Hot off the back of the successful Humble Double Fine Bundle, the indie loving crew behind the pay-what-you want game packs, has launched another one, this time packing in a load of different titles, including the beautiful anti-game, Dear Esther.
As usual it’s pay what you want (over a dollar if you want a Steam key), with anyone paying above average netting some extra goodies. In this instance, any donation at all will get you Little Inferno, Awesomenauts, Capsized, Dear Esther and Thomas Was Alone. Paying more than the average (currently $5.69) will also give you the chance to play Proteus and Hotline Miami.[yframe url=’http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MBWmjJSpgsE#!’]
Featuring both Proteus and Dear Esther in one package, would point to a much more sedate bundle than usual, but when you throw Hotline Miami in there, it evens things out and brings the violence and bloodshed back to an acceptable level.
If you’re in need of some new backing tracks for your every day existence too, buying this up also nets you the soundtracks for six of the seven available titles.
Of course as usual, a customisable portion goes to charity. So don’t be cheap guys.
KitGuru Says: This is way too soon. I’ve only just finished Costume Quest and I’ve not even started Brutal Legend yet. There’s only so many games a man can play god-dammit!