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Humble Choice gets Iron Harvest and Mafia: Definitive Edition

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Another month is here and so is the next Humble Choice with a fresh selection of games to pick from. Here you pay for whatever tier you feel is the best value to get access to the Humble Trove (a ton of DRM-free games), a discount at the Humble Store and the ability to claim Steam keys (sometimes GOG keys) for multiple titles - the amount of which depends on what tier you buy into.

Here's a roundup of how they all work on Linux either natively or with Steam Play Proton. Proton GE refers to the community-built custom version of Proton.

  • Rebel Cops - Linux native
  • Midnight Protocol - Linux native
  • Mafia: Definitive Edition - works well with Proton GE
  • Iron Harvest - works well with Proton GE
  • Project Winter - works with Proton
  • Rustler - works with Proton
  • The Henry Stickmin Collection - works with Proton
  • Farmer's Dynasty - works with Proton
  • Between the Stars - Works with Proton
  • Retrowave - Works with Proton

If any interest you, head over to Humble Choice.

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2 comments

Phlebiac 6 Jan
Certainly better than the last couple of months. I was curious yesterday what was in Humble Trove these days - and discovered it's declined even more than the monthly selections. There may be a gem or two in there, but they used to have an overall better selection.
Termy 5 years 6 Jan
Last month was already much better than many months before, this month i might finally actually not pause the subscription again xD
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