Humble Sweet Farm Bundle Takes Us Back to Nature

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Humble Sweet Farm Bundle Takes Us Back to Nature

January 15, 2020

By: Robert N. Adams

 
 

The Humble Sweet Farm Bundle is here! Humble Bundle is back with another package full of great games at crazy-good discounts, and this brand-new bundle has a farming theme.

Notably, the Humble Sweet Farm Bundle is featuring Stardew Valley as one of the available games for the very first time! There also happens to be six other pretty darn good games in the mix, so let's get on with breaking down what's available in the Humble Sweet Farm Bundle!

Humble Sweet Farm Bundle Stardew Valley

Humble Sweet Farm Bundle — Pay $1 or More to Unlock

The first tier of this bundle contains a nice mix of games, including a strategy game, platformer, and a puzzle game.

 
 

Niche - a genetics survival game

Niche is a game that blends turn-based strategy, simulation, and roguelike mechanics together into one weird package. Create your own species and put them out into the world, but you'll have to try pretty darn hard to keep them safe from predators, disease, and a constantly changing environment.

MagiCat

A magical artifact has been stolen and it's up to you to retrieve it! This adorable puzzle platformer has you trying to complete tricky levels and solve perplexing levels before time runs out! You'll also have a fair few bosses to beat up, too.

EverGarden

This puzzle game heavily mixes in narrative elements. Players get a hex-based garden within which they can place plants. They'll then use these plants to solve puzzles and cause changes to the beautiful scenery around them.

Humble Sweet Farm Bundle Bonuses

In addition to the above games, spending $1 or more will net you the following three bonuses:

  • 10% off your first month of Humble Choice (the replacement for Humble Monthly)
  • Niche Soundtrack
  • MagiCat Soundtrack

Humble Sweet Farm Bundle — Pay More Than The Average

Beat the average amount (currently at just over $7.00) and you'll score access to another three games in this bundle.

Equilinox

Equilinox is a super chill game where you get to tend to an entire environment. Kick things off by planting a few trees and some animals will show up. These animals will earn you points that allow you to get even more resources and continue growing your virtual ecosystem.

 

Ultimate Chicken Horse

In this party platformer, you and your friends actually get to build the level as you play it. Survive devastating traps and try to reach the goal line before your friends do!

Samorost 3

Samorost 3 merges exploration with puzzle games in something that looks like it popped out of Where The Wild Things Are. Solve puzzles in a surreal, wild environment and move through a strange world, unlike anything you've ever seen.

Humble Sweet Farm Bundle — Pay $10 or More

The final tier of the Humble Sweet Farm Bundle has but a single game: Stardew Valley.

Stardew Valley

Our Review

Where do I even start with Stardew Valley? There are plenty of Harvest Moon fans who feel like the franchise has dropped the ball — and Stardew Valley handily picked it up. Farm crops, tend to animals, make friends in the village, and delve down into the mines to fight monsters and gather up valuable ores!

 

And that's it for this bundle! If this seems like the sort of thing you'd like to get, go ahead and grab the Humble Sweet Farm Bundle while you can! You have a little less than three weeks to pick it up before it's gone for good.

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

What do you think of the games offered in the Humble Sweet Farm Bundle? Do you have any particular favorites in the bunch? Let us know in the comments below!

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Senior Writer

I've had a controller in my hand since I was 4 and I haven't stopped gaming since. CCGs, Tabletop Games, Pen & Paper RPGs - I've tried a whole bunch of stuff over the years and I'm always looking to try more!

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