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The Humble Holiday in Space Bundle has a few nice picks

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Another week another game bundle, a chance for you to build up that collection of games with the Humble Holiday in Space Bundle out now. Running for another 10 days, it does have a few nice picks. As usual, we shall highlight in bold text those that offer Linux builds.

For the lowest £0.75 / $1 tier you get two highly rated games:

  • Tacoma
  • Space Run

Dig deeper up to beat the average payment and you also get:

  • Deep Sky Derelicts
  • Rover Mechanic Simulator
  • Siege of Centauri

There's two more tiers at £7.47 which offers:

  • AVICII Invector

And then for the final £10.52 tier you get:

  • Breathedge
  • Moons of Madness

See the Humble Holiday in Space Bundle here if interested. The lowest tier is a steal for Tacoma at that price, a game I really personally did enjoy exploring.

While you're here, have a reminder of what else they have going that's interesting:

Plenty of games to consider if you're currently on a budget and looking for something new.

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scaine 28 Dec, 2020
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I poured nearly 15 hours into completing Deep Sky Derelicts. It's a slow starter, but ends up being very engaging. Highly recommended! I enjoyed Tacoma as well. Total steal for those two great games - one for 75p and the other for just another fiver more? Superb.

Top tier is a waste of time though. Both games are silver-rated at best, and neither game plans to release on Linux. Dual-booters only.
Phlebiac 28 Dec, 2020
Quoting: GuestReminds me a bit of The Station, which i liked a lot.

Nice ending on that one!
justsomejosh 29 Dec, 2020
Tacoma is a lot of fun. I wish there was more games that let you explore a space station like that
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