Humble tinyBuild Bundle comes well stocked

humble tinybuild bundle comes well stocked with linux mac windows pc games

The Humble tinyBuild Bundle comes well stocked with Linux, Mac and Windows PC games. Which also includes Graveyard Keeper too. Thanks to tinyBuild and those mad folks at Humble Bundle. And this bundle has a lot of Linux in it.

The newest bundle has more awesome games. Which has an impressive list of titles actually. With a lot of support for Linux too.
Humble Bundle now teams up with tinyBuild for the newest bundle. So you can get games like The Final Station. Hello Neighbor (no Linux support), and Graveyard Keeper. Plus, your purchase will support 1UpOnCancer. Also Stack Up and a charity of your choice. It’s up to you.

Pay $1 or more for Punch Club, The Final Station and Speedrunners. Plus the magical Diaries of a Spaceport Janitor. No native support on that last one. But there is Proton.

The Humble tinyBuild Bundle (Linux, Mac, Windows PC)

humble tinybuild bundle comes well stocked with linux mac windows pc games list

Normally, the total cost for these games is $164 USD. So you have a solid savings with the Humble Bundle. Choosing the price and increase your contribution to upgrade your bundle. Which all depends on your gaming preferences.
Personally, all the way up to that $13 there are great games. I don’t think there is much you can go wrong with here. Since Hello Neighbor works very well via Proton too.

You can redeem all of the Humble tinyBuild Bundle games on Steam. Since everything in the bundle is available for Windows PC. Since 9 out of 11 games support Linux and Mac.

As usual, you support charity. Choose where the money goes. So either between the publisher, 1UpOnCancer. Or Stack Up and a charity of your choice via the PayPal Giving Fund. You can also leave a Humble Tip too.

The Humble tinyBuild Bundle range of good Linux, Mac and Windows PC games here is a pleasure. It seems this happens once a month now. Where Humble Bundle team releases a decent amount of native support.

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