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Humble Indie Bundle 19 is now live!

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Humble is back in style with the Humble Indie Bundle 19 and it has a pretty darn good selection of Linux games.

Note: We are going through the verification process to become a Humble partner to help with funding, Humble links will now be affiliate links.

The usual deal applies here, there's three different purchasing tiers. The first is pay what you want for:

  • Halcyon 6: Lightspeed Edition - Steam + DRM Free
  • Mini Metro - Steam + DRM Free
  • Rakuen - Steam + DRM Free

Next up, if you pay more than the average you get:

  • Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes - Steam + DRM Free
  • SOMA - Steam + DRM Free
  • Poly Bridge - Steam + DRM Free

And finally, for $14 (approx £9.84) you will get: SUPERHOT - Steam + DRM Free.

They will be adding more games in ~1 week as well, so hopefully they have some fun additions lined up for the bundle. Are you picking up a copy?

Ps. Humble Monthly has Deus Ex: Mankind Divided as an early unlock.

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Purple Pudding 27 March 2018 at 8:33 pm UTC
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That means we can donate money to GOL? Yeah! Can someone confirm this?
Yes, Humble use a rather interesting affiliate/partner system where you select how much goes to us. They likely still take some form of a cut somewhere though.

Every little helps, hopefully, once my ID check goes through

Sir Lima, someone offered you a beer! Hope you'll get it till it's cold
Nezchan 27 March 2018 at 8:35 pm UTC
Weird that For this and the Jumbo bundle my main interest is in the $1 tier. I've seen SOMA and I'm satisfied with that much, Keep Talking isn't really my thing and the same goes for SUPER HOT.

But Mini Metro and Halcyon 6? Yes, please. And Kingdom: New Lands from the other bundle while you're at it.
Cestus 27 March 2018 at 10:29 pm UTC
Rakuen was such a good surprise!!!
wvstolzing 27 March 2018 at 10:42 pm UTC
I'm piss poor, so I'll may the minimum to get Mini Metro; and I'll make sure all of it goes to GOL.
When I'm less of a pauper (if ever) I promise to make a proper contribution.
Pompesdesky 28 March 2018 at 9:20 am UTC
Nice bundle and nice way to support GOL, took the whole bundle as I had none of the games and they're all available for Linux
Grimfist 28 March 2018 at 9:24 am UTC
Wow, now this is a package of games which is very interesting, I own nothing so far. Insta Buy!
And Liam you can be happy about another 5 bucks for you ;-)
cRaZy-bisCuiT 28 March 2018 at 10:33 am UTC
Actually it's pretty nice of you guys that you want to give everything to Liam. Please don't forget that if devs don't receive any share, there will be no games anymore, especially not on Linux. Also, if Humble don't receive money they might drop their "decide whom you give money" shared system.


So I'd definitely give Liam 50 % and share the rest between devs and Humble, maybe also 10 % to charity.
flesk 28 March 2018 at 11:22 am UTC
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Rakuen is very good. One of the few games I played to completion last year.
sub 28 March 2018 at 11:43 am UTC
fleskRakuen is very good. One of the few games I played to completion last year.

This reminds me of the imho very sad fact, that with the sheer amount of games I buy in bundles and sales, I extremely rarely play them often or even complete them (that includes many that I actually really like).

That was different in the 90's - at least for me. I had access to only a very few new games at a time. They were expensive and I chose carefully which ones I bought. And usually I played them with lots of joy and typically completed them.

Tbh, I prefer that to that inflationary situation today.
Eike 28 March 2018 at 11:47 am UTC
subThis reminds me of the imho very sad fact, that with the sheer amount of games I buy in bundles and sales, I extremely rarely play them often or even complete them (that includes many that I actually really like).

This is one reason I avoid bundles nowadays. (Although it was tough for this one.) I'm just playing through Owlboy (I got it gifted from somebody here, thanks again, what a good game!), and only have two or three games on the stack - but dozens on the wish list, all games that absolutely need to be bought and played some day. Flooding yourself isn't doing you a favor.
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