I felt a great disturbance in the Force, as if millions of wallets suddenly cried out in terror, and were suddenly silenced. I fear something terrible has happened, or is still to happen as a matter of fact. The Steam Summer Sale kicks off tomorrow… that must be it – people are hiding their plastic cards away to save themselves from bankruptcy! They’ll have to move fast, because a wild Humble Bundle has appeared too, and it looks like it wants to scrape every single last cent clean from the bottom of the wallet barrel.
It’s not just any old Humble Bundle either, it’s an All-Star edition! Is your wallet ready? Check out all these awesome indie titles you can add to your overly large backlog for a handful of Randelas:
Time to release our Greatest Hits album. Musicians so often reach a point where they’ve got lots of songs from over the years that are all in different places. The next question is clear: Why not put them together? Same thing with bundles! So here they are, ready to go for Reunion Tour 2015.
Pay what you want for World of Goo, Super Meat Boy, and Dustforce DX. Pay more than the average price, and you also get Dungeon Defenders Collection, LIMBO, and Braid. Pay $1 above the average or more, and you get all of that plus Risk of Rain and Antichamber!
I’ve played some of these games already. LIMBO was creepy as all heck with its eerie environment and accompanying puzzles, but a fantastic experience overall, while Super Meat Boy served an excuse for much table flipping. Based on those two alone, I would say the bundle is well worth it. Most of the soundtracks are even thrown in as a bonus!
Remember, if you purchase the bundle, you can choose exactly how you want your money to be split between the developers, Humble themselves, and charity. The charities for this bundle are Watsi and Child’s Play.
I’m sorry to bring you this news of cheap games, but somebody’s gotta do it! Will you be buying this bundle, or are you saving for the big bad Steam one? GOODBYE MONEY!
Last Updated: June 10, 2015
June 10, 2015 at 19:26
When it comes to steam sales, the best is to only buy what you have on your wishlist and just set yourself a budget. If you can’t control your spending well then it sucks to be you in a modern day world with clever sales marketing. Happy shopping and backlog collecting!
June 10, 2015 at 20:37
Done! Just bought my first Humble Bundle. Thanks for the heads up!