September 11, 2013 at 5:08 pm #1822
Just an announcement that a new Humble Bundle is out and this is the best one I have seen in a while. The proceeds are split between charity, the developers, and the humble folks making these bundles. You get Steam keys and DRM-Free versions of the game. Right now the Beat the Average price is about $4.40, meaning if you pull a fin outta your wallet and send it their way you get ALL the following:
Trine 2 (complete): First off; It’s gorgeous. An amazing platformer where you hop around solving puzzles as you interchange between playing a Thief, Knight, and Wizard. Has 3 player local co-op play if you’d rather play with friends.
Mark of the Ninja: A 2D stealth action game. The binary stealth mechanic and sleek art style are what make this game really stand out. The hardest part of this game is deciding whether to mercilessly strike from the shadows or simply ghost past enemies.
Eeets Munchies Beta: A physics-based puzzle game. Still in Beta, but looking promising. Basically this is the sprinkles on top of this decadent Game Bundle Cake.
Brutal Legend: Some crazy mash up of action-adventure-RPG-RTS. It takes itself about as seriously as something you would expect Jack Black (who voices the protagonist) to be in.
FTL: I have never felt so unprepared to Captain a space ship as I did after flying through a few sectors in this game. Everything going smoothly until….BOOM – Solar Flares! Enemy Boarding Party! Shields DOWN! Where did all the Oxygen go? Every time. This game has a clear misunderstanding of the word “Easy”
Fez: a 2.5 dimensional (that’s right 2 and a HALF!) platformer that cranks the 8-bit tunes. Your world has been ripped apart and you are the only one with the ability to save it, thanks to your trusty chapeau.
If you are thinking about purchasing these games, I highly advise you to spend the extra couple of bucks to beat the average because if past bundles are any indication, these guys like to add in an extra game or two to sweeten the pot a few days before the sale is over. If you already paid above average, you are retroactively awarded the additional games.
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