Linux News Today: Humble Eye Candy Bundle Brings Five Beautiful Games to Your Linux Gaming Rig
Dear Linux gamers, we have the great pleasure to inform you today about a new games bundle from the famous Humble Bundle initiative, which includes five beautiful games for your GNU/Linux gaming rig.
Humble Eye Candy Bundle is now live, and if you’ve been purchasing game bundles from Humble Bundle and you are subscribed to their newsletter, there might be a change that you have already brought this one too, but if not, we would like to fill you in with all the details you need to know about this wonderful bundle.
“Now in Bundlevision! Want games that are not only fun to play but also fun to stare at? We’ve got a treat for you! With this bundle of graphically gripping games, you can game for hours, and then when you’re done, you can pause the game and stare at the glorious images in front of you,” reads the new Humble Eye Candy Bundle.
Three tiers, seven awesome games for Linux, Mac OS X, and Windows
Humble Eye Candy Bundle can bring you a total of seven games, but only five of them will work on your GNU/Linux machine, and, as usual, the game bundle is split into three tiers. The first one lets you have Human Resource Machine, Shantae: Risky’s Revenge – Director’s Cut (Windows only), and A Boy and His Blob A Boy and His Blob for a $1 or more.
The second tier will bring you three more games, namely Mini Metro, Mushroom 11, and Towerfall Ascension, but you’ll have to pay more the average price, which right now is set at $4.73, but it will rise soon, so you need to hurry up and buy it as soon as possible.
Finally, the third tier gives you the awesome Evoland 2 game, which unfortunately only works on Microsoft Windows and Mac OS X systems, and you’ll have to pay $10 or more to own it. With any of the aforementioned tiers, you’ll also get a coupon for 10% off of one month of Humble Monthly (valid only for new subscribers).
As expected, all games in the Humble Eye Candy Bundle are redeemable on Steam for Windows, and the ones that work on Linux and Mac too, on Steam for Linux and Steam for Mac. Some of them are also available as DRM-free builds. So, are you still here reading this? Go get your games right now and have a lot of fun!