Humble Hot Date Bundle releases with support for Linux, Mac and Windows. Mind you this time there is more of a dating focus. A unique genre that has a following. But don’t get the wrong idea, there are some Linux games here. And all available for purchase.
So now you can make every night date night. Humble Hot Date Bundle is full of visual novels. Also dating sims and suggestive party games. You can date a grasshopper. Romance a talking cat on an island. Find a date for the high school reunion and then some. Plus, your purchase will support National Coalition Against Censorship. Also Comic Book Legal Defense Fund. Or simply a charity of your choice.
Humble Hot Date Bundle (Linux, Mac, Windows)
Pay $1 or more for Linux, Mac and Windows support. Since this includes Creature Romances: Kokonoe Kokoro. As well as Highway Blossoms and Just Deserts. Which is a good start for the Humble Hot Date Bundle. And all for $1 USD.
Moving up to the “beat the average” bundle. Now this only contains Ladykiller in a Bind for Linux. While Purrfect Date – Visual Novel/Dating Simulator could be interesting. Then we move up to Genital Jousting. Enough said there.
Finally, at the $15 USD tier. The only Linux title there is the Sunrider Collection. Which is also said to be “harder than dark souls”. No idea, never played, but it has support. Right next to G-senjou no Maou – The Devil on G-String Voiced Edition.
Here’s the thing with the Humble Hot Date Bundle. All of the games here have Very Positive to Overwhelmingly Positive reviews.
And since the total cost for these games $164 USD. This makes this Humble Bundle rather good. That is if you are a fan of the genre. If you are, great, I won’t make of you. Much.
You can redeem these games DRM-Free and on Steam. All titles are available on Steam for Windows. While some are available for Linux and Mac. Clannad, Ladykiller in a Bind, Creature Romances: Kokonoe Kokoro and G-senjou no Maou – The Devil on G-String Voiced Edition are also available DRM-Free.
Your Humble Hot Date Bundle purchase also supports charity. Since you choose where the money goes. Either between the publishers and National Coalition Against Censorship. Maybe the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund. Or simply a charity of your choice. Either way, there are a good number of Linux games here.