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    Default Humble Indie Bundle #3 Ups The Ante

    Phoronix: Humble Indie Bundle #3 Ups The Ante

    For those that missed it when Humble Indie Bundle #3 made a million dollars, two new games were added to the DRM-free cross-platform pay-what-you-want game collection: Steel Storm and Minecraft...

    http://www.phoronix.com/vr.php?view=OTc0MQ

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    Minecraft was not added, it was there from day zero. I remember it because they had a "Play Minecraft while you're downloading"-Button.

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    They gave a code to redeem the game.

    The wording is kinda confusing though. It makes me think that Minecraft is only playable with that code until the Bundle ends.

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    How much will you pay for each copy Michael?

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    Steelstorm is a blast and have to say right now its the best of the bundle. Getting that as a bonus surprised me big time.

    Given up getting Crayon to work on Suse 11.4, so doing that one via Steam. Rest works smooth

    @Michael, least you can do is link to the right page, all this linking inside phronix is silly

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xilanaz View Post
    Steelstorm is a blast and have to say right now its the best of the bundle. Getting that as a bonus surprised me big time.
    Indeed. As I mentioned in another thread, I sure hope Steel Storm's developers get a cut.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xilanaz View Post
    Given up getting Crayon to work on Suse 11.4, so doing that one via Steam. Rest works smooth
    Weird, encountered no issues myself, even though I run 64bit. Or that might be why it works fine for me since the games picks up the bundled 32bit libraries?

    Surprisingly relaxing game.

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