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Humble Indie Bundle X Review



Almost four years ago, the first Humble Indie Bundle was launched, and now the Humble Indie Bundle X is live, offering 4+2 DRM-free, multiplatform titles with a pay-what-you-want model. As part of that model, you can customize where your money goes; to the individual developers, to Humble Bundle, and/or to the two charities: Child's Play and the Electronic Frontier Foundation.

No matter how much you pay though, you will receive BIT.TRIP Presents... Runner2: Future Legend of Rhythm Alien, Joe Danger 2: The Movie, Papo & Yo, and To the Moon. If you beat the average sale price however, you will also receive Reus and Surgeon Simulator 2013, and every game also comes with their soundtracks.

With such a collection of games, it is natural to wonder which stand out the most and if any make the bundle worth purchasing on their own. Thus is the purpose of this review. It is important to note though that because of the time limit to the bundle, I have not played the games to completion, but instead just until I am confident I can write a competent review of the experiences they offer.

With that said, I think we can get to the reviews!

  1. Humble Indie Bundle X Review: Introduction
  2. BIT.TRIP Runner2 Review
  3. Joe Danger 2: The Movie Review
  4. Papo & Yo Review
  5. To the Moon Review
  6. Reus (Beat-the-Average) Review:
  7. Surgeon Simulator 2013 (Beat-the-Average) Review
  8. Humble Indie Bundle X Review: Conclusion
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