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Humble have another bundle! The Humble Day of the Devs Bundle 2019 just recently went live with a small selection of games and some good picks have Linux support too.

In the $1+ tier you get The Haunted Island, a Frog Detective Game and ART SQOOL although neither offer up Linux support sadly.

When you pay more than the average you get Flipping Death and Battle Chef Brigade, the latter of which does actually have Linux support it's just not advertised as such on Steam.

Finally in the top tier both games do have Linux support with Minit (which is fantastic!) and ToeJam & Earl: Back in the Groove. You also get a Day of the Devs VIP Ticket, if you happen to live near San Francisco in the US allowing you to get into the event early and skip any line to get in.

While it's sad it's not a bundle full of Linux games paying $9 for Minit, ToeJam & Earl: Back in the Groove and Battle Chef Brigade is a pretty good deal.

See the full bundle here if you are interested in any of those.

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RickAndTired 29 Oct, 2019
Pretty neat, I got to play Frog Detective and saw ToeJam and Earl at last years Day of the Devs
donbastiano 29 Oct, 2019
So maybe it's time to see if the "Frog Detective" works on proton :)

Last edited by donbastiano on 29 October 2019 at 10:19 pm UTC
RickAndTired 30 Oct, 2019
If I attend Day of the Devs this year, are there any Linux questions anyone wants me to ask?
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