Humble Bundle revealed its newest batch of games you can buy for a steal. Called the Humble Great GameMaker Games Bundle, expect to find some great gems like Cook, Serve, Delicious! and Alone With You this time around. As with every bundle, different sets of games come at different tiers, depending on how much you want to pay. This bundle expires on Feb. 26, so don't wait too long to cash in on the deal.
Pay What You Want
For the first tier, you can pay as little as $1 to get Cook, Serve, Delicious! and Blackhole. The first game is a restaurant sim, while the latter is a sci-fi, narrative-driven sidescrolling platformer.
Beat the Average
At the time of writing, the average sits at $7.50. If you pay more than that, you'll get the first two games mentioned along with the four titles above. Kingsway puts players in front of an operating system, and they play an RPG within that OS, adding a meta layer to the gameplay. Cook, Serve, Delicious! 2!! expands upon the first with more exclamation marks and restaurant-managing goodness. kuso features 8-bit graphics, a jamming soundtrack, and perilous platforming. Finally, Solstice is a thrilling mystery visual novel set in a dystopian universe.
Pay $12 or More
If you pay more than $12 for the bundle, you'll get everything mentioned previously and seven more games. Alone With You is a narrative-based sci-fi game laden with tragedy and tough choices that lead to multiple endings. You can check out our quick thoughts on the game below.
Rivals of Aether will test your might in this indie fighting game, while Way of the Passive Fist introduces rhythm game mechanics to beat-'em-ups. Crashlands is a survival and exploration game full of wacky shenanigans as you explore a planet you crash landed on.
Soft Body bills itself as a "meditative action game" where you control two snakes to solve puzzles in what the game calls "bullet heaven." 12 is Better Than 6 sets players in the wild west as they travel through this top-down shooter with a washed-out, sketchbook-like aesthetic. Don't Sink features pirates and tasks you with exploring the seas while keeping your ship afloat.
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