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The Humble Double Fine Presents bundle is now live

Get $65 of great games (and other bonus stuff) in the Humble Double Fine Presents bundle.



Humble Double Fine Presents Bundle

Get $65 of great games (and other bonus stuff) in the Humble Double Fine Presents bundle.

The latest Humble Bundle is small but perfectly formed.

Double Fine Presents, the publishing arm of Double Fine Productions – that publishes games from other indie developers, not their own – only has a small number of games on their roster. So when something like the Humble Double Fine Presents Bundle comes up, it means you get (pretty much) all of their games in one fell swoop.


Picks of the litter are the existentially weird Everything, where you can literally play as everything (or should that be anything?), the thoroughly silly multiplayer brawler, Gang Beasts, and the charming robot-faced puzzler, Gnog.

As is usual with Humble Bundles, these games are locked behind various tiers. Here’s the breakdown at the time of writing.

Pay whatever you want

  • 140
  • Mountain
  • Thoth

Pay more than $1

Pay more than the average ($6.20, or around £4.82, at the time of writing)

  • Escape Goat 2
  • Gnog
  • Bonus: Escape Goat 2 Soundtrack

Pay more than $10 (about £7.78)

  • Everything
  • Gang Beasts
  • Bonus: Everything soundtrack
  • Bonus: Gang Beasts soundtrack

Those are some great little games, for a little amount of money.

The Humble Double Fine Presents Bundle runs through until January 29th, 2019, at 7pm GMT (11am Pacific).

Every purchase made via Humble raises money for important charities (and purchases made via online stores may earn Thumbsticks a small commission).

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