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While "Humble Bundle 6 with Android" comes to an end tomorrow, Humble Weekly Sale including the games Shank and Shank 2 has three more days to go.
If you’ve ever wanted to cut somebody open without any actual consequences, you can do so now in Shank. Previously only available in the ephemeral Humble Bundle 4, Ryan “teh icculus” Gordon tweeted the news out: Shank/linux is now on Steam: http://t.co/NM9OuAdWBk …now with SDL2 (rumble support, Big Picture Mode, better fullscreen, etc). — Ryan [...]
The Indie Gala Bundle, a collection of games suited for a multitude of platforms, also contains one title that is Linux compatible.The bundle is sold in a pay-what-you-want system and the customers will receive four games, but in order to get the Linux compatible title, Shank 2, users will have to pay above the average price.Players will receive a Steam for Linux key for Shank 2.
For a while now, the project Humble Bundle has been publishing, in addition to the Indie and the Android Bundles, the Humble Weekly Sale which usually contains several games from one game company. This time, the Humble Weekly Sale contains two games for Linux and Android from 11 bit studios.
Humble Indie Bundle 7 has arrived and is guaranteed to keep you entertained all winter long!
Pay what you want for The Binding of Isaac (and its DLC, Wrath of the Lamb!), Closure, Shank 2, Snapshot, and the documentary feature film Indie Game: The Movie! If you choose to pay more than the average, you’ll also get Legend of Grimrock and Dungeon Defenders (with a ton of DLC)!
With now a bit less than 6 days remaining the Humble Bundle Android 8 has now added another (Linux compatible) 3 games! As of writing, the average purchase price sits around $4.36, so if you haven't already picked up the Bundle, paying more than that average would net you the original 6 games plus the newly added 3.