Humble Indie Bundle 17 Comes Ready With 7 Linux Games

You read the title right – 17! The Humble Indie Bundle 17 is now available worldwide for customers from different walks of life and that’s not all, it comes with a bunch of DRM-free games that are cross-platform. Users are at liberty to buy them for pretty much any price of their choosing.

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All Games Support Linux!

It seems a Linux love portion hit these guys because all the games on offer in this latest Humble Indie Bundle support Linux! Amazing!

This spin of the wheel offers three games for as little as $0.01 (that’s close to nothing!):

  • Lethal League
  • The Beginner’s Guide
  • Galak-Z

If you pony up just a little more than the average price at the time of purchase (splash the cash, flash) and you get:

  • Lovers in a Dangerous Spacetime
  • Octodad: The Dadliest Catch
  • Super Time Force Ultra

If you are feeling relly generous today, or maybe you’re just in on more than a little cash that you can spare then break a leg and pay $10 or more:

  • Nuclear Throne

For those of us gamers who are particular about the system requirements for each game you can go ahead and follow this link. And don’t forget that irrespective of how little or big your contribution is you get to choose where it goes. Be kind enough to split it between Humble, charity, game devs. It’s your choice.

Oh, and while you are downloading the Humble Indie Bundle 17, remember that some more games will be added to it subsequently. In other words, stay tuned to Ubuntu next for more awesome updates.

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Okoi Martins Jr.
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