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Humble Game Over, T1D Game Bundle

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Pay $12 to get all 12 games in this bundle, including The Walking Dead: Saints & Sinners, We Happy Few, Super Meat Boy Forever and more.

Humble Game Over, T1D Game Bundle is available until May 19th 2022. Extended to May 26th 2022!

A bundle to help cure type 1 diabetes

Join the fight against type 1 diabetes (T1D)! Humble Bundle has teamed up with JDRF for a bundle to help support the millions of people around the globe who live with this autoimmune disease. Many of these share a direct connection to T1D—through characters and themes, gameplay elements, or developers whose lives have been personally impacted.

Take on the Betus in Super Meat Boy Forever, created by Tommy Refenes, who lives with T1D. Experience diabetes through the eyes of Ollie, one of the playable characters of We Happy Few. Pick up The Walking Dead: Saints & SinnersSam & Max Save the World, and more.

BANDAI NAMCO, Beep Games, Inc., Critical Depth, Devolver Digital, and Kongregate will be donating their proceeds from this bundle to JDRF, helping support their mission to improve the lives of people living with T1D.

Pay $12 to get all 12 Steam games in this bundle:

All games are delivered as Steam keys. Normally, the total cost for the games in this bundle is as much as $276.

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  1. This one is hard to beat for the price. Some of the games have been bundled before, but those top 3 games are definitely worth the bite. We Happy Few is still $85 AUD on Steam. That alone is worth the price of entry, if you’re into that sort of game.

    On a side note: For C64 lovers, Megastyle have released a free remake of Empire Strikes Back. I don’t have a real C64 to test this one, but it seems to work fine in emulators. Enjoy 🙂

    • We Happy Few might currently be full price on Steam, but it often goes on sale for 90% off ($6 in the US). It’s a bit surprising to see them trying to sell it for $60 (or $88 for the “season pass” version) nearly 4 years after release, considering the game didn’t live up to many people’s expectations, and received generally mixed reviews. As it stands now, the base game has a 67 Metascore (5.7 user score) and 75% (mostly positive) reviews on Steam. There are a number of people saying it gets frustrating and repetitive after a while, has lots of bugs, and a bad combat system and other dodgy gameplay mechanics. It’s visually interesting, but it’s questionable whether it would be worth full price. In a bundle it may be worth getting though, so long as it includes other titles one is interested in.

      • I haven’t played the game yet, so I’m not going to judge it. It has been on my wishlist for quite some time. As for the game play, I’d have to say that almost all games get repetitive after a while. Think about any game you play, they’re generally genre based, and don’t move outside of that niche. Eg: Sports game, say a basketball game. Whilst there might be different objectives in more modern games (get a player from rookie to pro), but base game is… basketball. Same with a racing game. You drive a car around a track. Sure, some games will give you the ability tweak many details about the car, and you’ll get different tracks, but the overall concept is still the same.

        We all have difference of opinion on what we consider value. Personally, I see this as being pretty good generally for around $18 AUD. As for getting We Happy Few for $6 (US, so around $9 AUD), I’ve clearly missed those sales 🙁

        On a side note: I’m one of those weird gamers that play to enjoy, and not for the challenge. So I usually go through the first 30-90 minutes normally and then throw in a trainer to make the game easier. It already feels like I’m playing “Life” on something harder than normal, so no need to make other things more difficult (and yet, compared to others, my life is a breeze).

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