halcyon 6: Lightspeed Edition and regular Stellaris from some kind of bundle or sale previously. I don't think getting the Galaxy Edition or the Windows stuff is enough for me to be interested in this bundle.
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