Linux News Today: Humble Indie Bundle 15 Extended to 10 Awesome Linux Games

The new Humble Indie Bundle 15 has been extended and it now comes with 10 games, all Linux compatible, making this collection a priceless one.

The Humble Bundle guys are on fire and they’ve just released a new collection that’s 100% Linux-compatible. Many of the games included have been around for Linux users for some time now, but it never hurts to have this kind of support. As usual, all the titles in such collections also run on Windows and Mac OS X and have Steam support, even if users will have to add the keys manually to Steam.

This is the second Humble Bundle that features indie games, and this is a really good thing since most of the titles are among the best that you can find. It’s also worth mentioning that the Humble Bundle also comes with a few figurines that you can paint yourself and that are provided by Indiebox. It does raise the price of the collection quite a bit, but it makes it more like a collector’s edition.

Humble Indie Bundle 15 is here

“If you lived in the 15th century, you wouldn’t be able to play any of these games. Instead you’d be passing time sailing the ocean blue and stuff. But since you live in the century of the 15th Humble Indie Bundle instead, you can have these games at a price of your choice! Pay what you want for Goodbye Deponia, Q.U.B.E.: Director’s Cut, Sir, You Are Being Hunted, and a coupon for 66% off Planetary Annihilation: TITANS in the Humble Store. Pay more than the average price for Xenonauts, Planetary Annihilation, Skullgirls, Gone Home, Deponia, and Chaos on Deponia. Pay $10 or more for Gang Beasts (Early Access),” reads the announcement.

The promotion for Humble Indie Bundle 15 will run for an additional 6 days, so you’d better hurry up if you want to take advantage of it.

Via Softpedia

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