Gaming is dangerous. It’s not good for your health at all. While it may not be quite as potentially detrimental to your wellbeing as eating undercooked pork, it could still give you a nasty case of worms – especially if you buy the latest Weekly Humble Bundle.
This week’s bundle puts together a collection of Team 17’s infamous and iconic angry annelids, along with a few other games made by the British studio. Wait, what? They’ve made other games?
You can pay what you like to get yourself Worms (Linux, Mac, PC); Worms Crazy Golf plus soundtrack (Mac, PC); Alien Breed: Trilogy (PC); Light (Linux, Mac, PC) and Worms Armageddon plus soundtrack (PC).
Pay $6 or more to get Worms Revolution Gold plus soundtrack (PC); Worms Reloaded plus soundtrack (Linux, Mac, PC); Flockers (Linux, Mac, PC) and Schrödinger’s Cat and the Raiders of the Lost Quark (Linux, Mac, PC), as well as vouchers for 66% off The Escapists and 33% off Sheltered (Early Access).
Feeling generous enough to spend $12? $12 or more will net you Worms Clan Wars 4 pack (Linux, Mac, PC), LA Cops (Mac, PC) and also Beyond Eyes (Linux, Mac, PC). There’s also some DLC for The Escapists going free to anyone – even those who don’t buy in to the weekly bundle.
Those up to paying $70 get themselves the Team 17 Legacy Collection; pretty much all of the company’s games.
- Alien Breed Trilogy
- Beyond Eyes
- LA Cops
- Schrodinger’s Cat and the Raiders of the Lost Quark
- Sheltered (Early Access)
- Superfrog HD
- The Escapists
- The Escapists: Fhurst Peak Correctional Facility – DLC
- The Escapists: Alcatraz – DLC
- The Escapists: Escape Team – DLC
- The Escapists: Duct Tapes are Forever
- The Escapists: The Walking Dead
- Worms Armageddon
- Worms Blast
- Worms Clan Wars
- Worms Crazy Golf
- Worms Pinball
- Worms Reloaded: Game of the Year Edition
- Worms Revolution Gold Edition
- Worms Ultimate Mayhem – Deluxe Edition
- Worms World Party Remastered
That’s a lot of Worms – and frankly, I think it’s too much. The Worms games have always (beyond the odd, 3D ones) always just made little incremental changes, so having just about all of the games doesn’t make much sense to my head. Or my stomach.
Last Updated: November 27, 2015