Includes Cat Dates and Castle Raids
It's time for another Humble Bundle! While there may not be much of a theme in the games chosen this time around, the Humble One Special Day Bundle still provides plenty to enjoy and lets you donate to a great cause.
Like all bundles, this one has three tiers you can buy into. The first tier starts at $1 and includes two games. First up is Broken Age, a two-part adventure game about a pair of people living in different worlds that are able to interact with each other. The bundle actually notes that you can play Broken Age in its entirety with just your gaze and nothing else. You can read our review of Act 1 here, and of Act 2 here. The second game available is Purrfect Date, a visual novel/dating sim hybrid that sees you going on dates with a bunch of really weird cats. Don't tell them I'm more of a dog person. In addition to this, you'll get the soundtracks to both games along with a coupon for 10% off your first month of Humble Monthly.
The second tier is the "beat the average" tier, and at the time of writing it was $5.26. You get three more games at this tier. First up is The Swords of Ditto: Mormo's Curse. A rougelite RPG hybrid, the game has you take the role of a hero and their replacement every time they die. You can read our review of the game here. Next up you'll get Stronghold Crusader 2, a unique RTS game where you need to build a castle, take care of your population, and invade enemy castles. Finally, you'll nab Bomber Crew, a simulation game where you need to select a crew for a World War 2 bomber and go on various missions. At this tier, you'll also get the soundtracks for both The Swords of Ditto: Mormo's Curse and Stronghold Crusader 2.
The third and final tier is set at a price of $10 and includes two more games. First is Tannenberg, a World War 1 multiplayer FPS made to try and be as realistic as possible. The other game is DiRT 4, an off-road racing game that also made to be realistic and down-to-Earth.
Like all Humble Bundles, this one supports a charity. This time around the charity is SpecialEffect, a UK-based charity that is focused on helping people with disabilities play video games.
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