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Don't pass up a fantastic deal guys. Total War WARHAMMER can be bagged for only $12 in the currently Humble Monthly Bundle.

That's a crazy price, considering you get a bunch of extra games too. You can cancel the monthly bundle at any time (personally tested that), so it's a great deal. Total War WARHAMMER is a fantastic game and a really well done port from Feral Interactive too!

The Humble Monthly Bundle also gives you 10% off purchases from the Humble Store. Article taken from GamingOnLinux.com.
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Teodosio 3 Feb, 2017
That games is not available on Mac. However, I don't see any threads in the Steam Forum asking for when it will be available.
The GNU/Linux thread had a very large number of posts.
Anybody willing to reason on this?
Crazy Penguin 3 Feb, 2017
Phew! Good thing I haven't bought it already. So lets give a try :)
Leopard 3 Feb, 2017
Quoting: TeodosioThat games is not available on Mac. However, I don't see any threads in the Steam Forum asking for when it will be available.
The GNU/Linux thread had a very large number of posts.
Anybody willing to reason on this?

My guess is because Apple's hardware limitations.There are some configurations and that's it.

If they know their hardwares are not capable of these new games at the moment,then it's normal not to be asked by Mac folks.
Adinimys 3 Feb, 2017
Looking at the main page it seems that Feral announced that they are working on it with Metal. So it's pretty much confirmed that it is coming if I'm not mistaken (someone that knows more should be able to confirm this if true ^^).

But wow, I picked my first Humble Monthly last month for XCOM2 and now this ? :O It's way cheapper than in the Steam sale (plus with luck, maybe one or two good Linux game coming with it)
Just one thing I want to know before buying. I no longer see any mention of Denuvo in the main page, has it been removed ? At least in the Linux version ? (if yes, that's a new buyer :D)
pete 3 Feb, 2017
Nice deal :) I went ahead and got it...
I just really hope that the feral guys get their share!
const 3 Feb, 2017
Awesome.
I also bought the last bundle for xcom2 and got pleasently surprised with Steamworld Heist.
I then found out that I already owned MadMax from last years june bundle - nearly bought that in the last humble sale :D
hummer010 3 Feb, 2017
Hmmmmm, I'm seriously considering buying my first Humble Monthly for this game. The game looks great, and $12 is the right price for it, and then there are the other games too.
Mountain Man 3 Feb, 2017
Quoting: TeodosioThat games is not available on Mac. However, I don't see any threads in the Steam Forum asking for when it will be available.
The GNU/Linux thread had a very large number of posts.
Anybody willing to reason on this?
Linux users tend to be proactive while Mac users seem content with whatever they're given. This is likely because Apple's marketing department spends millions of dollars a year to convince certain consumers that they don't need anything other than what Apple sells them.
Mountain Man 3 Feb, 2017
Quoting: hummer010Hmmmmm, I'm seriously considering buying my first Humble Monthly for this game. The game looks great, and $12 is the right price for it, and then there are the other games too.
Total Warhammer is worth the money at full price. $12 is almost highway robbery!
g000h 3 Feb, 2017
Yeah, thinking about getting the new month's subscription myself. I did get last month's subscription in order to acquire XCOM-2. Then on last month's subscription, there were 8 additional games. Of those 8 additional, 2 were for Linux, and the others weren't. I'm a little disappointed in that regard. However, quite pleased to say that I didn't already own any of the games in the bundle (It's annoying if you get given something you already own.)

Last month's Linux games: XCOM-2, Steamworld Heist, Okhlos
Remainder (not Linux): Ryse: Son of Rome, ABZU, Project Highrise, Husk, Hollow Knight, Oh, Deer!

My own experience with Humble Subscription - Yes, you can cancel it, rather than continue running and get charged for the next month, *BUT*: It is best to cancel approx 24th of the month, because on 26th-27th they already grab the money for the next month, because you didn't cancel it soon enough. (You can still speak to Support and get a refund, but in order to avoid that.)
Also, it is good to decide to buy EARLY because from starting subscription until the date you end it (say 3rd Feb - 24th Feb), during that subscribed period, you get 10% discount on Store purchases. (As soon as you end the subscription, the 10% discount also goes.)
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