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Get classic Double Fine games for £0.63 in the Humble Weekly Sale

Jonathan Lester
Double Fine, PC, PC games

Get classic Double Fine games for £0.63 in the Humble Weekly Sale

Double Fine are no strangers to indie bundles, having appeared in roughly eight billion* over the last two years. Here's another one, just in case you don't already own fourteen copies of Costume Quest.

Beat £0.63 to get Psychonauts, Costume Quest and Stacking, or £3.68 to also receive Brutal Legend and all of its lovely RTS elements.

Big spenders and early access aficionados can beat £9.92 for Starbase DF-9. Thanks to BuzzDuraBand @ HUKD!

*lies - Ed

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DivideByZero  Feb. 7, 2014 at 14:19

Brutal Legend and all of its lovely RTS elements.

We must have played a different Brutal Legend?!

X10  Feb. 7, 2014 at 14:31

Starbase DF-9, besides sounding very similar to a Star Trek series, looks like a cross between Dungeon Keeper, Evil Genius and Space Colony.
I like the look of it, it's the first time I've heard of it, but it's way too rich for me as an Alpha.

JonLester  Feb. 7, 2014 at 14:32

@/0: I was being a bit cheeky there :P

@X10: I haven't tested DF-9, so I can't really comment. Have heard good things about it, but as a rule, being cagey about Early Access is generally a good idea.

X10  Feb. 7, 2014 at 15:01

@Jon - Stop trawling these comments and get back to writing your Gigantic Army Review :P

P.S. Yes, I would never buy early access/Alpha games.
I did get McDroid though and that was in BETA, but it was awesome. Strangely, I haven't played it now that's been completed and released.

JonLester  Feb. 7, 2014 at 15:07

@X10: Heh, a fair point well made, but I love shooting the breeze on here.

Oh... and I've already finished the review and scheduled the post for 16:00. 8) WHAT.

By the way, I've published a Gigantic Army Let's Play - or more appropriately, an attempt at one. Turns out I can't talk and play SHMUPS at the same time. #alsoIprobablyjustsuck

Last edited by JonLester, Feb. 7, 2014 at 15:15
X10  Feb. 7, 2014 at 15:25

@CaptainMechFace - Just finished watching, oh man you sound like you're having as much fun as I would, even reminds me of those old days of playing Cybernator.
RE: Backgrounds - Parralax Scrolling is what they used to dub it on the SNES, but love that there's even more detail in this!

Shame this would never make it to the game of the month competition :(

Looking forward to the review.


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