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The Humble Store is having a huge sale right now, some seriously good Linux deals on

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Now is a really good opportunity to fill up your schedule with some awesome games! Humble Store has a fantastic sale going.

Here's my quick picks of the games you might want to look at:

See all the Linux games on sale here. There's masses of games on sale, so if you've been holding out on purchasing a game there's a good bet it's on sale right now.

What goodies have you picked up?

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rustybroomhandle 16 September 2017 at 6:24 pm UTC
Get Beatbuddy. If you like electro-swing and rhythm-ish gameplay.
wleoncio 16 September 2017 at 7:24 pm UTC
Deus Ex: Mankind Divided is 75% off, I'd recommend it
RafiLinux 16 September 2017 at 8:41 pm UTC
Damn you, GNU!

*wallets dies*
stretch611 16 September 2017 at 11:00 pm UTC
I noticed that Project Highrise is pretty cheap right now as well. ($6.11 US w/extra 10% from monthly)

The problem is that it has no official linux support (but does have linux build threads on Steam.) Those threads have some activity, but does anyone here have it? Does it work ok?
charliebrownau 17 September 2017 at 1:11 am UTC
Insurgency is awesome , highly recommend
g000h 17 September 2017 at 3:28 am UTC
Overlord and Overlord II are nice and cheap. And one of my recent faves, Dungeon Warfare is 50% off.


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stretch611 17 September 2017 at 5:55 am UTC
g000hOverlord and Overlord II are nice and cheap. And one of my recent faves, Dungeon Warfare is 50% off.
Dungeon Warfare is a cool Tower Defense game. I also recommend it if you enjoy that type of game.
no_information_here 17 September 2017 at 6:27 am UTC
stretch611Dungeon Warfare is a cool Tower Defense game. I also recommend it if you enjoy that type of game.
I picked it up a month ago and played it waaay too much. Looks really simple, but they nailed the TD gameplay.
hoolaparara@yahoo.co.uk 17 September 2017 at 7:03 am UTC
stretch611I noticed that Project Highrise is pretty cheap right now as well. ($6.11 US w/extra 10% from monthly)

The problem is that it has no official linux support (but does have linux build threads on Steam.) Those threads have some activity, but does anyone here have it? Does it work ok?

Project Highrise is one that annoyed I got it in a bundle and put it on my windows steam account only to find it has an unsupported linux version.

I've played a couple of hours and the game runs fine, it does have that bug with not starting if you have a prefs directory, but just playing it I have run into no issues.

There have been 2 sizable updates since I have had the game which makes it weird that the bug is still not fixed.

oh just had a quick look again and discovered I can build above air but need a special block.
serge 17 September 2017 at 8:55 am UTC
stretch611I noticed that Project Highrise is pretty cheap right now as well. ($6.11 US w/extra 10% from monthly)

The problem is that it has no official linux support (but does have linux build threads on Steam.) Those threads have some activity, but does anyone here have it? Does it work ok?

hoolaparara@yahoo.co.ukI've played a couple of hours and the game runs fine, it does have that bug with not starting if you have a prefs directory, but just playing it I have run into no issues.

The bug with the prefs directory only happen with the 64bits build, rename the 32bits build with the 64bits build name, change the 64bits build name and you can save your game.


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