Get Observer, Orwell, Beholder And More In The Humble Dystopian Bundle

Published: November 14, 2018 2:07 PM /


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The Humble Dystopian Bundle is the latest Humble Bundle offering. It offers a variety of games set in dark and dire worlds that range from post-apocalyptic, cyberpunk, surveillance, and more.

The bundle includes a maximum of eight games or a minimum of four games, depending on how much you pay. Here's what you can get:

Pay What You Want:

  • Tokyo 42An isometric shooter with a ton of style.
  • Distrust - A chilly strategy game inspired by John Carpenter's The Thing.
  • Beholder - A neat surveillance game that has you controlling an insidious Landlord who must spy on their tenants in nefarious ways.
  • Orwell: Keeping an Eye On You - This is about as 1984 as you'd expect. Snoop and survey on residents in this stylish surveillance game.

Pay More Than Average (Plus All Of The Above):

  • Orwell: Ignorance is Strength - The second Orwell game. More of the same and launched this year.
  • 60 Seconds! - A light-hearted take on a post-apocalyptic world.
  • Rain WorldA quality puzzle-platformer with a distinct style.

Pay $15 Or More (Plus All Of The Above):

  • ObserverDark and grim horror game set in a creepy cyberpunk apartment building. Features Blader Runner's Rutger Hauer.
All games are available on Steam or DRM-free, apart from Observer, which is only available on Steam.

It's a solid collection of games. Observer is an excellent and effective horror game and was a highlight of 2017. There are some other interesting-looking games in the bundle, with the Orwell series and Beholder providing a chilling look at more 1984 style dystopian worlds.

Pick up your bundle of cool games and support charity (and perhaps TechRaptor) in the process. Get your Humble Dystopian Bundle here.

Disclosure: Humble Bundle works with TechRaptor for affiliate partnership, and TechRaptor earns a small commission off purchases made from some links in this article.

Quick Take

Observer is a great pick that more people should play. The Orwell games are cool-looking games that I've meant to check out. I'm not too familiar with the rest, but all have a distinct style and look interesting enough.

What do you think? Will you be picking up this bundle? Let us know in the comments!

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