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The Humble Indie Bundle 17 — yes, seventeen — is now live, ready to partake of your purchasing pleasure. 

As always the schtick is easy to predict — there are a bunch of cross-platform, DRM-free games and you can buy them for pretty much any price you want.

All Games Support Linux!

Attack of the awesome or what: all the games on offer in the latest Humble Indie Bundle support Linux! Hurrah! Amazing!

This spin of the wheel offers three games for as little as $0.01 (you utter tightwad, you!):

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

Pony up 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 really want to score some kudos points with the undefinable collective opinion™ you can blag an extra title by paying $10 or more:

  • Nuclear Throne

Even more games are scheduled to be added to the bundle over the next 14 days — so keep an eye on there (or here) for details.

For a looksie at the system requirements for each game (aren’t you sensible!) click on this link.

Don’t forget that you get to choose where your contribution, however feeble it might be, goes. Split it between games devs, charity and Humble, or stack it on all the side of the games devs — your tip, your choice!

The Humble Indie Bundle 17

Any would be game reviewers out there fancy writing a review of the Linux port of these titles? We might be interested in publishing it…

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