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Meaning no offense...
But the "Humble Bundle" usually consists of one rather pretty physics based side scrolling platformer, two or three casual puzzle games like Cogs, and a mediocre tower shooter.
None of them new to the Windows gamer and frequently on sale for the Windows platform elsewhere.
The Linux share looks generous, but it is still only half retail list for a single game, and only one quarter of the return from Windows.
My own contributions have gone entirely to charities. Which is the best choice, I think, given what I am willing and able to pay.
I passed on the current HB and I can't shake the feeling that they are growing progressively weaker and more obscure.
I am not interested in alpha builds or failed projects.
If you're looking for a game on Linux that isn't available anywhere else, you're never going to find it.
Even if Linux sales are decent enough to make it a good target, the Windows and console markets are far larger.
It would never make sense to write a Linux exclusive game for money.
If there was an open source game that was only for Linux, people who like Windows would probably port it.