Fresh from the news that Telltale Games is finally doing away with its functional but rather ancient gaming engine, the folks at Humble thought it was a good time to give you the chance to reacquaint yourself with some of the company's titles.
With that in mind, this week you can head to Humble Bundle and build your very own Telltale Games bundle, picking up to five games from a selection and getting an increased discount as you add more - up to 80 per cent off when you pick up five titles.
The range includes the still-fantastic The Wolf Among Us, in case you haven't managed to get this game by now, as well as the rather under-represented Puzzle Agent games - two of Telltale's lesser-known early games that take inspiration from Twin Peaks, Fargo and Professor Layton and present them as ultra-quirky small-town mystery thrillers.
The range to pick from is as follows:
- The Walking Dead - Michonne
- Game of Thrones
- Minecraft: Story Mode
- Minecraft: Story Mode Adventure Pass
- The Wolf Among Us
- Tales of Monkey Island Complete Pack
- Tales from the Borderlands
- Back to the Future: The Game
- The Walking Dead
- The Walking Dead Season 2
- The Walking Dead: 400 Days
- Jurassic Park: The Game
- Poker Night at the Inventory
- Poker Night 2
- Puzzle Agent
- Puzzle Agent 2
- Sam & Max Season One
- Sam & Max Season Two
- Sam & Max: The Devil's Playhouse
If any of that strikes your fancy, picking up three games will net you a discount of 75 per cent off the bunch, four games will increase the discount to 78 per cent and you'll be getting the full 80 per cent when you choose five games. There are some real classics in here, but don't overlook both of the Poker Night games, which are deceptively addictive. Maybe stay away from Jurassic Park though.
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