Thanks to Humble Bundle I can, on the rare occasion I put my Wii U gamepad down, look at my Steam library and not wince.

I’ve played virtually none of the games listed inside it but that’s beside the point, right? 😉

Taking of long-time, no-play: we last pimped a Humble Bundle sale back in 2014. Why has it been so long you don’t ask, but I pretend you do so I can seamless transition to the next section?

Call it Bundle burnout or familiar title fatigue. It seemed that a simple sneeze was all that was required for the Humble folks to snot out another six games of varying quality and fling ’em in the direction of my Steam library.

Today I have a handkerchief.

Humble Indie Bundle 16

The Humble Indie Bundle 16 is now live with 7 awesome indie games from a variety of different genres. Every game is DRM free, can be redeemed through Steam and played on your overheated Linux gaming rig.

Most excellent! 🐧

Pony up any price you want to get the following 4 games:

  • Retro City Rampage DX 
  • Never Alone
  • Outlast
  • Whistleblower DLC

Paying more than the (currently measly $6.15) average price and you also unlock:

  • Trine 3
  • Door Kickers

If that lineup still hasn’t sold you, you can get a further two games by paying more than the average price plus a further $2:

  • Else Heart.Break()
  • Sunless Sea

Whether you have a gap in your collection or money to burn, check out the collection and be sure to let us know your favourites.

Buy the Humble Indie Bundle 16

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