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The 'Humble Freedom Bundle' is huge and well worth picking up

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The 'Humble Freedom Bundle' has launched and with it, tons of stuff. A large majority of it is available on Linux too.

The bundle will cost you $30, but the entire of it goes to charity and Humble themselves will match the total up to a max of $300K themselves. That's a pretty fantastic deal considering separately these games altogether would cost quite a bit. The charities this time are ACLU, the IRC, and MSF.

Games that support Linux:
- Stardew Valley
- Day of the Tentacle Remastered
- Overgrowth (Early Access)
- Nuclear Throne
- Octodad: Dadliest Catch
- Invisible, Inc.
- Super Meat Boy
- World of Goo
- Mushroom 11
- No Time to Explain Remastered
- The Stanley Parable
- Superbrothers: Sword & Sworcery EP
- Super Hexagon
- VVVVVV
- The Swapper
- Spirits
- Human Resource Machine
- ROCKETSROCKETSROCKETS
- 2064: Read Only Memories
- A Virus Named TOM
- Mini Metro
- Tower of Guns
- Waking Mars
- Monster Loves You! (doesn't have Linux icon, but it does have a Linux version on Steam)
- AI War: Fleet Command
- Sproggiwood
- Hot Tin Roof: The Cat That Wore A Fedora Deluxe
- Secrets of Rætikon
- Girls Like Robots
- Ellipsis
- Ninja Pizza Girl (has no OS icons, but Steam says it has a Linux version)
- Robot Roller-Derby Disco Dodgeball

It also includes some audiobooks and ebooks as well! On top of that, they may be adding more as the bundle goes on.

Personally, I think that's an insanely great list of Linux games. Article taken from GamingOnLinux.com.
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Pixel-Tux 13 February 2017 at 7:59 pm UTC
That is one awesome bundle! Wow.
stan 13 February 2017 at 8:11 pm UTC
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I don’t find this bundle interesting. I don’t like that the devs get nothing. Also Stardew Valley isn’t even DRM-free (it is on GOG).
Eike 13 February 2017 at 8:23 pm UTC
stanI don’t find this bundle interesting. I don’t like that the devs get nothing.

It seems the devs wanted to help gather donations. They are donating their games to reach that.
Kiba 13 February 2017 at 8:31 pm UTC
I'm not giving money to charities anymore, a lot of them are just first world puppets supporting imperialism.

If i want a game i want to pay the developers, if i want to be hypocritical and think i'm a good person by giving money to charities i can donate directly, but not for games.
hellscyth142 13 February 2017 at 8:38 pm UTC
Just looked into ninja pizza girl because they didn't correctly list things on the bundle. It "does" support linux, however...

- tested for ubuntu "10.10+"
- requires direct x 9 supporting graphics card...

I have several questions.
Tchey 13 February 2017 at 9:10 pm UTC
KibaI'm not giving money to charities anymore, a lot of them are just first world puppets supporting imperialism.

If i want a game i want to pay the developers, if i want to be hypocritical and think i'm a good person by giving money to charities i can donate directly, but not for games.

I wanted to say something similar, so i will only say : same
Whitewolfe80 13 February 2017 at 9:12 pm UTC
KibaI'm not giving money to charities anymore, a lot of them are just first world puppets supporting imperialism.

If i want a game i want to pay the developers, if i want to be hypocritical and think i'm a good person by giving money to charities i can donate directly, but not for games.

Still confused as to how the a charity that distributes food for failed countries that cannot or will not support its people imperialist but hey to each his own. (in case you're wondering Imperial countries do the opposite of that)
Cyril 13 February 2017 at 9:21 pm UTC
KibaI'm not giving money to charities anymore, a lot of them are just first world puppets supporting imperialism.

If i want a game i want to pay the developers, if i want to be hypocritical and think i'm a good person by giving money to charities i can donate directly, but not for games.

I see what you mean. But don't put all charities in the same bag.

Apart of that, awesome bundle ! Impatient to see the new content Wednesday.
But sad some games don't have DRM-Free Build too.
wolfyrion 13 February 2017 at 9:26 pm UTC
well is not that awesome since like most of the Linux Games have been in a bundle before.
Only three Linux games have not been in a bundle before...

2064: Read Only Memories
Overgrowth (Early Access)
Ellipsis

and also 4 Window Tittles have not been in a bundle...

Nevertheless is a good bundle...and is for charity!


Last edited by wolfyrion at 13 February 2017 at 9:26 pm UTC
bluesun 13 February 2017 at 9:28 pm UTC
Amazing bundle, even better charities. What a deal.
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