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Thread: Humble Indie Bundle 9 Brings New Linux Games

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    Quote Originally Posted by entropy View Post
    Well, it seems he's not really on the diplomatic side.
    Why did you edit out the linked image?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ancurio View Post
    Why did you edit out the linked image?
    TBH, I don't know if those quotes are legit after all.
    Not clever posting it in the first place...

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    Quote Originally Posted by rmenessec View Post
    I see they still don't bother to list which ports for Linux (if any) have native 64-bit builds. The last time I tried to get this information from them, the HIB had ended before they replied. Can anyone tell me if any of these games have native 64-bit builds? Or are they all exclusively IA32 again?
    Happy to check! Though I never personally saw the point if not install the 32bit libs, but anyway...

    Eets Munchies - 64-bit
    FTL - 64-bit
    FEZ - 64-bit

    Brutal Legend - 32-bit only
    Trine 2 - 32-bit only

    Mark of the Ninja - Unkown, the steam version only has 32-bit, but that's pretty normal. The Humble download is like 3GB, so it'll take a while.

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    Bought with bitcoin, downloaded with torrent. Some good stuff there, I've been wanting to play Fez for a while now. Great to see a Linux port of it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KameZero View Post
    Happy to check! Though I never personally saw the point if not install the 32bit libs, but anyway...
    Funnily i don't see a point in installing 32bit libs in my 64bit system. I 'll probably install steam (and maybe play a game or two -i am no gamer) when no 32bit parts are required.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thaodan View Post
    Sadly no TL2
    This exactly. I understand TL1 was done from a different company. They should get Ryan and get a TL2 port out and put both on Steam or directly from their site.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Frett View Post
    This exactly. I understand TL1 was done from a different company. They should get Ryan and get a TL2 port out and put both on Steam or directly from their site.
    I'd really like to see the Humble Bundle guys to change terms for the participating companies.
    If they have a game already out on Steam for Windows or even Mac, participating in a HB requires
    them to release the Linux(/Mac) ports on Steam as well.

    And yes - before yelling at me - I'm all for still providing DRM-free versions with separate installers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Frett View Post
    This exactly. I understand TL1 was done from a different company. They should get Ryan and get a TL2 port out and put both on Steam or directly from their site.
    Tl1 and 2 are by the same makers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by entropy View Post
    I'd really like to see the Humble Bundle guys to change terms for the participating companies.
    If they have a game already out on Steam for Windows or even Mac, participating in a HB requires
    them to release the Linux(/Mac) ports on Steam as well.

    And yes - before yelling at me - I'm all for still providing DRM-free versions with separate installers.
    Yes, this would be very nice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thaodan View Post
    Tl1 and 2 are by the same makers.
    He meant the Linux port was done by a different company.

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