Introversion's Multiwinia is a 2008 title that requires a graphics card with 32MB of video memory. It worked fine on Mesa/Gallium3D.
DEFCON is the last Introversion Software title that is part of the latest Humble Indie Bundle and was first released in 2008. It functioned with the tested Mesa/Gallium3D drivers.
Aquaria is the Bit Blot title that was part of the Humble Indie Bundle last year and recycled for this latest bundle as a bonus. This 2007 title generally works with Mesa/Gallium3D across the different drivers and hardware spectrum. However, with the latest Mesa 7.12-devel Git code using R600g I was hitting a segmentation fault on start-up.
Crayon Physics Deluxe is another title that is recycled from an earlier bundle (Humble Indie Bundle 3). It is known to generally work fine, except in the configurations I tested its performance was rather slow.
Dungeons of Dredmor is a 2011 title from Gaslamp Games, which was working fine on the open-source Linux graphics drivers, but it is a 2D game.
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