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A new Humble Monthly is up with Cultist Simulator and more

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Humble Monthly, the curated selection of games put out each month from Humble Bundle is out again with early unlock games.

This month we have Cultist Simulator which does support Linux and it's an extremely unique experience, one our contributor Scaine wrote about before.

On top of that, the other two early unlock games are EARTH DEFENSE FORCE 4.1 The Shadow of New Despair and Warhammer: Vermintide II Collector's Edition although they're not supported on Linux they may work to some degree with Steam Play.

When the month is up, they give you more games to total around 9 or 10 usually.

As always, if you do subscribe to it you also gain access to the Humble Trove, a growing list of great DRM free games and there's over 40 of them that support Linux last I checked.

See more on the Humbly Monthly.

As a reminder, The Humble Caffeine Bundle is also still going with five top Linux games including Tyranny and Shadow Tactics: Blades of the Shogun!

Ps. If you love programming The Humble Book Bundle: Programming Cookbooks might be worth a look.

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8 comments

kuhpunkt 1 Feb, 2019
19 keys for the Earth Defense Force package. That's annoying :D
DrMcCoy 1 Feb, 2019
20 keys for EARTH DEFENSE FORCE 4.1, but the soundtrack for Cultist Simulator is not included :/
g000h 1 Feb, 2019
If you guys try out EDF or Vermintide II could you perhaps update ProtonDB and let us know here too. I just had a squint at ProtonDB and couldn't find either title. Yes, I'm interested in this Monthly for Cultist Simulator :)
hummer010 1 Feb, 2019
Boy, February's bundle sucked for a Linux gamer. I knew I should have paused it when there was no Linux games in the early unlocks. FOMO gets me again.

March looks better already with Cultist Simulator, which is on my wishlist.
Lomkey 1 Feb, 2019
How is Earth Defense Force under Proton? good or bad at this moment?
Kohrias 2 Feb, 2019
Quoting: LomkeyHow is Earth Defense Force under Proton? good or bad at this moment?

https://www.protondb.com/app/410320
g000h 2 Feb, 2019
Quoting: Kohrias
Quoting: LomkeyHow is Earth Defense Force under Proton? good or bad at this moment?

https://www.protondb.com/app/410320

This is weird. www.protondb.com will not give that game, as an option for me, when I do suitable searches in the search box: I searched for "Earth Defense" and the EDF 4.1 game did not appear in the list of matched titles.

I guess this means that if any game comes up in future that I can't find and it won't match on ProtonDB, then I'll need to resort to using the steam app id 410320 in the url: https://www.protondb.com/app/******

Unfortunately Vermintide II is not looking like a working Proton title :/
https://www.protondb.com/app/552500
(Easy Anti Cheat - tsk)


Last edited by g000h on 2 February 2019 at 2:07 am UTC
seamoose 2 Feb, 2019
Quoting: g000hThis is weird. www.protondb.com will not give that game, as an option for me, when I do suitable searches in the search box: I searched for "Earth Defense" and the EDF 4.1 game did not appear in the list of matched titles.

I've had similar problems for the last couple of days. I was trying to check Proton compatibility for the games in last month's HB Monthly bundle but some of them just won't show up at all in the ProtonDB search results, such as Rock of Ages 2 and Aaero.
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