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Humble Store just announced their massive Spring Sale is live, with tons of games discounted and you can grab a free game too.

Ashes of the Singularity: Escalation is the freebie this time, which sadly didn't come to Linux although it was planned and they said future titles should be thanks to the work done towards it! You can try your luck with Steam Play Proton otherwise.

Quite a few big publishers have their games on sale for this including: Team17, Square Enix, Jackbox Games, Codemasters and more. Thanks to those and more, plus hundreds of indie developers there's some excellent Linux games you can pick up.

Here's a quick list of some seriously good indie games you can pick up cheap:

That's just a few interesting titles that jumped out at me, there's thousands more and plenty of bigger budget games too. See all the games on sale on the Humble Store here, or this link for just Linux supported titles.

Just recently the Humble Asmodee Digital Play With Friends Bundle also went live with a couple Linux games like Small World 2, Patchwork and Potion Explosion.

Are you picking up anything good? Let us know in the comments.

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Ananace 7 May, 2020
Ashes actually did run really well on Proton when I played it last year with a friend, tried out all of the co-op maps they had made.

The AI in the game can be really ruthless if you don't take it seriously.
Faalhaas 7 May, 2020
Great tips lately, so thanks.

I do have to mention The Way is -90% off on Steam, which makes it twice as cheap. ;)
Liam Dawe 7 May, 2020
Added a note about the Humble Asmodee Digital Play With Friends Bundle.
The_Aquabat 8 May, 2020
I got Ashes of Singularity running . Anyone knows how to make the game run with Vulkan? if I turn on the option on the graphics settings the game doesn't start.

Last edited by The_Aquabat on 8 May 2020 at 12:59 am UTC
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