Call you Tim Saver
Sometimes you don’t have to choose between quality and quantity. Sometimes you get both. And, when the stars align just right and fortune’s on your side, all that quality and quantity comes very cheap.
That’s the case with this week’s newest Humble Bundle. In celebration of Double Fine’s 20th anniversary (time flies), there are 19 of the studio’s games packaged together for $9 total. Plus, you’ll get four documentaries thrown in too.
It sounds like a lot, but it isn’t everything Double Fine has done. There’s a bunch that’s missing, probably because of publisher-specific deals or that it just wasn’t included. Costume Quest 2, The Cave, Stacking, and Trenched are a few notable omissions that stick out. Also, the higher tier is mostly a lot of Double Fine-published games rather than ones the studio actually developed. Going back to that first sentence in the paragraph: It isn’t everything Double Fine has done, but Everything is included.
Here’s what’s in the Humble Double Fine 20th Anniversary Bundle:
Pay $1 or more:
- Amnesia Fortnite 2012 (documentary)
- Amnesia Fortnite 2014 (documentary)
- Amnesia Fortnite 2017 (documentary)
- Double Fine Adventure Complete Series Deluxe Edition (documentary)
Pay more than the average to unlock ($8.60 at time of writing):
- Broken Age
- Brutal Legend
- Costume Quest
- Day of the Tentacle Remastered
- Massive Chalice
- Psychonauts in the Rhombus of Ruin (VR)
Pay $9 or more (and really, you should just chip in the extra 40 cents over the middle tier):
- Escape Goat 2
- Full Throttle Remastered
- Gang Beasts
- Grim Fandango Remastered