Yogscast Jingle Jam 2019 releases on Humble

yogscast jingle jam 2019 releases on humble bundle linux mac windows pc

Yogscast Jingle Jam 2019 releases on Humble Bundle with games for Linux, Mac and Windows PC. Thanks to the Humble Team and the Yogcast crew. Kicking it off with some Linux in the mix.

Yogscast brings back another gift of giving event. Since 100% of the funds will go to charity. And this also means a huge bundle of titles for Linux, Mac and Windows PC. A pretty good deal. Since you are out there supporting great charities. Also getting a heap of new games and other goodies. But the offer only runs until December 30th.

Yogscast Jingle Jam 2019

yogscast jingle jam 2019 releases games on humble bundle linux mac windows pc

Therefore, if you pay $5 or more. This will give you a shoutout on the Yogscast stream. Plus an exclusive Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Animated Calling Card. Which is not a bad start. It is going to be interesting to see more Linux in the Jingle Jam.

But where the action really gets good is at the $30 USD mark. Since this gives you games and goodies. Literally something new that unlocks daily. Giving something to look forward to every day at 9 a.m. Pacific time.

Also, to check out the livestream supporting Yogscast Jingle Jam 2019. Check that out here. Where you can also check out the streaming schedule. Even donate further if you are in the giving mood.

Now if you want to take part in the Yogscast Jingle Jam 2019 livestream event. You will have to hang out on the Yogcast Twitch channel. Taking part in the steam as well as checking out various games and silly hyginx. The team will be streaming every day up until December 20th. Giving everyone a chance to take part. Or simply just donate for the sake of gift giving for charity. It’s really up to you. But for $30 USD you will get something like 80 games.

Yogscast Jingle Jam 2019 release with Kingdom: New Lands on Linux. Joined by Bastion and the Crusader Kings II: Dynasty Starter Pack. Along with Rapture Rejects for Windows PC. Which has some pretty solid support via Proton.

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