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Humble Bundle 11 has The Swapper, Guacamelee! and more


1:15 PM on 02.18.2014
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It's Humble Bundle time again and you know what that means; pay what you want for some great games but pay a little extra to get even more. Humble Bundle 11 has some great games from the few years like Guacamelee!: Gold Edition, Dust: An Elysian Tail, Giana Sisters: Twisted Dream, and a personal favorite from 2013, The Swapper.

As always, if you beat the average price you can get yourself some extra games; this time you'll get some other standouts from 2013: the co-op heist fun of Monaco and the mind-bending puzzler Antichamber. You'll also get all the soundtracks for the games you purchase which is what I'm planning to do even though I own almost all the games in bundle already. 






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