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The Humble Day of the Devs Bundle 2018 is out with some good Linux games

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Another day, another bundle! The Humble Day of the Devs Bundle 2018 just went live featuring some good Linux choices.

For pay what you want, you will get Full Throttle Remastered (supports Linux) and Burly Men at Sea (not on Linux).

If you decide to dig deeper into your wallet to beat the average payment, you will get Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number (supports Linux), Yooka-Laylee (supports Linux) and RiME (not on Linux).

Finally, the top tier in this bundle requires $12 (approx £9.38) and it gives you Minit (supports Linux) and Hyper Light Drifter (supports Linux) along with a Day of the Devs VIP Ticket for the San Francisco event if you're around for it.

Regardless if you're going to the event or not, those are some pretty good Linux game choices for you. You've got 16 days to decide if you want to pick it up before the bundle is over.

Check out the bundle here.

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DelGro95 27 Oct, 2018
Hi, i bought this bundle and the "Humble WB Games Classics Bundle" but i already had some titles so i paste here the Steam keys

Hyper Light Drifter: 045AI-T3EKH-YHGE7
Full Throttle Remastered: 8M2BX-3F4NI-MWR8L
Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor GOTY: 7NB96-VWEJG-5TYBC
Bastion: 5KWNC-JKMYL-NJJ7G

also the Day of the Devs VIP Ticket for the San Francisco event but i'm not going xD
DOTD18-24pyvw
where to redeem that : http://iam8bit.com/dayofthedevs/
crabel 27 Oct, 2018
Thanks, took Hyper Light Drifter.
Full Throttle Remastered is a great game, I can really recommend it. I really liked the voice acting, the main guy has quite an interesting voice.
g000h 27 Oct, 2018
Thanks for sharing those keys, but you're better not to share them like this (due to bots). Use private messages instead,

Anyway, I would have been interested in HLD, but it is already gone.
dubigrasu 27 Oct, 2018
Hey, many thanks, I took the Full Throttle Remastered.
shinnova 27 Oct, 2018
Aww, tried to take Shadow of Mordor, but it was already taken. Thanks for sharing though!
trawzified 27 Oct, 2018
Gone too. You guys can also confuse bots by replacing a letter/number with another symbol like ? and then saying the ? is a X :)
Linas 27 Oct, 2018
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I keep hearing about these key stealing bots. Does anyone have any references to how they actually work? Is that even a thing?
Liam Dawe 27 Oct, 2018
Quoting: LinasI keep hearing about these key stealing bots. Does anyone have any references to how they actually work? Is that even a thing?
Yes, people even released software to help people scrape Twitter, Reddit etc for keys. It's why our own key giveaway feature is locked behind accounts + accounts at least a day old to prevent it.
g000h 28 Oct, 2018
Grabbed the bundle and... looks like GOL (deservedly) gets a nice chunk of the sum spent.
tuubi 28 Oct, 2018
Quoting: g000hGrabbed the bundle and... looks like GOL (deservedly) gets a nice chunk of the sum spent.
Since he got the affiliate thing going, I always crank Liam's share up a bit. I also drop the shares of any games I'm not going to play or gift to friends, and wouldn't have paid for anyway.
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