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Humble Square Enix Collective Bundle. Tokyo Dark, The Turing Test, Forgotten Anne, Goetia, and more.

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Humble Square Enix Collective Bundle


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Goetia
OCTAHEDRON
Deadbeat Heroes


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The Turing Test
Forgotton Anne Collector's Edition
Black The Fall


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Tokyo Dark
Children of Zodiarcs



https://www.humblebundle.com/game...ve-bundle/
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One of few Bundles I've bought at the BTA tier, even though the only game I had in my wishlist was Goetia, all of the 3 BTA tier games look like good puzzle/adventure games in the spirit of games like Portal & Inside. I was able to get in @ $5.65 right when the bundle came online.
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This is an ultra rare Humble bundle for me, and I mean ultra ultra rare. Why? Because I don't own a single game in this bundle, none of them were on my wish list, and after looking at them all, all 6 in the first 2 tiers are games I feel are worth adding to my backlog that I will never play. I am truly shocked for Humble to have a bundle that is not mostly repeats of stuff I already own, but I guess even a blind squirrel finds a nut once in a while.

BTW, the lowest BTA I saw was $5.44, but the prices under $6 only occurred a few times in the first 20 seconds.

On a side note, I found it interesting nobody bothered to post the Humongous Games Bundle last week (which is still active) which is basically their complete collection bundle on Steam with the entire Putt-Putt, Pajama Sam, Freddi Fish, etc. collection for $14. I assume the reason nobody cares on SD is most SDers don't have kids young enough to enjoy those games.

That Humongous bundle really made me mad because not even a week earlier I paid $13 for 12 of those same games in a TomMo pick & mix bundle at Fanatical. If I had waited just a little longer (if only I had a working crystal ball), for $4 more I could've had 100% of those games. Instead I spent $13 and there are still 7 games I don't have in the Humongous complete collection. Of course most of those are in Humble's $14 tier. It's tough to pay $27 for what should've cost me $14. I was so mad I didn't buy the Humongous bundle at all and figure I'll just go without those 7 games. BTW, I didn't buy those kid's games for me. I wonder if Fanatical knew the Humongous bundle was coming at HB and chose to put theirs earlier to screw suckers like me.
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This is an ultra rare Humble bundle for me, and I mean ultra ultra rare. Why? Because I don't own a single game in this bundle, none of them were on my wish list, and after looking at them all, all 6 in the first 2 tiers are games I feel are worth adding to my backlog that I will never play. I am truly shocked for Humble to have a bundle that is not mostly repeats of stuff I already own, but I guess even a blind squirrel finds a nut once in a while.

BTW, the lowest BTA I saw was $5.44, but the prices under $6 only occurred a few times in the first 20 seconds.

On a side note, I found it interesting nobody bothered to post the Humongous Games Bundle last week (which is still active) which is basically their complete collection bundle on Steam with the entire Putt-Putt, Pajama Sam, Freddi Fish, etc. collection for $14. I assume the reason nobody cares on SD is most SDers don't have kids young enough to enjoy those games.

That Humongous bundle really made me mad because not even a week earlier I paid $13 for 12 of those same games in a TomMo pick & mix bundle at Fanatical. If I had waited just a little longer (if only I had a working crystal ball), for $4 more I could've had 100% of those games. Instead I spent $13 and there are still 7 games I don't have in the Humongous complete collection. Of course most of those are in Humble's $14 tier. It's tough to pay $27 for what should've cost me $14. I was so mad I didn't buy the Humongous bundle at all and figure I'll just go without those 7 games. BTW, I didn't buy those kid's games for me. I wonder if Fanatical knew the Humongous bundle was coming at HB and chose to put theirs earlier to screw suckers like me.
This one I guess ?? [humblebundle.com]
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Agreed it's a very unusual bundle. I'm going for it at the full amount plus a bit extra (sorry dude I'm raising the BTA price).

By the way, when you check out, remember you can adjust where the money goes. I usually tweak the sliders so that most is split between the developers and the charity(ies), and turn down the "Humble tip" to be about $1 or so. Most people leave it at the default which gives too much to Humble. I do like Humble, but when i buy these so frequently, I feel it's OK to redirect a bit more to the developers and charity.
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This is an ultra rare Humble bundle for me, and I mean ultra ultra rare. Why? Because I don't own a single game in this bundle, none of them were on my wish list, and after looking at them all, all 6 in the first 2 tiers are games I feel are worth adding to my backlog that I will never play. I am truly shocked for Humble to have a bundle that is not mostly repeats of stuff I already own, but I guess even a blind squirrel finds a nut once in a while.

BTW, the lowest BTA I saw was $5.44, but the prices under $6 only occurred a few times in the first 20 seconds.

On a side note, I found it interesting nobody bothered to post the Humongous Games Bundle last week (which is still active) which is basically their complete collection bundle on Steam with the entire Putt-Putt, Pajama Sam, Freddi Fish, etc. collection for $14. I assume the reason nobody cares on SD is most SDers don't have kids young enough to enjoy those games.

That Humongous bundle really made me mad because not even a week earlier I paid $13 for 12 of those same games in a TomMo pick & mix bundle at Fanatical. If I had waited just a little longer (if only I had a working crystal ball), for $4 more I could've had 100% of those games. Instead I spent $13 and there are still 7 games I don't have in the Humongous complete collection. Of course most of those are in Humble's $14 tier. It's tough to pay $27 for what should've cost me $14. I was so mad I didn't buy the Humongous bundle at all and figure I'll just go without those 7 games. BTW, I didn't buy those kid's games for me. I wonder if Fanatical knew the Humongous bundle was coming at HB and chose to put theirs earlier to screw suckers like me.
I also didn't have any of these games. I ended up buying the BTA tier for the low that you posted. I was not home posting from an older laptop that refreshed very slowly so no idea if it got any lower. If it did it was only for a moment like you mentioned.

I briefly thought about posting the humongous bundle but didn't know how it would fly. It's a bummer you spent more for less. If I had a nickel for every time that happened...
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