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Humble Weekly Sale Features 12 Nordic And Daedalic Games
Nordic Games and Daedalic Entertainment are the masterminds behind the latest Humble Weekly Sale, launching the “Adventure Company & Friends” bundle this weekend with discounted prices down as low as a single dollar. No matter what the game is, it's hard to argue with giving it a test run for a buck, especially when you're talking about a bundle of games.
The Adventure Company & Friends bundle will be available for a short seven days, but that should be more than enough time for gamers to decide which titles they'd like to add to their collection for ridiculously deep discounts. Included in the sale are games like The Book of Unwritten Tales, The Raven Deponia and Edna & Harvey: The Breakout and, like I said above, prices start as low as $1.
Okay, so, here's the skinny. The most basic form of the bundle will set you back that single dolla, and it includes the games Dead Reefs, Safecracker, Aura 1 and Mystery Series: A Vampire Tale. If you're willing to raise that funding up to a minimum of $6, your bundle will also include Dark Fall 1 & 2, The Book of Unwritten Tales Deluxe, The Book of Unwritten Tales: The Critter Chronicles Deluxe and Jack Keane 2: The Fire Within. Everything listed above comes from the team at Nordic. That $6 investment will also net you the Daedalic Entertainment game, Edna & Harvey: The Breakout.
Feeling like Mr. Moneybags this week? Then if you're willing to part with a whole $15, your bundle will include one more game, The Raven Deluxe. All told, that final bundle accounts for a total savings of around $164 so, yeah, that's a lot of gaming on the cheap.
“We're delighted to offer our second Humble Bundle and teaming up with no other than the great gals and guys from Daedalic,” said Nordic Games' Thomas Reisinger. “There's 12 fantastic titles competitively priced, including two from Daedalic. If you are into adventure games and charity, this is heaven on earth.”
Right, I should have mentioned that whole charity part at some point. As with all Humble Bundles, gamers get to allocate their funds to the developers, as well as charities like Child's Play and Electronic Frontier Company.
Sold yet? Want to know more? Head on over to the official Humble Bundle site for more information and, if you feel so inclined, grab a dozen games for a little over a buck a pop.
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