Get awesome games for just a few bucks – this PC Steam bundle brings Adventure Time, Peppa Pig, Paw Patrol, Transformers and more games from Outright Games.
Humble Summer Break Game Bundle is available until July 30th 2022.
This summer, take a break from the heat with a collection of games based on some of the most popular animated series and characters around!
This bundle of family-friendly favorites from Outright Games features Peppa Pig, Ben 10, Paw Patrol, Adventure Time, How To Train Your Dragon and more hit franchises to fill the summer downtime with fun. Plus, your purchase helps support Sandy Hook Promise!
Choose one of 3 tiers; the more you pay, the more Steam keys you get:
- 1st Tier: Pay $1 or more to get Crayola Scoot
- 2nd Tier: Beat the average price to also get Adventure Time: Pirates of the Enchiridion, TRANSFORMERS: BATTLEGROUNDS, DreamWorks Dragons: Dawn of New Riders and Ben 10
- 3rd Tier: Pay $10 or more to also receive My Friend Peppa Pig, Ben 10: Power Trip, Jumanji: The Video Game, PAW Patrol Mighty Pups Save Adventure Bay and Paw Patrol: On A Roll
All games are delivered as Steam keys. Normally, the total cost for the games in this bundle is as much as $284.
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This bundle is just weird. It has simplistic games like Paw Patrol and Pepper Pig, aimed at young children (3-5), Ben Ten aimed at slightly older kids (7-10), Adventure Time and Transformers, clearly aimed at teens or older, then Jumanji which is more suited to late teens and older. I guess it’s a bundle for the whole family?! I’m just not sure who it’s supposed to appeal to.
All the games are made by Outright Games, they make games based on popular cartoons. So it should appeal to all sorts of kids, and people that like games based on cartoons? I don’t know. I like Adventure Time, the rest is not for me.
And that is inherently the problem I see with this bundle. The games themselves are, for the most part, quite good. I suppose if you have a family with a decent age spread that like playing games, then I can see the appeal. Otherwise, it’s going to be limited to most people only wanting 1 or 2 games from it.