Gone Home may well be a questionable purchase at £14.99 for some people, but I should fully be allowed to recommend a purchase for only £1.79 (which is an historical low for the title).
It's one of those fantastic Steam Daily Deals that funnily enough actually last 72 hours. Go figure that one out.
You know the drill by now -- pay what you want for a bunch of indie games, beat the average for more games and other assorted treats. The Humble Indie Bundle 12 is now available, and it's an utter stormer.
This time around, pay what you want for the excellent SteamWorld Dig, Hammerwatch and Gunpoint. If you pay more than the average price, you'll also get the superlative Papers, Please, Gone Home and LUFTRAUSERS. Those who pay $10 or more will receive all of the above, plus early access to the fabulous Prison Architect.
Seriously, this is one of the best bundles yet. Check it out here.
If you decide to drop $65, which is about 40 quid, you'll get "the entire bundle as well as the exclusive Humble Indie Bundle 12 Entertainment System, containing a 30-page issue of HIB Informer Magazine, two lapel pins of the Humble Bundle logo and Arstotzka Crest from Papers, Please, a HIB 12 Super Shirt, a HIB 12 Shareware 3.5" floppy disk, the HIB 12 EP on vinyl and a collector's box for the entire package."
The Swapper | Humble Store | £1.99
Don't fancy paying over a tenner for the privilege of playing The Swapper on PS4? Don't have a PS4 at all? Don't worry. The Humble Store has discounted a number of games of late, The Swapper included, meaning you can get some critically-acclaimed, clone-based puzzle platforming on for under two quid.
Gone Home | The Fullbright Company | £6.15 ($9.99)
RRP: £14.99, save £1.84 vs Steam's midweek deal
An intriguing and thought-provoking adventure. The developers are undercutting Steam's deal price, and even including a Steam key! Deal expires today.
Last week, a group of ex-2K and Irrational staffers revealed The Fullbright Company, their emergent indie outfit dedicated to creating "a non-violent game in an unfantastical locale." It seems that game is called Gone Home according to their latest update, which will provide a first-person investigation and adventure game providing exploration rather than gory ultraviolence. Screens and teaser below.Click here to read more...