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Sadly, not all games in the the Humble Hooked on Multiplayer 2018 Bundle are on Linux but there's still some goodies!

For pay what you want, you can grab Tumblestone. The description of this one on Steam made me curious, it claims you can generate up to five Steam keys yourself for it per day to give to your friends. Don't think I've ever seen another game do that before.

If you decide to spend some more to beat the average, you can get Besiege and Hover. I have to admit, I've wanted to take a look at Hover for a while, so I might pick the bundle up to take a proper look.

Fancy grabbing Rocket League? It's the top game in the bundle if you spend $14 (about £10.30) or more, which also comes with $2 Humble Wallet credit for Monthly subscribers. You all know my thoughts on Rocket League by now, it's absolutely brilliant and this price is well worth it.

There's other titles too, but as I said not all are on Linux. Find the Humble Hooked on Multiplayer 2018 Bundle here.

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g000h 16 May 2018 at 2:31 am UTC
Got the BTA bundle, as I already own Rocket League. Quite nice to hand out extra copies of Tumblestone keys to other Steam friends (Done two so far). Also played Tumblestone for an hour, quite decent.
torham 16 May 2018 at 6:22 am UTC
Worthless, only one game is DRM-Free.
cprn 16 May 2018 at 11:50 pm UTC
torhamWorthless, only one game is DRM-Free.

Which of these use DRM?
torham 17 May 2018 at 12:08 am UTC
cprnWhich of these use DRM?

According to the HumbleBundle page, all of them do with the exception of Tumblestone. If they are DRM-Free they show an special icon in the bottom left of the game image.
cprn 17 May 2018 at 11:28 am UTC
torham
cprnWhich of these use DRM?

According to the HumbleBundle page, all of them do with the exception of Tumblestone. If they are DRM-Free they show an special icon in the bottom left of the game image.

Hmm... I don't know how accurate that is. Humble Bundle store adds "DRM Free" icon when they provide a Steam free copy of the game but many games on Steam don't use any of Valve's copyright protection solutions. I'll try to check if steamdb.info has something on Steam's DRM on their website when I'm at my keyboard.
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