Most of the time, when it comes to Humble Bundles, I advise people to quit being so damn cheap and simply purchase the whole thing. In the case of the new Humble TinyBuild Bundle, be that as it may, I will make a special exception. The whole collection is a good deal, of course, yet if you’re truly just willing to spend a single lousy dollar, then this is the spot to do it.
That $1 will get you the final station, a Russian post-apocalyptic zombie survival train ride that I completely loved: It’s strange and dark and intense and only a little bit janky, and when it was all over I had plenty of ideas about what might have happened yet no definitive decisions about what actually happened. It’s great stuff, and for a buck, it’s definitely worth the price of admission on its own. But it’s not individually: You’ll likewise get Punch Club, Diaries of a Spaceport Janitor, and Speedrunners, all generally good games in their own right.
Beat the normal and you’ll add Hello Neighbor, Streets of Rogue, Cluster Truck, Party Hard, and the Party Hard: High Crimes DLC, or max it out at $13 and tack on Party Hard 2 and Graveyard Keeper, the game that empowered Chris to plumb depths of debasement. He previously didn’t understand he was capable of.
The Humble TinyBuild Bundle is accessible until June 4. Look at The Final Station launch trailer from 2016 down underneath.
Pay $1 or more. Generally, the total price for the games in this bundle is as much as $164. Here at Humble Bundle, you pick the cost and increment your contribution to redesign your bundle! Pay $1 or more to get Steam keys.
Redeem on Steam. The majority of the games in this bundle are accessible on Steam for Windows and some for Mac and Linux as well. Please check out the full framework requirements here preceding to purchasing.
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