Mac and Linux games are being removed from Humble Bundle. Starting on February 1st, the Mac and Linux versions of video games will no longer be available for download on the Humble Trove.
Humble also announced it would be simplifying its subscription service process by offering users a single monthly plan that costs $12. This program will be launched on February 1st, the same day that Mac and Linux games will be removed from the service’s storefront.
Humble offers users a catalog of 70+ video games. These titles are all DRM-free, meaning you can download them directly to your device and play them at any time.
Humble Bundle Inc. is a digital storefront that was created by Jeff Rosen and John Graham in 2010. The organization’s headquarters are located in San Francisco, California.