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The next Humble Monthly is out, with a nice deal for Linux gamers

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Heads up all you card-game roguelike enthusiasts as the Humble Monthly has a new bundle up with some early unlock titles.

As usual, Humble give you two games to play right away when you subscribe:

  • Slay the Spire - Linux supported
  • Squad

Once the bundle is over next month, you will also get an additional bunch of games. On top of that, as always, you also gain access to the Humble Trove. The Humble Trove is their curated selection of DRM-free games, while subscribed you can download them any time and keep them. Last I looked, the Trove had around 47 Linux games in it.

For $12, that's a pretty good deal overall I would say.

Find the Humble Monthly here if interested.

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skye 3 Aug, 2019
I've uh somehow managed to log 1200+ hrs on sts so I guess I can recommend it ;) I try to curate my list of favorite mods so just msg me if you want the link since I'm not sure about posting direct link to my steam publicly. Has some great expansion mods so you can expect some good replay value content wise :) It's been a great chill out while watching tv etc type of roguelike.
morbius 4 Aug, 2019
I clicked cancel the subscription only so I could get $2 off the price, but there is no way I'd miss a bundle with StS in it, it was basically the only video game that I didn't have and I really wanted. It's got cards, style, tactic, classy dev, all the ingredients that I like and so many positive reviews can't be wrong.
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