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Typically, when we issue gaming news for Humble Bundles there are a couple of Linux titles. Well in the Humble Wild Frontier Bundle we have five out of seven games available for Linux. And not just any #games, there is some all out very positive ratings in the mix this time. Making for another Humble #musthave #bundle.
So explore the latest game bundle. Whether you’re hungry for some ice fishing. Crave some off-road adventure or want to take on the wild wild west, it’s all here.
Pay what you want for Gods Will Be Watching (Linux, Mac and Windows), Ice Lakes (Linux, Mac and Windows) and FRONTIERS (Windows).
While this might test your interests. Take a leap into Hard West (Linux, Mac and Windows), Renowned Explorers: International Society (Linux, Mac and Windows) or SPINTIRES (Windows).
Personally, having play most of the games here, except for Frontiers and Ice Lakes. I can honestly admit that all of these titles are well worth playing. Each having their own challenge and unique twists.
Humble Wild Frontier Bundle also comes with the higher tier including Slime Rancher. Which I have not played but has some Overwhelmingly Positive reviews on Steam. Yet I’m still on the fence about it, due to being a singleplayer game. Having come from the FPS genre, I prefer more multiplayer type of games.
So pay what you want, since the total cost for all of these games is roughly $129 USD. And the usual news, the Humble Bundle team let’s you choose the price.
All of the games in Humble Wild Frontier Bundle can be redeemed on Steam. While five out of the seven available games are for Linux and Mac gaming. The rest are playable on Windows PC.
In gaming news, the Humble Intergalactic Bundle launches with some Linux. While not a ton of native support, there are a couple of great titles in the mix. The rest can mostly run in Wine. So go on and grab a few #games from this #bundle. Hence escaping to another galaxy.
Start with the FREE copy of Galactic Civilizations I. Then get Galactic Civilizations III, Offworld Trading Company, Rebel Galaxy, and more. So do keep in mind, the only two Linux games available are Space Hulk Ascension and Planetary Annihilation: TITANS. Both present some excellent gaming and the reason for this news.
So pay what you want for what would be a total cost of $219. Yet you choose the price in the Humble Intergalactic Bundle.
While all of the games are available on Steam. Hence this includes Windows, and some for Linux and Mac. So paying $1 or more to access Steam keys. Personally I think the average price presents a great bundle. Yet if you’re hardcore, get the whole thing.
As usual, you can choose where the money goes. Either between the developers. Or the Challenger Center for Space Science Education, Direct Relief or a third charity of your choosing. All via the Paypal Giving Fund. You can leave a Humble Tip too.
Since the Humble Intergalactic Bundle launches with some impressive games. Keep in mind that native gaming experiences are narrowed down to a couple of titles.
Humble Jumbo Bundle 8 comes with a new bundle of hand-picked games. So players will be able to get into nice array of epic games. While it includes some solid native based #games.
So the the new bundle of hand-picked games for your entertainment. Get Warhammer: Vermintide (Windows PC), #Jotun (Linux, Mac, Windows PC), #Turmoil (Linux, Mac, Windows PC), Valhalla Hills (Linux, Mac, Windows PC) and The Journey Down 1 & 2 (Linux, Mac, Windows PC).
Since we are familiar with Valhalla Hills, it’s epic to see the game listed in the bundle. While Legends of Eisenwald is a surprisingly expansive medieval strategy, but not native support. And we already know that The Journey Down is a great point-and-click adventure but it gets even better at the “beat the average” price. And the moment is still the best choice with Turmoil, Jotun, and Warhammer: End Times – Vermintide.
So your money will also buy you the Turmoil soundtrack. Along with ten percent off a new subscription to Humble Monthly and more games that will be revealed in a week. The Humble Jumbo Bundle 8 itself will be around for two weeks, which means everyone can get in on the action until March 21th.
Pay what you want. Normally, the total cost for these games is as much as $143. But at Humble Bundle, you still choose the price!
DRM-Free and on Steam. All of the games in this bundle are available on Steam, with some are also DRM-free.
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So new in gaming news, #Civilization makes a #discounted debut in Humble Civilization Bundle. Hence bringing a whole bundleful #games of Linux, Mac and Windows PC. While starting from Civilization III all the way up to Beyond Earth! Not bad.
Since we all had to wait for the release date, the Humble team also includes a coupon for 20% off Sid Meier’s Civilization VI. Hence another coupon for 25% off Sid Meier’s Civilization VI Digital Deluxe. Therefore you can get fully set up for the upcoming DLC.
So most of the games in this Humble Civilization Bundle are available for Linux. Making this gaming news significant for a bundle of Civilization games. Yet we’re not saying watch out for Gandhi, but watch out for Gandhi.
Pay $1 or more for what normally has a total cost of $257. Hence at Humble Bundle, though, you choose the price of $1 or more. Personally, I found the “beat the average” price accommodating. Since we already own the Beyond Earth games and DLC’s, but the $15 tier does includes the Rising Tide DLC. So it’s worth it, if you don’t already own Beyond Earth.
Redeem on Steam. All of the games in this bundle are available on Steam for Windows. While the rest have Linux and Mac support. Pay $1 or more to access Steam keys.
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So in gaming news,v#Disney Consumer Products and Interactive Media have joined forces for the Star Wars Humble Bundle 3. Hence this is the third in an epic series of game bundles. While there is really only one #Linux game in the mix. Therefore fans get #StarWars™: Rogue Squadron 3D, Star Wars Shadows of the Empire™, Star Wars Knights of the Old Republic™, and more. Jedi or Sith, Alliance or Empire, everyone can find something to love here
Star Wars: Force for Change and Disney Consumer Products and Interactive Media have joined forces. Hence Humble, again for the third in an epic series of game bundles. Jedi or Sith, Alliance or Empire, everyone can find something to appreciate here.
So pay $1 or more for Star Wars™ Knights of the Old Republic™, Star Wars: X-Wing Alliance™, Star Wars: X-Wing vs TIE Fighter – Balance of Power Campaigns™, and Star Wars Galactic Battlegrounds Saga™.
Since you also receive a coupon for 10% off Humble Monthly for new subscribers.
Pay more than the average price and you’ll also get Star Wars Battlefront™ II, Star Wars Jedi Knight™ II: Jedi Outcast™, Star Wars Starfighter™, Star Wars Knights of the Old Republic II: The Sith Lords™ for Linux, and Star Wars: Rebel Assault I + II.
While you could pay $14 or more for all of those games. Plus Star Wars The Force Unleashed™: Ultimate Sith Edition, Star Wars: The Force Unleashed II, Star Wars: Rogue Squadron 3D, Star Wars Shadows of the Empire™, and Star Wars Empire At War: Gold Pack.
Pay $35 or more, and you’ll get the full lineup of games AND receive an exclusive Star Wars t-shirt, available in this bundle only! (Redeem by March 7, 11:00 a.m. Pacific time.)
Pay $1 or more. Normally, the total cost for these games is as much as $157. Here at Humble Bundle, though, you choose the price of $1 or more!
Since all of these games in the Star Wars Humble Bundle 3 are available on Steam for Windows, most should be playable in Wine. But in this bit of gaming news, we can only recommend one game for Linux and a few more for Mac.