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The Humble Jumbo Bundle 12 is out with a couple of Linux games

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The Humble Jumbo Bundle 12 is another bundled rammed full of good games, some of which have a native Linux version.

For PWYW (Pay what you want) there is:

  • Pinstripe
  • Rise & Shine

There's also Super House of Dead Ninjas and the Super House of Dead Ninjas: True Ninja Pack DLC which don't have native Linux versions, although they should work with Steam Play.

If you pay more than the average, you will get:

  • Construction Simulator 2015
  • Battle Chef Brigade - Doesn't have a Linux icon on Humble and doesn't have a SteamOS icon on Steam, but there is a Linux version on Steam. Last time I checked, it worked very well, they just don't advertise it as they're not fully confident at the moment.

Project Highrise is also included there, although not advertised on Humble or Steam it does have a Linux version. Sadly, last I checked the Linux version refused to load once you've played it more than once.

Finally, the top tier includes DiRT 4 which has no Linux version, but is reported to work quite well with Steam Play and Oriental Empires which has no Linux version and does not work well with Steam Play.

Check out the The Humble Jumbo Bundle 12 here if you're interested.

As always, it's up to you if you wish to pick it up, we're here to let you know it exists.

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cbones 20 November 2018 at 7:29 pm UTC
I really enjoyed Project Highrise. I also ran into this "second run" issue but it resolved for me from this forum post:

https://steamcommunity.com/app/423580/discussions/1/343785574536406250/?ctp=4#c343788552535067102

In short:
linking or renaming the Game.x86 to Game.x86_64 and launching from steam works
Liam Dawe 20 November 2018 at 7:33 pm UTC
cbonesI really enjoyed Project Highrise. I also ran into this "second run" issue but it resolved for me from this forum post:

https://steamcommunity.com/app/423580/discussions/1/343785574536406250/?ctp=4#c343788552535067102

In short:
linking or renaming the Game.x86 to Game.x86_64 and launching from steam works
Thanks, I stopped following a year or so ago when they didn't do anything with it. Glad to know the fix is quite simple. Hope it helps others seeing this.
g000h 21 November 2018 at 12:43 am UTC
I have played Super House of the Dead Ninjas on Steam Play/Proton prior to this bundle, and it was working great for me. Not only that, but I really liked it as an action platformer. Certainly think that the lowest tier of the bundle is worth grabbing.
gojul 21 November 2018 at 9:49 am UTC
Dirt 4 does not work for me, maybe because I'm still on NVidia blob 390.87 (Debian...). Anyway I made a report on ProtonDB.

But some other games seem to work just fine.
Hopfenmeister 22 November 2018 at 11:15 am UTC
liamdaweThanks, I stopped following a year or so ago when they didn't do anything with it. Glad to know the fix is quite simple. Hope it helps others seeing this.

I can't help but notice that a certain "LiamD" posted something below this fix two years ago...

But I wonder why the developers did not simply remove the 64bit version themselves, that should've taken care of the problem, right?
Liam Dawe 22 November 2018 at 11:19 am UTC
Hopfenmeister
liamdaweThanks, I stopped following a year or so ago when they didn't do anything with it. Glad to know the fix is quite simple. Hope it helps others seeing this.

I can't help but notice that a certain "LiamD" posted something below this fix two years ago...

But I wonder why the developers did not simply remove the 64bit version themselves, that should've taken care of the problem, right?
Correct, I am also LiamD on Steam.
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