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The Humble Paradox Bundle 2018 is a rather enticing deal

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If you need a game to sink a few hours into this is your chance, as the Humble Paradox Bundle 2018 is now live. As usual, I will only list the Linux games for you.

Here's what you get for PYWY (pay what you want):

  • Cities in Motion 2
  • Magicka 2

Pay more than the average to get:

  • Crusader Kings II + The Old Gods DLC
  • Pillars of Eternity

Finally, if you deep a little deeper for $12 (approx £8.64):

  • Stellaris

Will you be grabbing a bundle? If I didn't own them, I certainly would! That's actually a pretty good bundle, even after taking away the games that don't support Linux.

Ps. If you're always on the lookout for a good deal, do check our Sales Page regularly!

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Redface 23 Jan, 2018
Wow, that is nice. I already have Stellaris, so I will buy tier 2 for Magicka 2, Crusader Kings II and Pillars of Eternity, 3 games I have been interested in for some time.
mcphail 23 Jan, 2018
Quoting: RedfaceWow, that is nice. I already have Stellaris, so I will buy tier 2 for Magicka 2, Crusader Kings II and Pillars of Eternity, 3 games I have been interested in for some time.

You're in for a treat. CKII and PoE are 2 of the best games available for Linux. I've lost hundreds of hours to them. What a bargain!
donbastiano 23 Jan, 2018
Just reread the Liam review of Stellaris but after looking at some steam review I'm a little afraid/scared about the "lost hours". And there is PoE also...


Last edited by donbastiano on 23 January 2018 at 10:03 pm UTC
SadL 23 Jan, 2018
Oh boy.. one of my favorite companies.. their DLC pricing strategy needs some changes but I love many of their products. Crusader kings 2 and Stellaris are REALLY nice ( especially CK2 <3 ). Very good bundle!

PS: I might sound like an idiot but I had no idea we had that "sales page" !!! Nice work Liam!


Last edited by SadL on 23 January 2018 at 10:53 pm UTC
Kuromi 23 Jan, 2018
Shame they didnt put Pillars of Eternity as DRM-free even with Obsidian selling it DRM-free on GOG
hummer010 23 Jan, 2018
I'm going to pass on this one - the only thing I'm missing is Magicka 2, and I'm not much of a co-op player.
slaapliedje 24 Jan, 2018
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I already have all of them. But don't have the time to play them! Just learning CKII takes a ton of time.

Magicka is a blast though! Easily one of the most entertaining co-op games I've played.
lucifertdark 24 Jan, 2018
I'm only missing Pillars of Eternity but at that price it's a no-brainer.
dvd 24 Jan, 2018
Quoting: KuromiShame they didnt put Pillars of Eternity as DRM-free even with Obsidian selling it DRM-free on GOG

If it's DRM-free it's DRM-free on steam as well. You just have to (or not) download it using their client.
Btw, for Stellaris, is it only the base game?
Colombo 24 Jan, 2018
QuoteMagicka is a blast though! Easily one of the most entertaining co-op games I've played.

Magicka 1 is blast. Magicka 2, is, well, uh... something is missing there.


Last edited by Colombo on 24 January 2018 at 7:28 am UTC
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