Trine is a beautiful fantasy action platformer with a fairytale-like atmosphere, following the journey of three heroes - a Wizard, a Knight and a Thief - in a quest to save the kingdom from evil. The gameplay is based on fully interactive physics - each character's different abilities and tactics can be used to invent new ways to battle an army of undead and overcome obstacles, and restore the balance of the world.

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The Humble Indie Bundle is back. You can get five games without DRM, four of them for Linux and Mac and you can pay what you want. The Games are Trine, Shadowgrounds, Shadowgrounds Survivor, Jack Claw and Splot.

Posted by joeka on Apr 26th, 2011

UPDATE: Less than a day left, so get in before it is too late!

Wolfire's indie game pack, The Humble Indie Bundle is back with 5 games from Frozenbyte. As per usual there will be no DRM and we are humbled that Desura will again be helping to distribute the purchased games!

You can pay what you want and even donate part of it to help charity (Electronic Frontier Foundation and Child's Play). The big titles included are:

All of the games but Jack Claw will be release for Linux, Mac and Windows. But the Jack Claw source code will be published, so there are good chances that it gets ported by the community.

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Captain-Arse Apr 12 2011 says:

*i think it froze my computer..... i am very sorry to hear that sir.... xD* nuff said

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yarow12 Apr 14 2011 replied:

I don't get it. @.@

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Nehmulos Apr 15 2011 replied:

look at the chat at 2:43 in the video. :)

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KameZero Apr 12 2011 says:

Bought it. Downloading Trine. Redeemed on Desura.

Now to keep waiting for the Desura Linux client so I don't have to keep all these games updated by myself :p

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Mdyter Apr 12 2011 says:

Glad that Humble Indie Bundle is back and we can redeem on Desura too =)

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Kamikazi[Uk] Apr 12 2011 says:

I thought the first humble pack was the best by far. This isn't to bad, trine looks great but others don't look particularly exciting. May just buy it for trine :D.

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figalot Apr 13 2011 replied:

I agree !!! The 1st one was awesome the 2nd was......okay.....but this ones only interest is trine.

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xXMaNiAcXx Apr 25 2011 replied:

Shadowgrounds is amazing.

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INtense! Apr 12 2011 says:

I've brought 1 bundle I don't need (as a test), so if you want it tweet @desura and link to it here. And i'll send you the key to redeem these games on Desura. Will pick the person at random in exactly 24hours...

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Ark_ Apr 12 2011 replied:

My as well try my luck :P!/Arkage Either way i'll probily end up geting them, assuming my top up will arrive at pay pal soon enough.

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Ubris Apr 12 2011 replied:

I am interested too :)!/Ulbri

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ZPower Apr 12 2011 replied:

Luck has been tried.


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D3L3T10n Apr 12 2011 replied:

I guess I'll try also!!/DrSkittlesworth

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KortalMombat Apr 15 2011 replied:

Are you lot really that cheap that you cant even donate to charity for these...

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EaglesNestOne Apr 12 2011 replied:

The humble bundles are the best! Too bad I'm not old enough to have a paypal account ;_;.

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kazumo Apr 12 2011 says:

Awesome, I think I'm going to buy.

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kapcom01 Apr 12 2011 says:

Bought it! Waiting for Desura Linux version!

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valzi Apr 12 2011 says:

It's actually 3 games (4 if you count the promise of a future game, which is fine.) Jack Claw isn't a complete game and won't be.

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KameZero Apr 14 2011 replied:

Actually, it looks like Jack Claw WILL be a real game... more or less.... eventually. Really it depends on if there becomes a community behind it.

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Tomvine Apr 12 2011 says:

I see no reason NOT to get it! If only for helping out charities and the good people who host these. However, I thought the Trine demo was excellent - excited to play it in full. There's always room for a top-down shooter here, too!

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marksman52 Apr 12 2011 says:

I feel soooooo evil.

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SlickMcRunFast Apr 13 2011 says:

Trine for Linux! I guess I'll be late to work tomorrow. I was really working hard on getting to sleep early.

