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Humble has some co-op treats in the Dream Teams Bundle

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Need more games to start your week? Humble recently put up the Dream Teams Bundle and all the games should work reasonably well on Linux too. Most of them you will need Steam Play Proton to play on Linux though, as only one actually has a Linux version.

As always we will give you a brief run over how they will work on Linux:

  • Primal Carnage: Extinction - playable but has issues with Proton
  • Shift Happens - playable with Proton
  • Survive The Nights - playable with Proton
  • Trailmakers - playable with Proton
  • Trine 2: Complete Story - has a Linux build available
  • Warhammer: End Times - Vermintide - playable with Proton

See the full Dream Teams Bundle if interested.

Right now Humble also has a number of other interesting game bundles like:

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