Humble Bundle Drops Linux and macOS, Gives Customers Mere Weeks to Save Their Games

by Ryan Whitwam

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Humble Bundle appeared more than a decade ago with an interesting pitch: pay what you want for a bundle of DRM-free games, but the more you paid, the more games you got. Over time, the site has…

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