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The Humble Double Fine Presents Bundle is Now Live

Every game in this bundle is available on Steam, or as DRM Free download

The Humble Double Fine Presents Bundle is Now Live

The Humble Double Fine Presents Bundle is Now Live

Humble and Double Fine Entertainment have presented PC gamers their Humble Double Fine Presents Bundle, collecting a wide range of DRM-Free titles to sell for some incredibly low prices. 

Every game in this bundle boasts a "Very Positive" review rating on Steam and will be available as a DRM-Free download or as a Steam code. Most games in this bundle are also playable outside of Windows, with every game supporting MacOS while five out of the seven support Linux. 

Like most Humble Bundles, the revenue from bundle purchases is split between the developers behind its included games, a charity and Humble themselves. By default, developers receive 65% of the bundle's revenue, Extra Life and the Children's Miracle Network Hospital (+ another user-selected charity) will receive 15% of the bundle's earnings, and Humble will receive 20%. These percentages can be changed by purchasers, allowing them to deliver 100% of proceeds to the game's developers, Humble or their chosen charity.

Pay What You Want

- Mountain
- 140
- THOTH

Pay More Than Average (Currently £5.19)

- GNOG
- Escape Goat 2

Pay $10

- Gang Beasts
- Everything  

The Humble Double Fine Presents Bundle is Now Live

 

The Humble Double Fine Presents will be available for the next two weeks on the Humble Store.

You can join the discussion on the Humble Double Fine Presents Bundle on the OC3D Forums.

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Most Recent Comments

15-01-2019, 15:15:42

Greenback
Don't think I've even heard of any of themQuote

15-01-2019, 15:16:32

looz
Gang Beasts is fantastic for local multiplayer, but otherwise not worth a second thought.Quote

17-01-2019, 06:54:37

Peace
Quote:
Originally Posted by looz View Post
Gang Beasts is fantastic for local multiplayer, but otherwise not worth a second thought.
Is that the reason why it shows as "Mixed" on the picture? I always had a desperate desire to get Gang Beasts, but I'm not sure if a tenner is worth it :/ Haven't heard of the other games as well, but Double Fine also made Brütal Legend, which was awesome.Quote

17-01-2019, 07:36:54

looz
They've revamped the controls a few times, and each time it has gotten worse IMO. They've eliminated some bugs but they were part of the fun, and the characters seem to have more weight nowadays.


It's still a blast though.Quote
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