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The Humble Paradox Management Bundle just launched and it's a really great selection of games that's available for Linux.

In the lowest $1 tier you can get:

  • Prison Architect
  • Prison Architect - Aficionado
  • Cities in Motion
  • Cities in Motion 2

Want more? If you pay more than the current average you also unlock:

  • Cities: Skylines
  • Cities: Skylines - Content Creator Pack: European Suburbia
  • Cities: Skylines - Green Cities
  • Cities: Skylines - Synthetic Dawn Radio
  • Cities in Motion: US Cities
  • Cities in Motion: Tokyo
  • Cities in Motion: German Cities
  • Cities in Motion 2: European Cities

The top tier at $18 (about £13.68) will give you:

  • Surviving Mars - Deluxe Edition
  • Cities: Skylines - Industries
  • Surviving Mars: Space Race
  • Surviving Mars: Green Planet
  • Surviving Mars: Project Laika

I'm a big fan of Prison Architect, Cities: Skylines and Surviving Mars and think they're all games well worth playing. Absolutely tons of replay value even without any of the DLC.

Check the Humble Paradox Management Bundle here.

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6 comments

kaiman 10 Dec, 2019
I bought Surviving Mars quite recently when it was discounted on GOG and had quite a bit of fun with it. The top tier gets you that at an even lower price, with 3 other games in addition. Seems like a pretty good deal :-).
Nezchan 11 Dec, 2019
This one, I'm kind of interested in. Mostly because I've been hanging back from getting Cities: Skylines for a really long time now.

The question is, are these the better DLC for it? Or would I need more for a quality experience?
14 12 Dec, 2019
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I'm torn. I already spent a lot the last couple weeks. I want Surviving Mars with the Green Planet DLC. I already have just vanilla Cities: Skylines. This would be a great deal to get Mars and a bunch of DLC. But... ugh, I think I need an expense break. :'(
kaiman 12 Dec, 2019
Quoting: NezchanThe question is, are these the better DLC for it? Or would I need more for a quality experience?
Space Race and Green Planet are the two big DLCs. The former adds AI "opponents", the latter terraforming. So as far as I can tell you're mostly missing out on cosmetic stuff (alternative building skins and additional background music).

On top you should be able to get the "Mysteries Resupply Pack" free on Steam, which can improve replay value a bit by adding more "story events".
tuubi 12 Dec, 2019
Quoting: kaiman
Quoting: NezchanThe question is, are these the better DLC for it? Or would I need more for a quality experience?
Space Race and Green Planet are the two big DLCs. The former adds AI "opponents", the latter terraforming. So as far as I can tell you're mostly missing out on cosmetic stuff (alternative building skins and additional background music).

On top you should be able to get the "Mysteries Resupply Pack" free on Steam, which can improve replay value a bit by adding more "story events".
Wrong game I think. :)
kaiman 12 Dec, 2019
Quoting: tuubiWrong game I think. :)
Serves me right for writing stuff before I had a chance to wake up properly. I interpreted "This one ..." as a direct reply to my original post, when it was probably not.

Can't comment on Cities: Skylines, unfortunately.
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