Another week, another new Humble Bundle! Need an excuse to support some indie creators? Look no further! The Day of the Devs bundle is set up in support of DoubleFine and IAm8Bit’s annual San Francisco event celebrating indie game development, featuring yet to be released games to play, music and revelry.

Tier one of the bundle is “Pay What You Want” and features two games. Full Throttle Remastered is the DoubleFine re-release of the Lucas Arts 90s point and click comedy game. Burly Men at Sea is a branching adventure game developed and published by Brain&Brain.

Tier two is available for those who pay more than the average contribution. It features Rime, the 2017 puzzle exploration game by Tequila Works and QLOC. Up next is Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number, the finale of the Hotline Miami story and the pixel action shooter, known for its distinctive art style. To round out the tier there is Yooka-Laylee, Playtonic’s platformer which aimed to bring the style and challenge of 90s platformers to the modern era.

For $12 or more, you’ll unlock two more games, as well as a VIP ticket to the Day of the Devs event if you happen to be in San Francisco, as well as Humble’s usual $2 Humble Wallet credit to those who are already subscribed to the monthly bundle. For those not subscribed already, the bundle also comes with a 10% off coupon for new monthly subscribers. Games included in this tier are black and white adventure game Minit, which is played in 60-second bursts, and Hyper Light Drifter, the atmospheric action adventure game in the style of classic 16bit RPG games.

Interested in learning more about Day of the Devs? Check out their website at http://dayofthedevs.com/.

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Courtney Ehrenhofler

Staff Writer

A native New Yorker, Courtney loves playing all different genres of games, but if you start talking to her about Trails in the Sky, she'll never shut up.


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