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Get Disco Elysium and Chivalry 2 in Humble Choice

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The latest Humble Choice is out so here's a run-down over what compatibility to expect on Steam Deck and desktop Linux. Humble Choice is a monthly curated selection of games, and if you stick around with it long enough you get a Humble Store discount too.

Using the usual rating system of Deck Verified, ProtonDB and Native Linux notes to save you clicking around. Each game title is also a Steam link in case you need more info first.

Disco Elysium - The Final Cut

  • steam deck verified Steam Deck Verified
  • ProtonDB Gold

Chivalry 2

  • steam deck unsupported Steam Deck Unsupported
  • ProtonDB Silver
  • Note: it can run, it just needs a manual launch option set as noted on ProtonDB:
    eval $(echo "%command%" | sed 's/Chivalry2Launcher.exe/TBL\/Binaries\/Win64\/Chivalry2-Win64-Shipping.exe/')

Road 96

  • steam deck verified Steam Deck Verified
  • ProtonDB Platinum

Trek to Yomi

  • steam deck playable Steam Deck Playable
  • ProtonDB Platinum

Arcade Paradise

  • steam deck verified Steam Deck Verified
  • ProtonDB Platinum

SuchArt: Genius Artist Simulator

  • steam deck verified Steam Deck Verified
  • ProtonDB Platinum

Tin Can

  • steam deck playable Steam Deck Playable
  • ProtonDB Platinum

Hot Brass

  • steam deck verified Steam Deck Verified
  • ProtonDB Platinum

Check out Humble Choice here.


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4 comments

Klaas Aug 2, 2023
Sorry for the slight OT, but whenever I see something like
 
's/Chivalry2Launcher.exe/TBL\/Binaries\/Win64\/Chivalry2-Win64-Shipping.exe/'

I wonder why it isn't known that you can choose which character you use as separator for sed.
Something like
 
's%Chivalry2Launcher.exe%TBL/Binaries/Win64/Chivalry2-Win64-Shipping.exe%'

avoids escaping every / in a path.

Edit: Okay, maybe not % since that is used by steam, but it's completely arbitrary.


Last edited by Klaas on 2 August 2023 at 12:00 pm UTC
Quoting: KlaasSorry for the slight OT, but whenever I see something like
 
's/Chivalry2Launcher.exe/TBL\/Binaries\/Win64\/Chivalry2-Win64-Shipping.exe/'

I wonder why it isn't known that you can choose which character you use as separator for sed.
Something like
 
's%Chivalry2Launcher.exe%TBL/Binaries/Win64/Chivalry2-Win64-Shipping.exe%'

avoids escaping every / in a path.

Edit: Okay, maybe not % since that is used by steam, but it's completely arbitrary.
I've spent the past two or three days working on a ~100 line bash script that probably shouldn't exist.

Personally, I hate bash scripting and just try to get it working in whatever way possible that isn't likely to break due to some edge case. Of course, it's bash scripting, so that's pretty much impossible.

(on the other hand, I like bash scripting for the power and flexibility, but goddamn I spend so much of my life escaping characters)
jams3223 Aug 2, 2023
Why wouldn't chivalry work ? isn't it possible to run it with proton right off the bat.
anewson Aug 13, 2023
Quoting: KlaasSorry for the slight OT, but whenever I see something like
 
's/Chivalry2Launcher.exe/TBL\/Binaries\/Win64\/Chivalry2-Win64-Shipping.exe/'

I wonder why it isn't known that you can choose which character you use as separator for sed.
Something like
 
's%Chivalry2Launcher.exe%TBL/Binaries/Win64/Chivalry2-Win64-Shipping.exe%'

avoids escaping every / in a path.

Edit: Okay, maybe not % since that is used by steam, but it's completely arbitrary.

this was news to me <3 thanks
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