Frog Detective, Minit, and ToeJam and Earl feature in the Humble Day of the Devs 2019 bundle.
Day of the Devs, from developer-publisher Double Fine Productions and soundtrack specialist iam8bit, is an annual indie extravaganza. Well, sort of. The one around Halloween is the annual one, but they also host other Day of the Devs events, including at the Game Developers Conference.
At Day of the Devs, you can expect “fun, music, art, devs, food” at a free admission event in San Francisco. And of course, indie games. Lots and lots of lovely indie games.
To celebrate the event – and of course, to raise money for important charities – Humble is running another Day of the Devs bundle. In it, you can pick up some of the fantastic games that have been shown at Day of the Devs, plus some bonus soundtracks, but there’s more: at the highest tier, you’ll also get a VIP ticket to the Day of the Devs 2019.
Here’s everything included in each of the tiers in the Humble Day of the Devs bundle.
$1 (about £0.78) tier
- Art Sqool
- The Haunted Island, a Frog Detective Game
- Bonus: Art Sqool soundtrack
- Bonus: $10 off your first month of Humble Monthly
Pay more than the average (currently $4.51, or around £3.51) tier
- Battle Chef Brigade
- Flipping Death
$9 (about £7) or more tier
- Day of the Devs VIP ticket
- ToeJam and Earl: Back in the Groove
- Bonus: Minit soundtrack
- Bonus: ToeJam and Earl: Back in the Groove soundtrack
The Humble Day of the Devs 2019 bundle is live right now, and runs through until Tuesday, November 12 2019.
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