Humble Bundle has launched the Day of the Devs 2016 Bundle featuring a collection of games from Double Fine and other companies. Additionally, a special Boston Game Devs Bundle is available in the Humble Store.
The Day of the Devs 2016 Bundle features four games from Double Fine and three games from other individual companies. Double Fine's offerings include Broken Age in the "Pay What You Want" tier, Massive Chalice & Grim Fandango Remastered in the "Beat the Average" tier, and Day of the Tentacle Remastered in the "Pay More Than $9" tier. As for the other games in the bundle, Lumino City by State of Play Games and Titan Souls by Acid Nerve and Devolver Digital round out the Pay What You Want Tier and Oxenfree by Night School Studio is included in the Beat the Average tier. This bundle also includes the usual 10% off coupon for Humble Monthly.
Rounding out the bundle is a VIP Ticket for the Day of the Devs event run jointly by Double Fine and iam8bit. This will be the fourth time the annual event is taking place in San Francisco. VIP Ticket holders will get in two hours early, a "Fast Pass" that lets you skip to the head of the line for entering the event, and a 20% discount on purchases made at the on-site iam8bit pop-up shop. If you can't attend the event, the VIP Ticket will also net you a 20% off coupon for iam8bit's online store.
The Bostom Game Devs Bundle is being run a little differently than usual. It's being sold for a flat $20. 60% the proceeds are being donated to the St. Baldrick's Foundation, a 501(c)3 nonprofit focused on funding childhood cancer research. This bundle includes the following games:
- A City Sleeps by Harmonix
- AaaaaAAaaaAAAaaAAAAaAAAAA!!! for the Awesome by Dejobaan Games & Owlchemy Labs
- Albino Lullaby: Episode 1 by Ape Law, LLC
- Catlateral Damage by Manekoware, LLC
- Dyscourse by Owlchemy Labs
- Emily is Away by Kyle Seeley
- Girls Like Robots by Popcannibal
- Go Home Dinosaurs by Fire Hose Games
- No Pineapple Left Behind by Subaltern Games
- Snapshot by Retro Affect
- Soda Drinker Pro by Snowrunner Games & Pointless Software
- Tower of Guns by Terrible Posture Games
What do you think of the Day of the Devs 2016 Bundle and Boston Game Devs Bundle, respectively? Are there any particular games in either bundle that catch your eye? What do you think about the fixed price of the Boston Game Devs Bundle as opposed to the usual "Pay What You Want" model that Humble Bundle uses? Let us know in the comments below!