Recently Humble Bundle ran a bundle promoting GameMaker, allowing people to get a program that gave them development abilities along with the source codes of various games. Now another development program, Clickteam Fusion, is doing similar with the Humble Clickteam Fusion Bundle.
The first tier can be had for $1 and its biggest asset is Clickteam Fusion 2.5 Standard, a game development program that seeks to make it as easy as possible to develop games. You’ll also be getting five games, four of which are available on Steam and one that is just a DRM free download. The non-Steam game is Rock Rock Rocket, a 2.5d open world FPS where you must survive a hostile planet in real time. Next up is Oniken, an NES-styled platformer meant to be a (very difficult) throwback to games like Strider and Ninja Gaiden. The third game is Plantera, an idle clicker game with a cute aesthetic. You can read our review of it here. Fourth is Tick Tock Isle, a time traveling adventure game/puzzle platformer hybrid. We have a review of this game as well. Finally, you’ll get Necromonads, an arcade shooter styled after Defenders. This tier also contains the source code for both Rock Rock Rocket and Necromonads, a $50 coupon for Clickteam Fusion 2.5 Developer, and a 10% coupon for the Humble Monthly Bundle.
The second tier is available for the flat price of $7 and includes an add-on for Clickteam Fusion 2.5 and four more games. The add-on is the Universal Windows Program Exporter, which helps port your game to the Windows 10 store and Xbox One. As for the games, the first available is The Yawhg. A multiplayer choose your own adventure game, here you and three other players will make decisions on how to prepare for an upcoming evil. Next up is Five Nights at Freddy’s 3, the third entry in the popular horror series where you must watch cameras while keeping the various systems online. You can read our review here. Following that is Quadle, a jumping puzzle game similar in style to Q-Bert. Finally, you’ll get an early access game called room13, an action platformer where you’ll be moving through rooms while gunning down zombies. You’ll also get the source code to both Quadle and room13 at this level.
The final tier is available for the flat price of $15, and has three more add-ons, two small DRM-free games for you to repurpose, two more Steam games, and a Mac version of Clickteam Fusion 2.5 Standard. The add-ons include an HTML5 exporter and an iOS exporter for easy porting, and an install creator to make it easy to make an installer for your game. The two DRM-free games, Saucer Squad and Fusion Shapes, give you the source codes to help take them apart and build similar games. As for the Steam games, you’ll get Concrete Jungle, a city builder/card game hybrid, and an action platformer called Environmental Station Alpha.
If you’re not interested in this week’s bundle, then last week’s Humble Jumbo Bundle 7 is still going and three more games have been added to it. Now you can also grab Agatha Christie – The ABC Murders, a third person adventure game where you must solve some murders. The second new game is Elegy for a Dead World, an exploration game where you explore dead worlds and write how you felt the world was before and after its end. Finally, you get Road to Ballhalla, a game where you must roll a ball around lasers and other obstacles in time with the beat. You can read our review of it here.
The Humble Clickteam Fusion Bundle will be available for the next two weeks. The Humble Jumbo Bundle 7 has one more week left.