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Humble Indie Bundle 9 Brings New Linux Games

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Published on 11 September 2013 02:42 PM EDT
Written by Michael Larabel in Gaming
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While the quality of Humble Indie Bundles have been somewhat sporadic as of late and there's been some Windows-only offerings, the Humble Indie Bundle 9 launched today and it ushers in three new Linux titles for the first time.

The titles making up Humble Indie Bundle 9 include Trine 2: Complete Story, Mark of the Ninja, Eets Muncies, BrĂ¼tal Legend, FTL: Faster Than Light, and FEZ. FTL and FEZ though are only part of the bundle if paying more than the floating average price.

The three titles being presented on Linux for the first time are Mark of the Ninja, Eets Munchies, and FEZ. Mark of the Ninja is a side-scroller single-player game that's been around since last year. Eets Munchies is a brand new title and FEZ is a game where you're a 2D creature living in a 2D world that then discovers 3D.

Included with the games are the soundtracks and Humble also claims more games will be coming soon when paying more than the floating average price, which at the time of writing is $3.99 USD.

For more information on this DRM-free pay-what-you-want game offering, visit HumbleBundle.com. Embedded below is the trailer for this latest game offering.


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