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The Humble Double Fine Presents Bundle is out with some nice games

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Another week and another new bundle has appeared! The Humble Double Fine Presents Bundle is up for two weeks and there's some pretty good games going.

Pay what you want:

  • Mountain
  • 140
  • THOTH (not on Linux, Seems to work in Steam Play)

Pay more than the average:

  • GNOG (not on Linux)
  • Escape Goat 2

For the top tier of $10 (about £7.78) you will get:

  • Gang Beasts
  • Everything (this is the actual name of a game, just FYI)

The bundle is worth it alone for Escape Goat 2, a really great puzzle platformer from developer MagicalTimeBean. I have to admit though, I've wanted to try out Gang Beasts for quite some time and so I will probably pick up the bundle myself to play with family.

See the full bundle here.

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hummer010 15 January 2019 at 8:36 pm UTC
Gang Beasts looks awesome. It's on my wishlist, but it's the only game that I want that I don't already have out of that bundle.

Escape Goat 2 is a fantastic game. Really, both of the Escape Goat's are. Highly recommend.

Everything isn't bad. I haven't played it much though.
Lakorta 15 January 2019 at 10:31 pm UTC
Apparently GNOG does have a Linux download (it isn't marked as a Linux game on it's store page). If you try to start the game through Steam it will complain about not finding an .exe file, starting it directly from the installation folder does work. I tried playing it for a minute or so and it seemed to work fine.
Kithop 15 January 2019 at 11:56 pm UTC
Oh wow. Watching the Game Grumps play through a bit of Everything was pretty hilarious, and it's still... interesting (different? Weird? But in a good way?)
flesk 16 January 2019 at 8:02 am UTC
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LakortaApparently GNOG does have a Linux download (it isn't marked as a Linux game on it's store page). If you try to start the game through Steam it will complain about not finding an .exe file, starting it directly from the installation folder does work. I tried playing it for a minute or so and it seemed to work fine.

According to SteamDB, the Linux depot seems to have been added several months ago, yet I find no news post or discussion thread announcing the Linux version on Steam. I wonder why that is.
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