I am sure a bunch of you must be experiencing Bundle Fatigue (or, the reproachfully mundane approach at the fungus-like outbreak of indie bundles. We mean fungus in the absolutely nice and positively delicious mushroomy way, but yes it tends to get annoying after a while) but this one is, as one oft quoted cricket commentator says, a stunner!
The mother of all indie bundles, the Humble Indie Bundle has delivered an excellent package, as always, with four excellent games for pay whatever you want and one bonus game for paying above average. Trust me, you will be paying above average because the bonus game is Bastion. The same hauntingly beautiful hack n’ slash that stole our hearts away a year or so ago.
What are the other games, you ask? Well, my good man, the bundle includes super spooky survival horror game Amnesia: The Dark Descent, followed by the brilliant mind boggler Psychonauts that will ruin 3D platformers forever for you (because I am yet to play one that tops this one’s experience). Following that is another charming and shadowy 2D platformer Limbo that has you playing a lost boy on a physics-y quest. Finally we have the iOS-to-Steam musical album/journey/game? Superbrothers: Sword & Sworcery EP (a mouthful, but definitely one of the most magnificent experiences in modern calculation devices)
Where do I get these DRM-free, you ask? Why, right where it’s usually found: HumbleBundle.com
P.S. The bundle is worth its weight in gold because of the enchanting soundtracks of each game (especially Bastion and Sworcery) that comes free with every purchase of the bundle. Excited? Yes, yes we are.