You’re gloating about the power, efficiency, and no-cost of your open-source Linux machine and all is great. But then you realize… Almost no games! The Humble Bundle V remedies this problem, bringing five great indie games to a great, though under-supported platform.
Players can pay what ever they would like for the bundle, which includes Limbo, Psychonauts, Superbrothers: Sword & Sorcery EP, and Amnesia: The Dark Descent. However, if you pay more than the current average, you also get Bastion, Super Meat Boy, Braid, and Lone Survivor. Also also, the bundle includes each game’s soundtrack.
I’ve been lusting after Bastion for some months now, and the thought of playing it on my Ubuntu machine was irrestible (in typical Linux fashion, the install process was painful.)
The Humble Indie Bundle is available on PC and Mac, as well as Valve’s Steam platform. A portion of the cost can go to charity, so along with being humble, the bundle also achieves nobility. The bundle will be available until tomorrow. You can check it out at http://www.humblebundle.com/ .
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