Get Nuclear Throne and more for just $10 with the 17th Humble Indie Bundle

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Humble Indie 17 Bundle Nucelar Throne

Last week, Humble Bundle unveiled a collection of survival focused titles for cheap. Though I was sorely tempted to grab it (despite not really wanting any of the featured games), I decided that my backlog didn’t need growing. I ended up putting my credit card away, grateful that I’d survived yet another onslaught from those dastardly Humble Bundle folks.

This week, my resolve will crumble for sure. My backlog still doesn’t need growing, but who the hell am I to say no to this excellent Humble Indie 17 Bundle?

In 1776, America declared independence from British rule. This is the 17th Humble Indie Bundle, and we’re declaring independent games rule!

Pay what you want for Lethal League, The Beginner’s Guide, and Galak-Z. Pay $1 or more to receive a coupon for 10% off Humble Monthly for new subscribers. Pay more than the average price and you’ll also get Lovers In A Dangerous Spacetime, Octodad: Dadliest Catch, and SUPER TIME FORCE ULTRA. Pay $10 or more for all of that plus Nuclear Throne.

The reason this bundle appeals to me so strongly is because I do not own any of the features titles. NOT A SINGLE ONE!

Yet, I’ve heard so much about many of them. Nuclear Throne for example, gets constant praise from one of my good friends, and lots of attention too (I often see him playing it on Steam). Coincidentally, he’s a doctor, which means he is smart, which means he makes good life choices by default!

Nuclear Throne is just one of the many rad indie titles featured in this bundle. It, along with the rest of the collection, can be picked up for a measly $10 – they’d all cost $121 together ordinarily.

Yeah, there’s no saying no this time, is there? Please hold while I grab my credit card to spend cash on games I’ll probably never get around to playing. Damn you Humble Bundle… DAMN YOU!

Last Updated: August 17, 2016

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