Linux News Today: Humble Jumbo Bundle 6 Brings Four Superb Games to Linux Users
Hooray! Hooray! Attention, Linux gamers from all over the web, there’s a new Humble Bundle available that lets you buy up to seven superb, cross-platform games on the cheap, four of them being Linux-ready.
Humble Jumbo Bundle 6 is now live (click and buy now, read later), and if you’ve subscribed to their list of announcements, you could have probably already received the great news we want to share with you today.
Long story short, Humble Bundle’s new game bundle comes with only seven games split into three tiers, for which you need to pay the maximum sum of 12 USD, which means approximately 11 euros or 8 British pounds.
The first tier is called “Pay what you want!” and consists of the Oceanhorn: Monster of Uncharted Seas (Windows only), Shadowrun Chronicles – Boston Lockdown + Soundtrack, and WARMACHINE Tactics – Standard Edition + Mercenaries Faction Bundle (Windows and Mac only).
Pay $12 or more to also unlock Grey Goo Definitive Edition!
The second tier is called “Pay more than the average of…” and includes the Shadowrun: Dragonfall – Director’s Cut, Dreamfall Chapters, and Magicka 2 games. The average is $6.49 at the moment of writing this article, so you need to hurry up and get the bundle now, that in case you didn’t follow the instructions below.
Finally, for the third tier, you’ll have to pay the sum of $12 or more to unlock the Grey Goo Definitive Edition game, which, unfortunately, is available only for the Microsoft Windows platform. As usual, next Tuesday, Humble Bundle will add more titles to Humble Jumbo Bundle 6, so stay tuned!
As a final note, you should know that the games are worth $169, are DRM-free, and can be activated on Steam for Linux, Mac, or Windows. With this bundle, you’ll also receive a coupon of 10% off Humble Monthly, and you can, as always, choose where the money goes.