Telltale Games has spent the last few years producing episodic games based on favorite television shows, comics, and more. Its games are generally well received, and very often are critical darlings, but that doesn’t prevent the publisher from sometimes offering players the chance to gather a bunch of them at very reasonable prices.
This week, Humble Bundle is offering a bundle that collects a virtual pile of Telltale Games projects. As usual, you can spend as little as $1 USD to leave with numerous digital titles. In this case, those games are:
- Sam & Max: Season 1
- Sam & Max: Season 2
- Puzzle Agent 1
- Puzzle Agent 2
- Bone – Episode 1 & Episode 2
- Hector: Badge of Carnage
- Telltale Texas Hold’em
- Poker Night at the Inventory
- The Walking Dead: Season 1
If you took advantage of a previous Humble Bundle that also featured Telltale Games as its guest of honor, several of those games should already be in your collection. However, paying more than the average (currently just over $7.00 USD) unlocks a second tier offers additional games more likely to delight:
- The Walking Dead: Michonne
- Tales from the Borderlands
- The Walking Dead: Season 2
- Game of Thrones
Additional games will be added to the list in just under a week, and the tier also offers a coupon worth a 50% discount on the newest season in The Walking Dead, called A New Frontier. For those who aren’t satisfied with the above, there remains a third tier, priced at $15, which adds access to the following:
- Batman: The Telltale Series
- Minecraft: Story Mode
- Minecraft: Story Mode – Adventure Pass
When you purchase a Humble Bundle, you can choose how your money is spent. By default you’ll send some to Humble Bundle itself, some to the relevant developers, and some to charity (WaterAid America, JDRF, and Stack-Up are the selected charities this time around, or you can choose from a list that includes thousands of others). If you prefer, you can tip the scales in one direction or another. In the case of this particular bundle, as is often true, keys are provided for the Steam editions of the games. Your purchase is a cost-effective way to build up your library on that service while supporting the causes that matter to you.
Jason Venter posted a new article, Complete Your Telltale Games Collection with New Humble Bundle
Thanks, should have been included in the article!
Thanks for the link, GodZilly. StriderNL is right: I should have provided that in my post. I'm still getting used to things around here, so that probably won't be my last rookie mistake!