If you think of some of your favorite games of the late 2000s and early 2010s, there’s likely quite a few. A lot of great titles came out then, and they remain some of my favorite games to this day. Among that list though, chances are that some of Double Fine’s titles are in there. They have a huge catalog of small scale titles that burst with passion and creativity. With it now being Double Fine’s 20th Anniversary, the team wants to celebrate the best way possible. In a partnership with Humble Bundle, the Humble Double Fine Anniversary Bundle is now available. With it, comes many great classics that are worth adding to your library.
The first Humble tier is $1 and snags you Psychonauts, the Double Fine Adventure documentary, and three of their Amnesia Fortnight showcases. This tier may not have much in terms of games, but the one it does have is an absolute classic. Psychonauts holds a special place in many people’s hearts and is even getting a sequel soon. If there was ever a good time to check it out, now would be that time. Other than that, the videos are definitely worth a watch. They’re like a time capsule to a simpler time when we didn’t have a pandemic to worry about.
The second Humble tier sits at around $5 and offers more in terms of games. You have Day of the Tentacle Remastered, Broken Age, Brutal Legend, Psychonauts in the Rhombus of Ruin, Massive Chalice, and Costume Quest. A lot of these titles are lesser-known in the gaming world but are all worth giving a go. They have their own, special charm to them and offer something truly unique and special. I recommend Costume Quest and Brutal Legend, as having played those they’re both great.
The third and final Humble tier sits at $9 and is chocked full of wonderful titles that you need to try. This tier brings RAD, GNOG, 140, Thoth, Mountain, Everything, Escape Goat 2, Gang Beasts, KIDS, Full Throttle Remastered, Grim Fandango Remastered, and Headlander. Needless to say, getting Everything for $9 is something that not many people want to pass up. All the other titles here and worth a try if you get the chance. Especially GNOG and Gang Beasts, as they offer puzzling genius and silly battles respectively.
With all these great titles, it’s hard to pass this bundle up. No matter what tier you get, you’ll snag a lot of soundtracks. Those who get the $9 tier get a month of Humble Choice on the house. We think this is an absolute steal, but we’d love to hear your thoughts. Will you be picking up one of the three tiers? Any Double Fine titles that hold a special place in your heart? Let us know, and stay tuned at The Nerd Stash for all your news, reviews, and more!