TinyBuild Gets An Impressive Humble Bundle

by Robert Workman


It’s Tuesday, which means there’s a new Humble Bundle up for grabs, enabling you to get many great PC games on the cheap while, at the same time, helping out a charity. This week, the team has paired up with the developers at TinyBuild to offer up a number of great games at a very affordable price.

As usual, the program is broken down into four tiers. The first one lets you pay what you want to get a minimal amount of games, but, for a few dollars more, you can attain even more great titles, making a sweeter deal for yourself while helping out charity.

First off, there’s the “pay what you want tier”, which will give you a handful of TinyBuild classics for PC. This includes the crazy multiplayer game SpeedRunners; the wild platforming/shooting game No Time To Explain Remastered; the humorous math puzzle game Divide By Sheep; and the unique ball-rolling puzzle game Road To Ballhalla. Those four are worth quite a bit on their own, so being able to pay what you want to add them to your collection is very cool.

There’s more. If you decide to pay the average of $6.27 or more, you’ll get all those games, plus the psychotic 80’s killing game Party Hard; the enjoyable train simulation The Final Station; the incredibly fun first-person action game Cluster Truck (where you jump across moving vehicles trying to reach an exit – it’s harder than it sounds); the insane biking game Guts and Glory; and Punch Club Deluxe, a beat-em-up simulator that's a good time all around.

Going into the $15 tier, you’ll get those games, along with Streets of Rogue, an experimental roguelike adventure where you use RPG elements to complete missions; as well as The Final Station: The Only Traitor DLC to go along with the main game.

Finally, if you pay $40, you’ll get all those games, along with a pre-order for the forthcoming Hello Neighbor, a creepy first-person adventure game where you spy on a neighbor that may not be up to any good. You’ll also get access to the game’s soundtrack and artbook, as well as a 64-bit Windows Alpha Access key, if you’re up for that.

All of these tiers also come with a free Alpha key for the forthcoming Party Hard 2, so you’ll get that for your troubles as well, along with various soundtracks.

Proceeds from the bundle will help 1up On Cancer and Stack-Up.

This deal will only last a couple of weeks, so be sure to head on over and buy to your heart’s content! It’s just a shame that Mr. Shifty wasn’t included, but maybe it’ll be added down the road.

By Robert Workman

Robert Workman has spent years working in the video game industry, for sites like Shacknews, AOL GameDaily and Marooners Rock. He's also very skilled in contributing to podcasts and video broadcasts, and can pretty much out-game you under the table. Oh, and just go ahead and ask him about glorious craft beers. Go on, ask him.