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The Humble DRM-Freedom Sale is live, plenty of Linux titles available

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Humble have announced they're doing a DRM-Freedom Sale from now until July 9th and there's plenty of good Linux titles available.

As the name might suggest, all titles included have a DRM free build you can download direct from Humble themselves. Although, a lot of them do include a Steam key as well.

Here's a couple of interesting picks:

Check it out here if you're interested.

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Nezchan 2 July 2018 at 5:38 pm UTC
Oddly, it lists Evoland 2 as a Linux game when it isn't.The devs promised it around the time of launch and never delivered.
skye 2 July 2018 at 5:39 pm UTC
I always try to get games from humble when they have it as drm free. Similar price steam key + drm free as backup means I can get to enjoy the benefits of steam without the worry about losing my account/steam going evil/shutting down etc. It also sometimes means I can fix a bug even if the game is no longer supported. Plus gol can enjoy the partner bonus ;)


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liamdawe 2 July 2018 at 5:45 pm UTC
KelsOddly, it lists Evoland 2 as a Linux game when it isn't.The devs promised it around the time of launch and never delivered.
Good spot, i've let my Humble contact know.
Patola 2 July 2018 at 6:11 pm UTC
KelsOddly, it lists Evoland 2 as a Linux game when it isn't.The devs promised it around the time of launch and never delivered.
Maybe it is the port, it just wasn't announced? Has anyone bought it and verified it can natively install on Linux?
liamdawe 2 July 2018 at 6:30 pm UTC
Patola
KelsOddly, it lists Evoland 2 as a Linux game when it isn't.The devs promised it around the time of launch and never delivered.
Maybe it is the port, it just wasn't announced? Has anyone bought it and verified it can natively install on Linux?
There is no port, my Humble contact got back to me, the icon is now removed from it.
tuubi 2 July 2018 at 7:46 pm UTC
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I'm glad I was waiting until the last moment until deciding on my Steam summer sale picks. Even disregarding the added benefit of the DRM-free build and the kickback for GOL, some of the deals are actually better. Like Opus Magnum 13.11€ on Humble and 14.99€ on Steam, Slime Rancher 10.49€ vs 11.99€, and Tacoma 8.99€ vs 9.99€. Depends on region I'm sure, but worth checking out.
Nezchan 2 July 2018 at 10:25 pm UTC
Patola
KelsOddly, it lists Evoland 2 as a Linux game when it isn't.The devs promised it around the time of launch and never delivered.
Maybe it is the port, it just wasn't announced? Has anyone bought it and verified it can natively install on Linux?

I redeemed the Steam key, and was told it was not available for my system. It was part of a bundle I got for something else, so no real loss.

Interestingly, it's also listed on Wikipedia as being for Linux. Presumably thanks to promises by the dev that were later broken.
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