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The Humble Devolver Bundle has a few decent Linux games for cheap

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Humble have done a good one this time! The Humble Devolver Bundle has some pretty decent Linux games going for cheap.

Pay what you want!
A Fistful of Gun - Not on Linux
RONIN - Steam only
Gods Will Be Watching

Pay $10 or more to also unlock!
Titan Souls - Not on Linux
Hatoful Boyfriend: Holiday Star

Pay more than the average
NOT A HERO
Shadow Warrior Special Edition
Dropsy
50% off The Talos Principle

More games will come along soon too. Worth it for Shadow Warrior Special Edition alone!

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manero666 19 Apr, 2016
i bought it mainly for Shadow Warrior, the other stuff look too pixelated for my taste but i'm ready to give them a try :)

hope they will add Broforce or Hotline Miami or Serious Sam 3 the next week..
abelthorne 19 Apr, 2016
Shadow Warrior was already in a Humble Bundle long ago. Is that Special Edition the same one?

EDIT: from what I see on the Steam store page, it seems to be a different one. The SE includes new weapons, an artbook and the soundtrack, right?


Last edited by abelthorne on 19 April 2016 at 6:58 pm UTC
mulletdeath 19 Apr, 2016
Real shame that the most interesting looking game (Titan Souls) has no Linux version.
PublicNuisance 19 Apr, 2016
The only Linux games from that bundle that I don't already own are Ronin and Talos. I didn't enjoy the demo to Ronin and Talos is not DRM free so i'll be passing on this bundle.
wvstolzing 19 Apr, 2016
I've been interested in Not a Hero, and Dropsy for a while. $4 (the above-average for now) is a pretty good deal for both; considering that their regular prices add up to $22.
Leerdeck 19 Apr, 2016
Picked the "beat the average" tier. I heard good things about Gods Will Be Watching (Dark Souls of Adventure games) and Dropsy. Not a Hero also looks like a funny game.
Seegras 19 Apr, 2016
Not really interesting, as I already have everything but NOT A HERO. which boils this down to that, plus "more games coming soon" for roughly $4.20. Still an ok deal, but not impressive.
averyvh 19 Apr, 2016
Quoting: abelthorneShadow Warrior was already in a Humble Bundle long ago. Is that Special Edition the same one?

EDIT: from what I see on the Steam store page, it seems to be a different one. The SE includes new weapons, an artbook and the soundtrack, right?
According to Steam, I bought Shadow Warrior ~1 year ago and I am pretty sure it was from Humble. My Steam copy has the artbook, soundtrack, and weapons, so it would seem that it is the exact same version they sold us last time, just with creative marketing :P
I will be holding out to see what games are added next week before I pull the trigger on this one.
chuzzle44 20 Apr, 2016
Well, I already have Shadow Warrior and Talos Principle and the others don't interest me.
Shadow Warrior is an absolutely incredible game. Anyone who hasn't played it, needs to. For a violent, ridiculous, and over the top throwback to the classics, the story and characters are some of the best I've seen in a game. Not as well executed as, say, Half Life 2, but just as compelling as the Metro games, in my opinion. The ending gives you the same feeling of having done a great deal, and yet accomplished nothing. The sequel is the only new game that I've been looking forward to. I'm so tired of seeing articles with the strategy tag.
Grimfist 20 Apr, 2016
As I own nothing of this bundle, and I still have leftover paypal funds from a recent refund, I threw in 5€ for the average bundle . That's pretty awesome for 5+ Linux games so to speak. And the pile of shame grows :D
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