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The Humble Big Brain Bundle has XCOM 2, 5D Chess, Battletech and more

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After some strategy games? Humble have you covered with another pretty great bundle. The Humble Big Brain Bundle has some games well worth looking into. Good native Linux support this time around too with the top games.

Here's what you can get:

  • 5D Chess
  • 7 Billion Humans
  • BATTLETECH
  • The Battle of Polytopia
  • XCOM 2
  • I am not a Monster: First Contact - works on Linux with Proton
  • No Time to Relax - works on Linux with Proton

Check out the full bundle if interested.

XCOM 2 being one of my all time favourite strategy games, ported to Linux by Feral Interactive. The WotC expansion is fantastic too, as is the Steam Workshop which has thousands of high quality content mods to add in. Don't miss it if you still don't own it and say goodbye to your weekend.

Humble have some other good bundles going right now too as a reminder including:

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Akien 12 Aug, 2021
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Wow, it's probably the first time in a looooong time that a Humble Bundle has such a percentage of native Linux titles. I already have XCOM2 but might pick the bundle for the rest which looks quite interesting, and to support devs who support Linux :)
junibegood 12 Aug, 2021
And the quality of the games is pretty high too ! Very nice bundle.
morbius 12 Aug, 2021
XCOM 2 users complain that recently introduced launcher breaks the game. Although I'm a big fan of turn-based strategy games, I'm not sure how I feel about what's on offer in this bundle. Still, most of the games have Linux versions and the price is most certainly enticing.


Last edited by morbius on 12 August 2021 at 12:58 pm UTC
Liam Dawe 12 Aug, 2021
Quoting: morbiusXCOM 2 users complain that recently introduced launcher breaks the game. Although I'm a big fan of turn-based strategy games, I'm not sure how I feel about what's on offer in this bundle. Still, most of the games have Linux versions and the price is most certainly enticing.
Linux version uses the Feral launcher, continues working just fine.
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