I’m aware most of my posts have been about bundles lately, here’s why

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You’ll have noticed most of my posts lately have been about Humble Bundles and it’s not very exciting to read. The main reason is though I’ve had things I want to write about and even have some rough drafts, I’ve been struggling with recurring depression which came back after a decent amount of time away, and these days, it’s pretty bad and sticks around. It’s hard to do much of anything when you’re spending your time trying not to kill yourself and getting through each day. Continue reading

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The Humble Clickteam Fusion Bundle makes drag and drop 2D games development cheap (update)

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With just a few weeks having passed after the Humble GameMaker Bundle, there’s already a new games development bundle here. The Humble Clickteam Fusion Bundle aims includes a 2D games engine that’s supposedly both easy to use and versatile with drag and drop tools.

Whether that’s the case or not, it’s certainly got some good, successful games under its belt with the likes of Five Nights at Freddy’s, The Escapists, Freedom Planet, Not A Hero Continue reading

The Humble Jumbo 7 Bundle is a collection of indie favourites

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I’ve not posted in a few weeks so I’m a bit late on some bundle stuff but I’m back and ready to fix all that with a quick post on last week’s Humble Bundle!

The Humble Jumbo Bundle 7 bundle was released last week full of stylish indie games. Popular titles, Punch Club, Prison Architect, Stronghold Crusader 2 are all included amongst others. The critics favourite, Devil Daggers is also included as is the well received early access survival game, Miscreated. Continue reading

The new Humble Bundle is a great deal for aspiring game developers

If you’re an aspiring games developer or if you want a peek at what games development is really like then this week’s Humble Bundle is fantastic. This bundle is all about GameMaker Studio and includes 3 tiers of modules, steam keys and source code for popular and well received games developed with the engine.

The base tier alone includes GameMaker: Studio Pro, the game Cook, Serve Delicious and the source code for four games. Higher tiers will net you modules for GameMaker Studio that will allow you to develop for the web with HTML5 and provide native support for Android, iOS and Windows UWP, which means you’ll be able to put your games up on the Windows store. Continue reading

Duke Nukem returns this October with Duke Nukem 3D: 20th Anniversary Edition World Tour

Duke Nukem is back to celebrate the 20th anniversary of it’s foray into 3D with a remaster. Gearbox recently announced Duke Nukem 3D: 20th Anniversary Edition World Tour which is due for release on Xbox One, PS4 and PC via Steam on the 11th of October with an appropriate retail price of $19.99. With that mouthful of a title you get the original 1996 game as you remember it with additional content and features. Continue reading

The Humble Sierra Bundle offers a bunch of classic adventure games for cheap

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I’m a bit late this time because of personal stuff but there’s still a little over a week to go so here’s a bit of info about the most recent Humble Bundle! The Humble Sierra Bundle brings a whole bunch of classics and a few newer ones to the table at a pretty big discount. If you buy the game at the highest tier, you get a total of 35 games, or 40 if you include individual episodes of episodic games. This is pretty good for fans of old point and click adventure games and if you’re not, there’s a few other types of games thrown in here too. Continue reading