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The Latest Humble Weekly Sale (April 9-16)

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The Humble Weekly Sale is back with 4 titles, and 2 of them on Linux. 


Thirty Flights of Loving  (Windows, Mac)

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Flotilla  (Windows)

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Air Forte  (Windows, Mac, Linux) 

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Atom Zombie Smasher  (Windows, Mac, Linux)

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8 comments

Cheeseness 9 Apr, 2013
I sort of feel that maybe I should have payed a little less for this one. I misread the page and thought that 30 Flights of Loving was native as well.

Still, Blendo make neat games and it's nice to support them.
Liam Dawe 9 Apr, 2013
Quoting: CheesenessI sort of feel that maybe I should have payed a little less for this one. I misread the page and thought that 30 Flights of Loving was native as well.

Still, Blendo make neat games and it's nice to support them.
Has anyone contacted them to see if they plan to port?
muntdefems 9 Apr, 2013
Anyway, I think I've already watched so many 30 Flights of Loving playthroughs on Youtube that isn't even worth to play it myself. :P


PS: looks like Humble is back in the right direction (albeit not completely since not all games are multiplatform)
Guest 9 Apr, 2013
Quoting: liamdaweHas anyone contacted them to see if they plan to port?

I didn't directly ask, but I tweeted them my first thought when I saw it:
https://twitter.com/edgleyUK/status/321699711985786880

This is confirming, certainly my, suspicions as to the direction HB is going.

Blendo is a one man band from what I can tell and Atom Zombie Smasher was fantastic -- but I can't endorse them / him if they're / he's not supporting Linux.
Larian 10 Apr, 2013
Ever since THB started platform-specific bundles it seems like I just don't care about their offerings anymore. Not sure why. Perhaps because they've taken on the same feel as the Royal Bundles.
Sabun 10 Apr, 2013
Quoting: LarianEver since THB started platform-specific bundles it seems like I just don't care about their offerings anymore. Not sure why. Perhaps because they've taken on the same feel as the Royal Bundles.
I feel the same way.
Karel 14 Apr, 2013
me too! I ahve all the bundles before they've started the "weekly sale" . I feel like the weekly sales and mobile bundle outright suck! (mobile one because of only mobile support, weekly sale because of horrible games)
s_d 15 Apr, 2013
Air Forte is the only game I paid for.  I had AZS already, and (as you all mentioned) the others are not ported to Linux.  I like Brendon Chung, and I feel that he's worth supporting, but I won't pay for Win/Mac games (except certain classics off of GOG if their engine has been reimplemented, as with ScummVM/ResidualVM/GemRB).

I am also unhappy with the turn the Humble store has taken, but I don't feel it's any less worthy of my support than, for example, Desura.  Unfortunately... it's not more worthy, either.
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