Five Linux games in ‘Humble Bundle’ weekly


The Humble Weekly Sale features five spectacular Linux compatible games, DRM free!!  Be sure to jump on this amazing offer before it’s gone! This week, pay what you want for the retro-style shoot ‘m up, Jamestown, the mysterious puzzle-platformer, Closure, the intergalactic shooter, S.P.A.Z., and the frantic brick-breaking game Shatter. If you pay $6 or more, you’ll unlock the action-RPG game, Dungeon Defenders, and the highly addictive tower defense game, Defense Grid Gold which isn’t Linux compatible!

Humble Bundle: WEEKLY


Jamestown is a beautiful, new shmup that brings neo-classical flavor to the grand tradition of scrolling arcade shooters. Up to four players blast and dodge bullets through a hostile Martian frontier, armed with the very best in steampunk weaponry. A “stay-alive” co-op system will have you screaming at your buddies during the epic, retro-style, screen-filling boss battles, while unlocking sick new ships and weapons.




In Closure you play as a strange spider-like demon who explores the stories of three human characters through beautiful, eerie environments such as a decrepit factory, a murky forest, an abandoned carnival and the strange, surreal realm that connects them together.


Space Pirates and Zombies

Explore the stars, outfit your own ships and engage in intense combat in this top down space shooter by MinMax Games. Created by a two-man team, Space Pirates and Zombies is reminiscent of classic top-down shooters combined with modern elements like physics-based combat and randomly generated galaxies. Also, zombies.


Shatter is a fresh take on brick-breakers, adding new physics-based concepts to alter the trajectory of every ball in play. Combining an amazing soundtrack by electronic musician, Module, and intense boss battles translates into fantastic music with tight gameplay and frantic action.

Pay more than $6 to unlock:

Dungeon Defenders

Dungeon Defenders is a combination action RPG/tower defense game that lets you (and three other friends!) take on the role of four different hero classes and fend off an invasion of merciless foes. Strategically place various defenses and traps throughout the battlefield and then dive into the action yourself

Humble Bundle: WEEKLY


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2 Comments on "Five Linux games in ‘Humble Bundle’ weekly"

  1. Avatar of prowler
    prowler November 29, 2013 at 06:47 -

    So far, there is a low amount of Linux users who have purchased this bundle. This is probably due to the fact that most of the games in this bundle (if not all) have already been part of previous bundles.

    I know I personally own all but two of the games in this ccurrent bundle.

  2. Avatar of scaine
    scaine November 30, 2013 at 16:44 -

    The title has been updated to show that Defence Grid isn’t compatible, but the opening paragraph still implies that all six games are linux compatible.

    As prowler notes above, all of these games have been featured in previous bundles – I own the lot and I think most linux folk will be in the same boat, or thereabouts.

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