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Promoted 04-12-2016 by johnny_miller at 01:26 PM View Original Post
Humble Bundle.com is offering their Telltale Games Bundle (PC Digital Download) for the Price of Your Choice (name your own price). Thanks DJ3xclusive

Note, minimum price of Steam Keys is $1

Minimum price of $1 includes:
  • Back to the Future: The Game
  • Sam & Max: Devil's Playhouse
  • Poker Night at the Inventory
  • Puzzle Agent 1 & 2
  • The Walking Dead Season 1
Pay a minimum of ~$7.49 you also unlock:
  • The Walking Dead: 400 Days
  • The Wolf Among Us
  • Poker Night 2
  • Takes from the Borderlands
If you pay a minimum of $12 or more you also unlock:
  • Game of Thrones
  • The Walking Dead Season 2

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Written by johnny_miller

All games/titles are redeemable via Steam.

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Edited April 20, 2016 at 09:34 AM by TattyBear
Gather 'round, boys and girls! It's time for us to tell you a tale… a tale of how you can get a bunch of sweet Telltale games at a price of your choosing!

Pay $1 or more for Back to the Future, Sam & Max: Devil's Playhouse, Poker Night at the Inventory, Puzzle Agent 1 & 2, and The Walking Dead - Season 1.

Pay more than the average price for The Walking Dead: 400 days, The Wolf Among Us, Poker Night 2, and Tales from the Borderlands.

Pay $9 or more for Game of Thrones and The Walking Dead - Season 2.

Pay what you want. Together, these games normally cost up to $144. Here at Humble Bundle, though, you name the price!

DRM-free and on Steam. All of these games are available for Steam on Mac and Windows. Please check out the full system requirements here prior to purchasing.

Support charity. Choose where the money goes -- between the developers, two charities (Direct Relief and Girls Who Code), and, if you'd like, a third charity of your choice via the PayPal Giving Fund. For details on how this works, click here. If you like this bundle or like what we do, you can leave us a Humble Tip too.

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This is a great bundle and I'd recommend going for the full amount (or more, if you feel charitable -- yes, I know this is SlickDeals but nothing wrong with spreading some wealth sometimes...)

I got most of these (the 5 or 6 newest games) in a TellTale bundle on XBox One for $55 (1/2-off sale -- retail was $110 at the time) around Holiday 2014. I feel I got my money's worth. I actually enjoyed the Borderlands one and Wolf Among Us the most -- I had no idea what "Wolf" was going to be like, but I'm glad I experienced it. GoT was also very well-done, however, just like with the real Game of Thrones, it's somewhat agonizing because no matter what you do you get screwed and almost everybody dies (just like the real show!).

Of course, Walking Dead is walking dead -- a lot there in the 2 series + 400 days episode.

This bundle also includes the older games like Sam and Max, Back to the Future, etc (these I already had bought on PC and some I had on PS3 with PS+). These are enjoyable too. Of course they are cruder in graphics, not as cinematic, and at times somewhat frustrating pixel-hunts knowing where to click on something to make it happen. Back to the Future was probably the weakest IMHO. Walking in the town required knowing exactly which corners you could click on to walk a certain way. It's like "Oh, I can't walk here, I have to walk this way first, then that way, to get to the point I knew I wanted to go to." It does have some fun story elements; definitely still worth playing if you get it in the bundle.

For this price -- get 'em. You will waste hundreds of hours in enjoyable moments along with frustrating agony -- just like good games should be!

I might even re-buy to get all of the new ones on PC and just to support the cause.
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https://www.humblebundle.com/tell...ale_Bundle

Pay $1 or more to unlock!

Back to the Future: The Game

Sam & Max: Devil's Playhouse

Poker Night at the Inventory

Puzzle Agent 1 & 2 Puzzle Agent 1 & 2

The Walking Dead - Season 1 The Walking Dead - Season 1


Pay more than the Average:

The Walking Dead: 400 days Add-on

The Wolf Among Us The Wolf Among Us

Poker Night 2 Poker Night 2

Tales from the Borderlands Tales from the Borderlands

Pay $12:

Game of Thrones

The Walking Dead - Season 2
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I've been waiting for this
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They aren't DRM free if they're redeemable on steam. Steam is DRM.
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Oh yea! In for the $1 bundle!
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FWIW, TWD Season 1 is great. Season 2 and the GoT are still pretty good.
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$1 bundle is good, I got it last time. But going to pass this since I already got Wolf among us on xboxone and walking dead s2 on ps4. Only missing GoT, Poker Night2, Borderlands. but can live without it.
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Woohoo! Another great Humble Bundle.
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Starting BTA $6.00

Highest BTA $7.01 @ 3 minutes after bundle start

Current BTA $6.46
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I've been waiting for this
Same here. In for top tier.

