Humble One Special Day Bundle is available now for Windows with limited Linux support. While the previous Unity Bundle has some great games, older mostly. The expectation for more native games is ongoing, but not the case. While your purchase does support SpecialEffect.
So this bundle releases with two Linux native games. While there are other titles that can be played using Proton or Wine.
Since IGN acquired Humble Bundle, there seems to be a decline in newer native releases.
Humble One Special Day Bundle
So the first $1 tier comes with some solid games: Streets of Rage, Crazy Taxi, Binary Domain and OlliOlli2: Welcome to Olliwood. While the rest can be played via Proton or Wine. The only Linux title in this line-up is OlliOlli2.
Beating the average will get you Surgeon Simulator: Anniversary Edition, GRID 2, Alpha Protocol and Operation Flashpoint: Red River. To beat the average for Surgeon Simulator: Anniversary Edition, a game that originally released back in 2013.
The game there really caught my attention is Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy: The Telltale Series and Alpha Protocol. Since I have not played either. But on the upside, most of the games up to this point also have Very Positive Steam reviews.
All of the games in Humble One Special Day Bundle are available on Steam. So if you are expecting DRM-Free games, sorry. All of the games in this bundle are available on Steam for Windows, and some for Linux and Mac. Therefore it’s up to you and the demand to fill your Steam library.
Humble One Special Day Bundle dose support charity. As usual, you choose where the money goes. So either between the developers and SpecialEffect via the PayPal Giving Fund. If you like the bundle or like Humble Bundle, you can leave a Humble Tip too.