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Another day another big sale, I love the summer. This time it's Humble Store doing their DRM-Freedom sale and I've picked a few for you.

Choice picks
Prison Architect - 75% off
Outlast - 75% off
Democracy 3 (see if you can run the UK better than my government can) - 68% off
Big Pharma - 55% off

If you pick something up, let us know what and what you think about it in the comments! Article taken from GamingOnLinux.com.
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tuubi 5 July 2016 at 9:52 am UTC
liamdaweAnother day another big sale, I love the summer.
Summer is nice, but way too short. What's wrong with spring and autumn? I'd rather sit inside playing games when it's not sunny and warm outside. Also the GOG and Steam sales drained my gaming budget for months... :/
Pit 5 July 2016 at 10:32 am UTC
Hmm, maybe I should have a look. Lately, Humble has been a quite bad address for DRM-free-Linux lovers - too much win-only and steam-only stuff in anything other than the HIBs....

Now if only their pages would work in my browser. First only my library page, then also the main store page, and just now I realize even the single game pages do not display at all anymore. Guess I'll stay with GOG then.

(Yes, I reported the issue long time ago already. They don't care.)
tuubi 5 July 2016 at 10:48 am UTC
PitNow if only their pages would work in my browser. First only my library page, then also the main store page, and just now I realize even the single game pages do not display at all anymore. Guess I'll stay with GOG then.

(Yes, I reported the issue long time ago already. They don't care.)
Which browser is that? Are you sure it's the browser and not a script blocker add-on of some sort? I just tried three popular browsers (all with an advert blocker of some sort) and everything works fine.
Linas 5 July 2016 at 12:16 pm UTC
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tuubiI'd rather sit inside playing games when it's not sunny and warm outside.
Not really a problem here in Denmark.
Pit 5 July 2016 at 1:25 pm UTC
tuubiWhich browser is that? Are you sure it's the browser and not a script blocker add-on of some sort? I just tried three popular browsers (all with an advert blocker of some sort) and everything works fine.
Vivaldi, the chrome-based opera successor. No 'obstacles' on my side - just their internal scripts deliver an error, and all I see is the 'page loading' animation image....

To get somewhat on-topic - just checked the sales page using firefox, but did not find anything for me - either not my type of game, or I already own it...
Pinguino 5 July 2016 at 2:03 pm UTC
I wonder if there's something akin to Brexit in Democracy 3.
stan 5 July 2016 at 2:15 pm UTC
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PitNow if only their pages would work in my browser.
Works for me in Firefox 38 with plenty of blocking addons as long as I enable JS for humblebundle and akamaihd. I guess you’re using a less popular browser?

Edit: ok, saw the answer above.


Last edited by stan on 5 July 2016 at 2:15 pm UTC
Comandante Ñoñardo 5 July 2016 at 3:09 pm UTC
Again, Deepsilver releasing DRMFREE games only for Windows. This time on Humble.
hoolaparara@yahoo.co.uk 6 July 2016 at 12:24 am UTC
Ah I take it the last post answers my question as to whether the drm free version of the metro games is available for linux?

(oh yes, now I see the information hidden behind a mouseover, only the windows version is drm free).


Last edited by hoolaparara@yahoo.co.uk on 6 July 2016 at 12:25 am UTC
PublicNuisance 6 July 2016 at 5:11 am UTC
Comandante oardoAgain, Deepsilver releasing DRMFREE games only for Windows. This time on Humble.

This is so very annoying to me as well. I would love an explanation although I doubt we'll ever get one.
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