It seems Humble Bundle are doing some interesting deals Linux gamers might want to be aware of right now.
First up, is the Yogscast Jingle Jam 2017, which is a little like an advent calendar of sorts. If you pay $5 (about £3.71), you will get Team Fortress 2 badges and Yogscast will give you a shout out on stream.
I'm not personally bothered by that, but if you pay $35 (about £25.99) you will unlock games to download right up until December 25th! Here's what they've already revealed in the bundle that supports Linux:
- Rust - You could then join our server!
- Q.U.B.E. Director's Cut
- Garry's Mod
- Plus Dungeon of the Endless (not on Linux)
While that's not especially amazing right now (it's not bad though), with games being added every day it really could end up being worthwhile.
On top of that, the current Humble Monthly Bundle has The Long Dark and Dawn of War III which both support Linux. Plus one that isn't on Linux. For $12, that's pretty much a steal and you can cancel it any time—awesome! It does also give you access to their Humble Originals, which are usually small experimental games.