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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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Whitewolfe80 17 September 2017 at 1:31 pm UTC
https://www.bundlestars.com/en/bundle/all-stars-9-bundle

Three linux games in this bundle priced at 1.39 gbp the pick of which is Forced slightly better edition bundle is only available for 72 hours though
Hamish 17 September 2017 at 3:24 pm UTC
Every time I even look at Humble Store I get discouraged by how awful their tagging system is. The way it often forgets selections or does nonsense such as showing games which have DRM Free Windows builds only even though I have Linux selected as a platform as well. Browsing for anything on there is a pain.
musojon74 17 September 2017 at 4:25 pm UTC
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Thanks for this heads up. Bought a few things including edge both overlords and outlast. Outlast is fantastic!
Asu 17 September 2017 at 7:13 pm UTC
wleoncioDeus Ex: Mankind Divided is 75% off, I'd recommend it

yeah, the fall is on sale on mobile, too.
I just absolutely respect eidos bringing deus ex to all platforms...
Grazen 18 September 2017 at 2:24 am UTC
I noticed that a few games, in particular Northgard and Darksiders II are listed on Humble with Linix support but Linux isn't shown as supported on Steam.
RafiLinux 22 September 2017 at 6:51 pm UTC
HamishEvery time I even look at Humble Store I get discouraged by how awful their tagging system is. The way it often forgets selections or does nonsense such as showing games which have DRM Free Windows builds only even though I have Linux selected as a platform as well. Browsing for anything on there is a pain.

This happen to me for the first time. I bought a game thinking it was a linux game from a stack I had in the cart. They refunded right away, though.
stretch611 22 September 2017 at 9:13 pm UTC
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HamishI bought a game thinking it was a linux game from a stack I had in the cart. They refunded right away, though.
Actually when I bought Project Highrise the other day (which the devs are very clear there is zero support despite releasing a linux build on steam) Humble Bundle clearly stated in my cart that it was not a linux game. I had never saw this before, but I like it. It also happened on a free title they had the other day (Oddworld, I believe).

I'm not sure when they started this notification but I did like it. I do not use windows at all so I am not sure whether or not they pick up the Operating System from my browser id string or if they associate my account with linux after selecting that many times when purchasing/downloading bundles. (I assume they use the browser id string because that woud work for first time buyers as well.)
RafiLinux 23 September 2017 at 12:43 am UTC
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RafiLinux
HamishI bought a game thinking it was a linux game from a stack I had in the cart. They refunded right away, though.
Actually when I bought Project Highrise the other day (which the devs are very clear there is zero support despite releasing a linux build on steam) Humble Bundle clearly stated in my cart that it was not a linux game. I had never saw this before, but I like it. It also happened on a free title they had the other day (Oddworld, I believe).

I'm not sure when they started this notification but I did like it. I do not use windows at all so I am not sure whether or not they pick up the Operating System from my browser id string or if they associate my account with linux after selecting that many times when purchasing/downloading bundles. (I assume they use the browser id string because that woud work for first time buyers as well.)

I wish I would have gotten that notification. It's been almost 2 decades since a Windows computers has touched my hands.
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