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Limbo On Linux Incites Humble Bundle Petition

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Over a hundred Linux gamers have signed a petition against the inclusion of non-native games in the popular Humble Bundle compilation in response to the appearance of LIMBO in the fifth such bundle.

In its past four iterations, the bundle has offered gamers a collection of games for Linux, Windows, and Mac with a “pay-what-you-want” philosophy – but the latest compilation includes a version of LIMBO which has not been natively ported to Linux.

In a thread on Reddit, bundle organiser Richard Esguerra explained the reasoning behind the move and urged those experiencing issues to contact their support desk:

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also: The raw truth about Linux game ports




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