Double Fine Humble Bundle



Humble Bundle’s back with their latest bundle, filled to the brim with wonderful adventures from Double Fine (and an opportunity to jump on their latest adventure as a slacker backer!).

The Humble Double Fine Bundle has arrived and includes all the pure awesomeness that is Double Fine Productions and Tim Schafer!

Pay what you want for the beloved and hilarious platformer Psychonauts, the matryoshka doll epic adventure Stacking, and the adorable adventure/RPG Costume Quest. If you pay over the average, you’ll also get the heavy metal action/adventure/RTS rocker Brütal Legend!

We’re also proud to offer this amazing addition: with a purchase of $35 or more, you’ll also become a slacker backer for the Kickstarter point-and-click adventure game, Broken Age, and receive awesome perks, including development updates, PC & Mac beta access, and the finished game for Steam/Windows/Mac/Linux!

How about even more stuff? With a purchase of $70 or more, you’ll also receive a limited edition Double Fine T-shirt available in two cool color combos!


All of these fantastic games are DRM-free and ready to take you on an adventure on Windows, Mac, and Linux. A boatload of soundtracks in lossless (FLAC) and MP3 formats are also along for the ride! With a purchase of $1 or more, users will also receive keys to optionally redeem the games on Steam (pay over the average for a Steam key for Brütal Legend). Linux users will have the opportunity to retrieve select games in the Ubuntu Software Center.


Bundle buyers can also benefit two amazing charities: the Electronic Frontier Foundation and the Child’s Play Charity. With your help, we’ve already contributed over $11.7 million for charity!

This collection of doubly fine Double Fine games would normally cost you over $120, but we’re letting you name your price! Don’t delay, head on over to the site now and pay what you want for this heap of exceptional goodness!


The Humble Double Fine Bundle will only be live for two weeks, so don’t let a fortnight of amnesia get in the way and be sure to pick up your bundle before time runs out!

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