Dammit, Humble guys. We leave you alone for a few days, and you barf up more games all over your website. There are two Humble happenings right now. Firstly, their Weekly Sale ticked over - kicking out the retro shooters and replacing them with the cold, dark void of Egosoft's space obsession. The entirety of the X-Series is being made available, minus the upcoming, spectacle promising, X-Rebirth. Secondly, over in the Humble mansion's main wing, the Indie Bundle 9 has added four more games, including Bastion and Limbo.
Here's what's in the Weekly Sale:
X: Beyond the Frontier X-Tension X2: The Threat X3: Reunion plus its DLC X3: Reunion - Bonus Package X3: Terran Conflict (for purchases above $6) X3: Albion Prelude plus its soundtrack (for purchases above $6) X-Superbox Bonus Material (for purchases above $6) X-Rebirth soundtrack
Alternatively, replace that entire list with a man shouting "SPAAAAAAAAAAACE!" forever. It amounts to pretty much the same thing.
And now, in the more than $2.89 million raising Humble Indie Bundle 9, you can get the following for an above-the-average purchase:
Rocketbirds: Hardboiled Chicken A Virus Named Tom Bastion Limbo
That's all for this weeks edition of "Humble: The 'Oh Dear God How Am I Going To Play All Of These Games' Story".
The X games hurl you into the most detailed universe ever created, right into the middle of an epic, intergalactic story filled with twists and turns at every jump gate. Become the hero once more as you TRADE, FIGHT, BUILD, and THINK your way to victory.
Immerse yourself in a living, breathing universe where all your actions have consequences.
Egosoft is happy to announce that from today, a Japanese text translation for X3: Terran Conflict and X3: Albion Prelude is available on Steam for all users. This translation is provided with thanks to our publishing partner zoo.co.jp and should fix the problem some users were experiencing when installing the Japanese version on an account where the international version was already installed.
Updates to X3: Terran Conflict (3.2c) and X3: Albion Prelude (2.5.2) have been released.
In both games, Chinese localization files have been updated. Localized achievements are now available for Russian, Simplified Chinese and Traditional Chinese.
The update 2.5.2 for X3: Albion Prelude also includes the following changes: • Added full voice support for Russian language • Fixed issue where many replacement fighters would spawn at shipyards (existing fighters are removed) • Fixed issue where captured or boarded ships from war sectors may be removed later • Fixed duration of subtitles and displayed hints in several languages • Fixed minor user interface issues
Updates to X3: Terran Conflict (3.2b) and X3: Albion Prelude (2.1) have been released.
The following new language versions are now available (text only): • Czech (X3:TC) • Spanish (X3:TC and X3:AP)
The update 2.1 for X3: Albion Prelude includes the following changes: • Fixed briefing issue with Albion Prelude plot • Fixed case where HQ plot would not start • Fixed issues with RRF spawning • Fixed custom script hotkey handling
This update, to version 3.2, brings several bug-fixes and performance improvements that have been back-ported from X3: Albion Prelude.
New Features and Improvements:
- CIG push effect now uses falloff - Improved missile friendly fire behaviour - Player missiles now immune to bullet damage for 2 seconds after launch - Added new windowed mode resolutions and support for res.dat file - Improved target rectangle scaling at high screen resolutions - Several performance optimisations
- Fixed ships never docking at docking clamps unless SETA is engaged - Fixed hitting Boost sending you back through the gate you have just come through - Fixed some dialogue choice lines in the Buy Sector Information service - Fixed rare broken handling of right mini-monitor - Fixed rare crash when Game Over is shown - Fixed rare Alt-Tab problem during startup