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Get a bunch of live-action FMV games from Humble Bundle

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Love live-action FMV games? Wales Interactive teamed up with Humble Bundle to give you a bunch of them so here's the compatibility to expect on Steam Deck and desktop Linux.

As per usual to save you clicking around below you'll see the expected compatibility for each title on Steam Deck and Linux desktop, along with any ProtonDB rating and noting any Native Linux versions available. Plus each is a Steam link, so you can go see more info on each if you need to.

Late Shift

  • steam deck verified Steam Deck Verified
  • ProtonDB Gold

The Complex

  • steam deck verified Steam Deck Verified
  • ProtonDB Gold

The Bunker

  • steam deck verified Steam Deck Verified
  • ProtonDB Silver

Five Dates

  • steam deck verified Steam Deck Verified
  • ProtonDB Platinum

Mia and the Dragon Princess

  • Steam Deck Verified
  • ProtonDB No Rating


  • steam deck verified Steam Deck Verified
  • ProtonDB No Rating

Plus you also get 40% off Ten Dates and 10% off The Isle Tide Hotel! Both of which are also Steam Deck Verified. 

Check out the full bundle here.

I have to admit they've really got my curiosity with this one! Late Shift in particular seems like it could be a lot of fun to go through.

Article taken from GamingOnLinux.com.
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Grogan Sep 10, 2023
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I just grabbed this bundle. I once looked at The Complex, but didn't bite but I think it's time to give this sort of thing a try. Some of the others, like The Bunker look interesting too (but some of them not so much).

I find myself fidgeting before too long if I try to watch a show or movie at my computer these days, so maybe this will keep me interested :-)
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