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Submitted by Murad 680d ago | news

Game News - 11 Bit Humble Bundle sale

Remember Humble Bundle, those nice folks that give great titles from Indie companies to us gamers for a cheap price, but also giving it to charity at the same time? Well, they finally announced another weekly bundle sale. This time being from 11 Bit Studios, those folks that created the enjoyable tower defense vs. tower offense franchise known as Anomaly. (Android, Anomaly Korea, Anomaly: Warzone Earth, PC, Sleepwalker's Journey)

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Smashbro29  +   680d ago
Nobody loves these guys as much as me but this is the worst bundle in a while.
Murad  +   680d ago
Why do you say that? I feel it's pretty good in my opinion; but then again, I'm a huge fan of Anomaly, or technically strategy titles in general.
Smashbro29  +   680d ago
Only one steam game.
NameRemoved0017  +   680d ago
Like half those games have been in other bundles but I bought it anyway.

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