Hey everyone. Klebs here and today, it’s with great pleasure that I announce Les Ateliers PHV is now a Humble Partner.

Les Ateliers PHV is a Humble Bundle partner

What’s a Humble Partner?

Someone who’s partnered with Humble Bundle can help the latter sell its products in exchange of a commission by sharing what’s known as affiliate links. When you click on one of these links and you buy the advertised product or anything else on the Humble Bundle website, I receive a seller’s commission. The best part? It comes at no additional cost on your end. However, by using my affiliate links to purchase something on Humble Bundle, you contribute on helping the blog grow (e.g. buying retro video game accessories for review, investing in the development of this website, etc.).

How does it work?

First, you click on the image below or another one just like it on the homepage to access the Humble Bundle website.

Click on this affiliate link to access Humble Bundle

Second, you buy something on that website.

Third? That’s pretty much it.

I don’t know what to buy

Here’s the first affiliate link in image form I’d like to share with you:

affiliate link for The Messenger

The Messenger is a 2D action platformer with retro-style graphics and heavily inspired by Ninja Gaiden on the NES. It’s been released for a while now and I’ve long hesitated to buy it because Linux wasn’t officially supported. Knowing that it’s now playable on Steam with Proton (I’m currently using version 3.16-6 Beta), I gave it a shot and am glad I did.

The most amusing part? Seeing a ninja speak in Québécois, a form of Canadian French.

The Messenger on Linux with Proton

Need more than mere images and recommendations? Don’t take my word for it. See for yourself:

Questions? Comments? Let me know, thanks for reading and laters.