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altercuca Apr 13 2011 says:

i love this take...makes me feels good the idea that my money doesn't go to f**** koteck!!!!
EDIT: i love the new thing that i can raise the payment later...once i have more money i give some more :D!

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Betelgeuze Apr 13 2011 says:

None of the games work on my Mac. The first Mac games I have trouble with.

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galdor Apr 13 2011 buried:


mac ***

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Betelgeuze Apr 14 2011 replied:

25 right?

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JoeNuggets Apr 13 2011 says:


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Pennypacker Apr 13 2011 says:

Bought and donated :)

You guys are the best!

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ne_zavarj Apr 14 2011 says:

Sorry guys , but his is the first " indie " pack , i don't want in my collection .

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Metalspy Apr 14 2011 says:

It's a shame a lot of people are paying so little :P Although the possibility is there to do so, so no one can blame them of course :P And 'something' always beats 'nothing' ;)

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iiNsane Apr 14 2011 says:

lol epic "narrator"

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linux-gamer-91 Apr 15 2011 says:

Its a very good Bundle. My favorite Game is Trine.

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Cry-Ruan Apr 15 2011 says:

Donated 50 USD, gotta do what you can to up those stats. :)

Just installed Trine so far, damn this is awesome.

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timstro59 Apr 15 2011 says:

ive bought all 3 bundles, and i will continue to buy the bundles as people support them.

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olvimasta Apr 18 2011 says:

I already own the games on steam, but I RECOMMEND THAT PEOPLE GET THEM!!

Trine is a platformer (with physics!).
Shadowgrounds is overhead view shooter.
Alien Breed, Alien Swarm)from a top down diablo 2 perspective.

I recommend the first three games, dont know much about the others lol.

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olvimasta Apr 18 2011 says:

starting to sound like now...I liek!
DRM-free, pay what you want (radiohead model, lol?) and CROSS-PLATFORM SUPPORT! omg!

Ive been installing ubuntu and edubuntu on workplace laptops, and is discovering linux-based OS-systems for myself now, so I like that alot.

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archl Apr 20 2011 says:

none of these games run properly... shadow* don't launch. trine cannot save.

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claytonian Apr 26 2011 replied:

assuming you've either gone full retard (on mac or windows), or don't know how to linux (still full retard)

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hero1900 Apr 23 2011 says:

already grape it
i loved trine so good game

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Res1 Apr 26 2011 says:

Ive never heard of the humble Bundle before! This was awesome All those games for so cheap! when will the next bundle happen?

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Protektor Jun 2 2011 replied:

Your best bet for knowing when the next Humble Bundle will come out is to get on their announce mailing list so they email you when the new Humble Bundle is announced. They don't have a scheduled release cycle because game companies have to sign up for it and all the games have to be for Linux, Mac and Windows or they can't be a part of the bundle, oh and no DRM (copy protection) either.

I think Jack Claw skated by on the last bundle because it wasn't a full game and the source code was released in the bundle for it. I thought they were going to work on eventually porting Jack Claw to Linux and Mac and release it for everyone. If Frozenbyte doesn't I am sure someone out there will port it eventually to Linux and probably Mac.

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SiPlus May 4 2011 says:

Can't buy it, redemption doesn't work on Lockerz=(

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Protektor Jun 2 2011 says:

I grabbed my bundle the moment it came out. That makes the 3rd Humble Bundle I have bought. I just wish we could easily get updates for it.

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Protektor Jun 2 2011 says:

I might mention that Ryan "Icculus" Gordon mentioned in a talk at a conference that a lot of companies are dying to get in to the bundle but they don't have a Linux version or a Linux and Mac version so he and others are getting overloaded with requests for porting. You watch the clip of his talk online here:

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Protektor Jun 13 2011 says:

I don't know how many of you saw this. It looks like Frozenbyte did do a Linux version of Jack Claw. I just downloaded it off the Humble Bundle website using the link they give you for your purchase. They ported everything (game & editor) over to Linux for Jack Claw and released the ported source code as well.

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hero1900 Apr 3 2012 replied:

thx for sharing

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