It’s the weekend and time for some gaming, considering that the weather can’t really decide if it wants to be sunny, cloudy, or anything other than summer. So with the temperatures falling a bit and preventing the PC from overheating, it’s the perfect time to look at what Humble Bundle has to offer.
First, there’s a Daily Sale at the Humble Store, offering games for a bargain price for a limited time only (at the moment it’s Shadowrun Returns). It lasts all weekend, so it might be worth checking out once in a while. Some other titles are also on sale, like the RPG Maker Weekly Bundle for those who missed it last time.
The Humble Bundle Weekly Sale has an interesting mix of various indie movies and games with its Indievision. It’s not only games-related like Ecstasy of Order: The Tetris Masters or Omega Jam, but other real-life topics are presented in The Quiet Girl’s Guide to Violence, Men With Beards, or Cinema Six. The acting performances might look and sound quite amateurish, but the movies have a certain charm to them and unlike low budget horror flicks, the dialogues and storytelling might be enough to justify their shortcomings.
The games on display are also pretty cool with puzzler A Virus Named Tom or the arcade mix Cryptic Sea EP. Paying more than 6 Dollars also unlocks the movie Minecraft: The Story of Mojang Deluxe Edition and no-brainer FPS Serious Sam 3: BFE. Shelling out for $15 or more gets you the Serious Sam Complete Pack.
If gaming and watching movies is not your kinda thing, the Humble Audio Book Bundle 2 might be more up your alley with The Perfect Storm, Strip Tease, Red Rising, and Grave Sight. Paying more than the average price unlocks How Music Works, Down and Out in the Magic Kingdom, and Hollow World. For $10 or more Fight Club is added as well. More titles will be coming soon, too.
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