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Humble Choice to retire Mac and Linux offerings starting February 1

11 days ago   |   By MobileSyrup

After announcing changes to its Humble Choice subscription model , Humble has revealed that it will retire all DRM-free Mac and Linux titles from its Humble Trove.
Humble users will now need to download a new client to manage titles through the company's newly established subscription service, which begins on February 1st. The main drawback is that it is only compatible with Windows.
Up until now, the company added new titles to the Trove every month as part of Humble Choice subscriber perks. The company will now offer 10 PC games to subscribers every month, for a cost of $12/month. None...
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The Humble Bundle game service is ending Mac support

The Humble Bundle game service is ending Mac support

11 days ago   |   By Macworld

Humble is a game service that is known for its Bundles, curated collections of independent games where buyers can not only set the price, but also decide how the money is divided amongst the developers. However, Humble recently sent an email to its customers announcing that Mac and Linux support will end on January 31, 2022. The company will only support Windows games through a subscription service.
If you're a Humble user and have games stored in the Humble Trove, the company's catalog of games, you have until the end of this month to download them. After that, only PC versions will be...
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The Humble Choice subscription is ditching Mac and Linux gamers

The Humble Choice subscription is ditching Mac and Linux gamers

11 days ago   |   By PC World

As far as PC gaming goes, if you're not on Windows, you're still getting the short end of the stick. While macOS and Linux have enjoyed much broader access to major game titles in the last few years, it's still only a fraction of new games that launch on more than one PC platform. Humble, they of the Humble Bundle and the Humble Choice subscription service, aren't helping things out. An upcoming shift in the service will see an abrupt end to support for Mac and Linux as platforms.
It's a bit complicated. See, the Humble Choice service is switching from a multi-tiered options to a single...
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Humble Bundle subscription drops Linux and Mac support

Humble Bundle subscription drops Linux and Mac support

11 days ago   |   By SlashGear

Humble Choice subscribers on Mac or Linux were given some bad news today, as we learned that Humble Trove will soon drop support for those two operating systems. This is something of a shock because Humble has made a point of supporting Mac and Linux games since it launched more than a decade ago. Soon, that functionality will be a...
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