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Get a whole load of Wadjet Eye Games adventures in this new bundle

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Wadjet Eye Games publish some really good stuff and now you can easily pick up a load of them, thanks to this very good Humble Bundle. They've been good to Linux gamers too, publishing many Linux games and getting some classics upgraded too.

Here's what you can get:

  • Unavowed
  • Strangeland
  • Primordia
  • Shardlight
  • Technobabylon
  • Resonance
  • The Blackwell Legacy
  • Blackwell Unbound
  • Blackwell Convergence
  • Blackwell Deception
  • Blackwell Epiphany
  • Gemini Rue
  • The Shiva
  • 33% off The Excavation of Hob's Barrow

All of them have Native Linux versions. A great bundle!

Check out the bundle here.

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dibz 11 Jan
These games are great. If anyone is considering this, doesn't already own them, and likes old-school point and click adventure games do yourself a favor and get these. It's downright criminal how cheap the bundle is for what you're getting!

To note, not only do they have native linux versions, but WadjetEye hired the dev that did the linux ports in a post-proton world where he absolutely did not need to do that.

To note #2, ScummVM also semi-recently added the AGS interpreter -- which is what these games are made in -- to ScummVM and you can play most if not all of these games in ScummVM if you'd rather for some reason.

Primordia and Gemini Rue are some of my personal favorites for this type of game, and I pretty much always recommend them whenever Point and Clicks come up.
Eike 11 Jan
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Quoting: dibzThese games are great. If anyone is considering this, doesn't already own them, and likes old-school point and click adventure games do yourself a favor and get these. It's downright criminal how cheap the bundle is for what you're getting!

To note, not only do they have native linux versions, but WadjetEye hired the dev that did the linux ports in a post-proton world where he absolutely did not need to do that.

To note #2, ScummVM also semi-recently added the AGS interpreter -- which is what these games are made in -- to ScummVM and you can play most if not all of these games in ScummVM if you'd rather for some reason.

Primordia and Gemini Rue are some of my personal favorites for this type of game, and I pretty much always recommend them whenever Point and Clicks come up.

Yes. Yes, yes, yes.

I did not yet play all of their games, just to have something to look forward to.

But what I loved about Resonance is that you'll get to play four persons, and you can pull anything you can click into your short term memory and talk about it with anybody. So... you're not going to solve this by just clicking everything with everything. Just too many everythings. :D
Klaas 4 years 11 Jan
I never manged to get into Gemini Rue.

The Blackwell games, Resonance and Unavowed are the games that I would recommend. And A Golden Wake, but that's not included.
whizse 11 Jan
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Quoting: dibzThese games are great. If anyone is considering this, doesn't already own them, and likes old-school point and click adventure games do yourself a favor and get these. It's downright criminal how cheap the bundle is for what you're getting!

To note, not only do they have native linux versions, but WadjetEye hired the dev that did the linux ports in a post-proton world where he absolutely did not need to do that.

To note #2, ScummVM also semi-recently added the AGS interpreter -- which is what these games are made in -- to ScummVM and you can play most if not all of these games in ScummVM if you'd rather for some reason.

Primordia and Gemini Rue are some of my personal favorites for this type of game, and I pretty much always recommend them whenever Point and Clicks come up.
+1 to what the hyperkinetic three-foot lagomorph wrote above ⇧

The only thing to not like about this bundle is that I already own all these except Technobabylon...
scummVM with dotmatrix filter + these games = bliss
I kinda fell out of playing point-n-click games a long time ago, but really enjoyed Primordia when I finally played it a couple years back. I might have to pick up Shardlight directly so WadjetEye gets more of my dollars.
Quoting: dibzThese games are great. If anyone is considering this, doesn't already own them, and likes old-school point and click adventure games do yourself a favor and get these. It's downright criminal how cheap the bundle is for what you're getting!

To note, not only do they have native linux versions, but WadjetEye hired the dev that did the linux ports in a post-proton world where he absolutely did not need to do that.

To note #2, ScummVM also semi-recently added the AGS interpreter -- which is what these games are made in -- to ScummVM and you can play most if not all of these games in ScummVM if you'd rather for some reason.

Primordia and Gemini Rue are some of my personal favorites for this type of game, and I pretty much always recommend them whenever Point and Clicks come up.
+1 to what he said...... They truly are great point and click adventure games...... to the point that I have even gotten 100% achievements for them on steam for all the ones that I do own......

If you have any interest at all in point and click adventure games......... Just stop reading this and get buying!!!..........
hardpenguin 12 Jan
Great value if you like point and click games with really good story!
TheSHEEEP 12 Jan
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Unfortunately of no use to me.
Whenever Wadjet Eye releases a new game, my wallet just magically gets lighter and a game appears in my library on Steam.

Truly mysterious.
I wasn't interested in The Shiva or Blackwell series (Blackwell series just isn't my jam, I'm not a fan of ghost stories, but I know I should try it).

On the other hand, Primordia and Gemini Rue are both good enough for 10€, now consider everything else as extras, including Strangeland (which is making me very curious)

And let's be clear, something like Gemini Rue has some big issues (gunfight or plot wise), but it's still a fine game, which doesn't overstay their welcome.

Strangeland seems pretty dope, guess I'll grab the bundle for that.
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