Adventure game lovers will want to take themselves over to Humble right away, as those bundle building rascals are offering Oxenfree, Heaven's Vault and loads of Telltale favourites for cheap.
You'll find them all in the Humble Summer Adventure Games Bundle. Once again, the games have been split up into a few tiers, with the more you spend granting you access to more games. Purchases will also support the current featured charity, JDRF, which is focused on curing, preventing and treating type 1 diabetes.
Starting at just £1, you can get the brilliant Oxenfree, the first season of Telltale's The Walking Dead, it's 400 Days DLC and Batman: The Enemy Within. In a strange move, that's the second season of Telltale's Batman series.
If you choose to pay more than the average (which is around £6 at the time of writing) you'll also get cult favourite The Wolf Among Us, season two of The Walking Dead, it's Michonne spin-off and the Shadows Mode for Batman: The Enemy Within. The latter allows you to play the game in monochrome for a moody atmosphere.
Lastly, the final £12 tier features the wonderful Heaven's Vault, both A New Frontier and The Final Season from The Walking Dead series, plus the first season of Telltale's Batman series (and it's own Shadows Mode).
Sure, it's a Telltale-heavy bundle, but it does feature some of the developer's best work in The Walking Dead and The Wolf Among Us. I also wouldn't scoff at paying just £12 to get both Oxenfree and Heaven's Vault on their own.
Here's a breakdown of the Humble Summer Adventure Games Bundle if you want an idea of what's included at a glance:
- Batman: The Enemy Within
- The Walking Dead: Season 1
- The Walking Dead: 400 Days
Pay more than the average (~£6):
- The Wolf Among Us
- Batman: The Enemy Within (Shadows Mode)
- The Walking Dead: Michonne
- The Walking Dead: Season 2
Pay £12 or more:
- Heaven's Vault
- Batman - The Telltale Series
- Batman - The Telltale Series (Shadows Mode)
- The Walking Dead: The Final Season
- The Walking Dead: A New Frontier
Oh, you'll also get a copy of the Oxenfree soundtrack and 10 per cent off your first month of Humble Choice as a bonus. That discount isn't massively exciting, though, when new subscribers can save 40 per cent off Humble Choice until the end of the month.
The Humble Summer Adventure Games Bundle is live until 21st July.
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