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The Humble Sweet Farm Bundle is live with some lovely Linux games

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Humble Bundle have just put up The Humble Sweet Farm Bundle and there's multiple lovely Linux games included.

If you only go for the smallest tier at $1 you get:

  • Niche - a genetics survival game - Linux supported
  • Evergarden - Linux supported
  • MagiCat - Works fine in Steam Play Proton.

The higher tier where you need to beat the average payment has:

  • Equilinox - Linux supported
  • Ultimate Chicken Horse - Linux supported
  • Samorost 3 - Runs reasonably well in Steam Play Proton

For the final tier at $10 you will get:

  • Stardew Valley - Linux supported

Overall, a pretty good deal actually. I only recently (as in the last few days) tried Ultimate Chicken Horse for the first time myself with my son and it was a massive amount of fun learning it together. A very silly game. I'm also a huge fan of Stardew Valley, so that's an easy recommendation.

Check out the bundle here if you're interested. The bundle ends on February 4 at 7PM UTC.

Article taken from GamingOnLinux.com.
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I played Evergarden recently and enjoyed it. It has a bit of a Hexcells-like puzzle quality. Smaller playing area, but deeper strategy.
robvv 16 Jan
When I see this title, I keep thinking of Tegridy Farm...
Ilya 19 Jan
Quoting: robvvWhen I see this title, I keep thinking of Tegridy Farm...

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