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Get some great games for the weekend in these new bundles

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Fanatical and Humble Bundle are both currently offering some game bundles you're not going to want to miss out on, here's  your pre-weekend tip on what to grab. As usual, we will highlight those in bold text that have Linux builds.

Up on Fanatical, they recently put up the Guardian Bundle which is split across three tiers and all of them being quite well priced overall with some great games.

For the first tier of the Guardian Bundle at £0.89 you will get:

  • Tesla vs Lovecraft
  • OUT OF THE BOX
  • Rec Center Tycoon

The second tier includes the above at £3.49 plus you also gain:

  • Alwa's Awakening
  • Sin Slayers
  • The Vagrant
  • OPUS: Rocket of Whispers
  • Detective Di: The Silk Rose Murders
  • Windscape

When it comes to the final tier to get everything above at £5.99 you also finally get these:

  • Iconoclasts
  • Moonlighter

For £5.99 it's an absolute steal to get all of that. Check out Fanatical's Guardian Bundle here.

Additionally if you jump on over to the Humble Store you will notice they're doing a Paradox Build Your Own Bundle. Not the first time they've done it but still an easy way to grab a good deal.

The way the Paradox bundle work is that all the titles are on sale and if you add more together, you get an additional discount based on how many games you add with discounts increasing through 3, 4 and 5 games together. With this bundle you can nab these and more cheap:

  • Surviving Mars
  • Europa Universalis IV
  • Imperator: Rome
  • Stellaris
  • Prison Architect
  • Shadowrun Trilogy
  • + loads more

Both stores do have a bunch of other good bundles still ongoing from before, these are just the latest. Humble, for example, also has the Humble Plug In And Play Digital Bundle going for another few days that has the likes of NeuroVoider, Hover, Sundered: Eldritch Edition, Chroma Squad, Sigma Theory: Global Cold War and more.

Hopefully these new bundles give you something for the weekend.

Article taken from GamingOnLinux.com.
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2 comments

SadL 26 Feb
Also.. Stardew Valley has a 50% discount on Steam (steam says it is discounted for 21 more hours) and GOG.
The discounted price (7 Euros) is a new all-time low.


Last edited by SadL on 26 February 2021 at 8:27 pm UTC
Great, I paid for Imperator:Rome and got no key at all. Payment provider said "we passed the money" I also have 10 bucks less on my bank account. Humblebundle says: "We got no money". Also closed the case so I cannot reply anymore.
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