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Humble Heroines Bundle has some quality treats

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Want some more games, perhaps for your shiny new Steam Deck? Well, here's a fresh bag of treats from Humble Bundle. There's a couple native Linux games, and most others will work with Steam Play Proton directly.

Here's what to expect from it:

  • Celeste - Linux native
  • Tacoma - Linux native
  • Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night - Proton
  • Cloudpunk - Proton
  • Scarlet Nexus - Proton
  • Severed Steel - Proton
  • Gears 5 - won't work on Linux desktop or Deck, due to anti-cheat

Have a look at the full bundle if interested.

They also recently put up the Overwhelmingly Positive Bundle that has Kathy Rain: Director's Cut, HUNTDOWN, Finding Paradise and more!

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CatKiller 3 Mar
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For those for whom this is useful information, some of these titles have already been through the Deck verification testing process. Celeste, Cloudpunk, and Scarlet Nexus all got the Verified status. Gears 5 got Unsupported.
TrainDoc 3 Mar
Quoting: CatKillerFor those for whom this is useful information, some of these titles have already been through the Deck verification testing process. Celeste, Cloudpunk, and Scarlet Nexus all got the Verified status. Gears 5 got Unsupported.
Can Gears singleplayer be played offline? Curious for those who are interested, I'm just an observer when it comes to gears.


Last edited by TrainDoc on 3 March 2022 at 2:26 am UTC
CatKiller 3 Mar
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Quoting: TrainDocCan Gears singleplayer be played offline? Curious for those who are interested, I'm just an observer when it comes to gears.
No idea; I just looked them up on SteamDB.
3zekiel 3 Mar
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Quite a bargain with scarlet nexus this one. Also I just saw we can choose how much we give to GoL with the link, maxed it out :)
CFWhitman 3 Mar
I picked up the Overwhelmingly Positive Gems bundle on Humble recently.

Steam lists three of the titles with native versions:
Kathy Rain: The Director's Cut
Huntdown (for some reason not listed as Linux native on the bundle page)
Finding Paradise

All other titles are rated Gold or higher on ProtonDB, though I didn't look into the specifics of what tweaks might need to be made for the gold ones.


Last edited by CFWhitman on 3 March 2022 at 2:01 pm UTC
micke1m 3 Mar
How come "Girls Who Code" need a bunch a money when boys who code don't.
Quoting: micke1mHow come "Girls Who Code" need a bunch a money when boys who code don't.

The idea is that boys have traditionally been encouraged to do math and computer science, while girls have traditionally been presumed not to have the aptitude for it and have been discouraged from pursuing interests in it. Whether a "girls who code" fundraiser does much to correct that problem is of course up for debate.
micke1m 3 Mar
Quoting: areamanplaysgame
Quoting: micke1mHow come "Girls Who Code" need a bunch a money when boys who code don't.

The idea is that boys have traditionally been encouraged to do math and computer science, while girls have traditionally been presumed not to have the aptitude for it and have been discouraged from pursuing interests in it. Whether a "girls who code" fundraiser does much to correct that problem is of course up for debate.

If money from a fundraiser is required to convince them to get into coding maybe they should be doing something else.


Last edited by micke1m on 3 March 2022 at 9:12 pm UTC
Quoting: micke1m
Quoting: areamanplaysgame
Quoting: micke1mHow come "Girls Who Code" need a bunch a money when boys who code don't.

The idea is that boys have traditionally been encouraged to do math and computer science, while girls have traditionally been presumed not to have the aptitude for it and have been discouraged from pursuing interests in it. Whether a "girls who code" fundraiser does much to correct that problem is of course up for debate.

If money from a fundraiser is required to convince them to get into coding maybe they should be doing something else.

Who says the money is to "convince" them?

I hate to say it, but this is starting to look like "tell me you don't like women without telling me you don't like women."


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micke1m 3 Mar
Quoting: areamanplaysgame
Quoting: micke1m
Quoting: areamanplaysgame
Quoting: micke1mHow come "Girls Who Code" need a bunch a money when boys who code don't.

The idea is that boys have traditionally been encouraged to do math and computer science, while girls have traditionally been presumed not to have the aptitude for it and have been discouraged from pursuing interests in it. Whether a "girls who code" fundraiser does much to correct that problem is of course up for debate.

If money from a fundraiser is required to convince them to get into coding maybe they should be doing something else.

Who says the money is to "convince" them?

I hate to say it, but this is starting to look like "tell me you don't like women without telling me you don't like women."

So what's stopping them? And why is it a problem? Anyone can choose to get into coding.


Last edited by micke1m on 3 March 2022 at 9:54 pm UTC
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