The lights are on
Humble Bundle has become so popular with big-name game
makers (including Sid
Meier) that it's easy to forget the website started by spotlighted indie
games. The newest Humble Weekly sale returns to the site's roots with six great
sale features gravity-shifting puzzlers And
Yet It Moves and The
Bridge, the haunting interactive story game Dear
Esther, and the first three chapters of the stop-motion adventure series The
Dream Machine. You'll also get the psychedelic-looking Luxuria Superbia and
7 Grand Steps, a digital board game that spans 7000 years.
Gamers are free to pay whatever they want for the bundle,
but will have to shell out at least $6 to get Dear Esther, The Bridge, and 7
Grand Steps. As always, purchasers can choose how to split their money between
the developers, Humble Bundle, and a charity – in this case the IndieCade
[Source: Humble Bundle]
Despite not being much of a PC player,
I own over 100 games on Steam, most of which have come from buying Humble
bundles. I'm a sucker for great game sales, and I'm glad to see some talented
indie developers being featured in this week's sale.
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