Humble Bundle Celebrates Day of the Devs with Games and Tickets

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Humble Bundle Celebrates Day of the Devs with Games and Tickets

October 30, 2019

By: Samuel Guglielmo

 
 

Humble Bundle is back with another bundle, this time offering the Humble Day of the Dev Bundle to celebrate Double Fine’s yearly event. You can get some cool games, along with a pass to Double Fine’s event if you happen to be in San Francisco on November 10th, 2019.

As usual, the bundle is broken into tiers. The first tier is set for the prices of $1, and nabs you two games. First you can nab The Haunted Island, a Frog Detective Game. This goofy adventure game puts you in the role of a frog as he tries to figure out the mystery behind a haunted island. It promises to be short and silly. Send, you'll nab ART SQOOL, a very weird experimental game where you play a froshmin attending, well... Art Sqool. You'll be drawing pictures and being judged by an AI. In addition to the games, you'll also get ART SQOOL's soundtrack, and a 10% coupon for your first (and now last) Humble Monthly.

The second tier is set at beating the average, which is $4.52 at the time of writing, and has two more games. You'll get adventure game Flipping Death, which has you take the role of a young grim reaper that needs to fill in for Death for a while, while also solving the mystery behind her own death. You'll also get Battle Chef Brigade, which has you hunting monsters in fast-paced 2D combat for ingredients, then creating dishes by playing a match-3 minigame and is a TechRaptor favorite.

The final tier, set at $9, contains another two games. You can get adventure puzzle game Minit, which sees you living a life where you die every minute, and having to solve puzzles before you die again. You'll also get ToeJam & Earl: Back in the Groove!, a throwback adventure game that sees the weirdest aliens ever return and try to repair their rocket. You'll also get the soundtracks to both games.

 
 

At this tier you'll also get a VIP ticket to Day of the Dev, which will allow you to enter the festival an hour early and try the games out. You can also use it to jump the lines even if you're not early, and save 20% at the pop-up shops at the event. If you can't attend Day of the Dev, the ticket can also be used as a 20% off coupon at iam8bit, giving you something to do with it. You can pick it all up here.

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How do you feel about this bundle? Going to attend Day of the Dev? Want anything in particular? Let us know in the comments below!

Samuel Guglielmo TechRaptor
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I'm Sam. Been playing video games since PlayStation. Favorite games include Ace Combat 5, Perfect Dark, Final Fantasy IX, Metro 2033, and MonsterBag. Also loves books and can be found face first in one all the time.

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