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Four New Linux Games Debut WIth New Humble Bundle

Gaming

Published on 15 October 2013 03:35 PM EDT
Written by Michael Larabel in Gaming
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Humble Bundle with Android 7 was announced this afternoon where you can pay-what-you-want for the next two weeks to get the collection of cross-platform DRM-free titles that work on Windows, OS X, Linux, and Android systems. As part of this indie game bundle are also four titles making their debut on Linux for the first time.

The new games launching today on Linux for Humble Bundle with Android 7 are Ticket to Ride, Green Corp, Worms Reloaded, and The Bard's Debut. However, Worms Reloaded and The Bard's Tale are only bundled if paying more than the floating average Linux price. Besides these for new Linux titles there's also Anodyne and Incredipede.

You know the spiel by now so if these titles happen to be of interest to you head on over to HumbleBundle.com.


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