Get random Steam games in Fanatical Neon Mystery Bundle

Everyone loves a good mystery. But not everyone love a mystery bundle since it’s so random, you can get great Steam games, you can get crap games. You can get all new games, you can get games you already own.

What do you guys think? Do you ever buy these? I mean, Fanatical keeps on making them so they obviously sell well.

In this mystery Steam game bundle, you can get 1 game for $1, 2 for $1.89 and so on until maximum of 10 games for $6.99.

Get random Steam games in Fanatical Neon Mystery Bundle

Mystery bundles are a risky business and not many people like to gamble with their hard-earned money, but in case you did buy one, please leave a comment below the post and tell us which games you got.

Some of the games reported to be in this bundle, however, you might get a completely different set of games:

  • Hue
  • Velocity Ultra
  • Stealth Inc 2
  • Smoke and Sacrifice
  • Alice in Wonderland – a jigsaw puzzle tale
  • Trapped Dead: Lockdown
  • Crown Trick
  • The Flame in the Flood
  • TRISTOY
  • Embr
  • Wayward Souls
  • Agents of Mayhem
  • TRISTOY
  • The Ramp
  • Manual Samuel
  • Cook Serve Delicious! 3?!
  • Super Treasure Arena
  • Meridian: Squad 22
  • Going Under
  • Velocity Ultra
  • Slain: Back from Hell
  • The Magister
  • Magic Lessons in Wand Valley – a jigsaw puzzle tale
  • Buddy and Lucky Solitaire
  • The Textorcist: The Story of Ray Bibbia
  • How Buddy’s parents met – a jigsaw puzzle tale
  • Hotshot Racing
  • Blasphemous
  • Morbid: The Seven Acolytes
  • Trapped Dead: Lockdown

Please note: If you buy one bundle in a single order, you will receive different games. If you purchase multiple bundles, through one or more orders, there’s a chance that you will receive duplicate copies of one or more game..

Buy the Fanatical Neon Mystery Bundle here

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