Top tier is $12 not $9
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Last edited by 7x13 April 12, 2016 at 11:31 AM
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This is a great bundle and I'd recommend going for the full amount (or more, if you feel charitable -- yes, I know this is SlickDeals but nothing wrong with spreading some wealth sometimes...)

I got most of these (the 5 or 6 newest games) in a TellTale bundle on XBox One for $55 (1/2-off sale -- retail was $110 at the time) around Holiday 2014. I feel I got my money's worth. I actually enjoyed the Borderlands one and Wolf Among Us the most -- I had no idea what "Wolf" was going to be like, but I'm glad I experienced it. GoT was also very well-done, however, [potential spoiler, duh!] just like with the real Game of Thrones, it's somewhat agonizing because no matter what you do you get screwed and almost everybody dies (just like the real show!).

Of course, Walking Dead is walking dead -- a lot there in the 2 series + 400 days episode. [continuing the theme, "no matter what you do you get screwed and almost everybody dies -- just like the real show!"]

This bundle also includes the older games like Sam and Max, Back to the Future, etc (these I already had bought on PC and some I had on PS3 with PS+). These are enjoyable too. Of course they are cruder in graphics, not as cinematic, and at times somewhat frustrating pixel-hunts knowing where to click on something to make it happen. Back to the Future was probably the weakest IMHO. Walking in the town required knowing exactly which corners you could click on to walk a certain way. It's like "Oh, I can't walk here, I have to walk this way first, then that way, to get to the point I knew I wanted to go to." It does have some fun story elements; definitely still worth playing if you get it in the bundle.

For this price -- get 'em. You will waste hundreds of hours in enjoyable moments along with frustrating agony -- just like good games should be!

I might even re-buy to get all of the new ones on PC and just to support the cause.
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Finally! I have TWD1 and 2, and have been looking for GOT and Tales from the Borderlands. Here's hoping for TWD:Michonne!

Also, it should be $12 threshold for TWD2 and GOT. The wording on the site is also wrong, but clicking on the payment buttons confirms this.
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Quote from pmarin View Post :
This is a great bundle and I'd recommend going for the full amount (or more, if you feel charitable -- yes, I know this is SlickDeals but nothing wrong with spreading some wealth sometimes...)

I got most of these (the 5 or 6 newest games) in a TellTale bundle on XBox One for $55 (1/2-off sale -- retail was $110 at the time) around Holiday 2014. I feel I got my money's worth. I actually enjoyed the Borderlands one and Wolf Among Us the most -- I had no idea what "Wolf" was going to be like, but I'm glad I experienced it. GoT was also very well-done, however, [potential spoiler, duh!] just like with the real Game of Thrones, it's somewhat agonizing because no matter what you do you get screwed and almost everybody dies (just like the real show!).

Of course, Walking Dead is walking dead -- a lot there in the 2 series + 400 days episode. [continuing the theme, "no matter what you do you get screwed and almost everybody dies -- just like the real show!"]

This bundle also includes the older games like Sam and Max, Back to the Future, etc (these I already had bought on PC and some I had on PS3 with PS+). These are enjoyable too. Of course they are cruder in graphics, not as cinematic, and at times somewhat frustrating pixel-hunts knowing where to click on something to make it happen. Back to the Future was probably the weakest IMHO. Walking in the town required knowing exactly which corners you could click on to walk a certain way. It's like "Oh, I can't walk here, I have to walk this way first, then that way, to get to the point I knew I wanted to go to." It does have some fun story elements; definitely still worth playing if you get it in the bundle.

For this price -- get 'em. You will waste hundreds of hours in enjoyable moments along with frustrating agony -- just like good games should be!

I might even re-buy to get all of the new ones on PC and just to support the cause.
Completely agree. The ones I own so far is all the TWD games and Sam & Max Smilie Love TellTale Games Whee
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