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Humble Indie Bundle 17 - 80p - Humble Bundle
Humble Indie Bundle 17 - 80p - Humble Bundle

Humble Indie Bundle 17 - 80p - Humble Bundle

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The Humble Indie Bundle 17

The Declaration of Bundle Independence.

In 1776, America declared independence from British rule. This is the 17th Humble Indie Bundle, and we’re declaring independent games rule!

Pay what you want for Lethal League, The Beginner's Guide, and Galak-Z.

Pay $1 or more to receive a coupon for 10% off Humble Monthly for new subscribers.

Pay more than the average price and you’ll also get Lovers In A Dangerous Spacetime, Octodad: Dadliest Catch, and SUPER TIME FORCE ULTRA.

Pay $10 or more for all of that plus Nuclear Throne.

Pay what you want. Normally, the total cost for these games is as much as $121. Here at Humble Bundle, though, you choose the price!

DRM-Free and on Steam. All of the games in this bundle are available DRM-free and on Steam. Pay $1 or more to access Steam keys. Please check out the full system requirements here prior to purchasing.

Support charity. Choose where the money goes -- between the developers, the Electronic Frontier Foundation, Child’s Play, and, if you'd like, a third charity of your choice via the Paypal Giving Fund. If you like the bundle or like what we do, you can leave us a Humble Tip too!

39 Comments

Don't think FD will be happy you beat him too it Buzz (Heat added)
Edited by: "nathan3007" 16th Aug 2016

Original Poster Editor

nathan3007

Don't think FD will be happy you beat him too it Buzz (Heat added)



Didn't even realise I'd posted it to be honest, I was just looking (_;)

Pay what you want!

Lethal League - £9.99
The Beginner's Guide - £6.99
Galak-Z - £6.99


Pay more than the average of $6 (about £4.65) to also unlock!

Lovers in a Dangerous Spacetime - £10.99
Octodad: Dadliest Catch - £11.99
SUPER TIME FORCE ULTRA - £10.99
The Beginner's Guide Soundtrack
Octodad: Dadliest Catch Soundtrack - £4.99


Pay $10 (about £7.75) or more to also unlock!

Nuclear Throne - £8.99

This bundle also includes the following coupon:
10% off Humble Monthly for New Subscribers
Edited by: "BuzzDuraband" 16th Aug 2016

BuzzDuraband

Didn't even realise I'd posted it to be honest, I was just looking (_;)



​Oh, I see... Cortana, post deal.

wouldnt mind octodad, will see if the mid tier drops

Good selection, a few more crossed off the wish list.

FantasyDeals

​Oh, I see... Cortana, post deal.


Who needs Cortana when you can type like this?
http://i.giphy.com/iASaoAHcyB8Qg.gif

Sadly, $1=72p is somewhat hopeful nowadays... That aside, this is a very nice bundle this time around, especially with The Beginner's Guide in the $1 tier. While it may be somewhat different in tone, it coming from the creator of The Stanley Parable should be a strong recommendation even on its own.

As always, any donations of spare keys for my weekly giveaways (link) are of course very welcome.

Great bundle although I can't help but feel it reflects poorly on Humble's monthly bundles that 2 of the game from a bundle just a few months back are now apparently bottom tier material.

Shows at 80p for me Buzz when I checkout.

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nathan3007

Shows at 80p for me Buzz when I checkout.



Cheers, dude. Updated to reflect

Awesome bundle. Nuclear Throne is well worth the 8 quid, amazing game

Anyone confirm what the mid-tier games are like? I'm interested in Octodad but the other two seem less up my alley, to be honest.

CoffinMatt

Anyone confirm what the mid-tier games are like? I'm interested in … Anyone confirm what the mid-tier games are like? I'm interested in Octodad but the other two seem less up my alley, to be honest.


Both excellent by all accounts, though Lovers in a Dangerous Spacetime is best-suited for co-op play than single-player. SUPER TIME FORCE ULTRA has me the most interested of the three, with the time-manipulation mechanic.

Tier 1 for $1 for me

Only interested in lowest tier. I wanna try out Galak-Z on my linx vision 8

Lovers In A Dangerous Space Time is absolutely incredible

Disappointing bundles recently. May be due to the amount of bundles from various suppliers, but they just aren't the same anymore.

MrCollective

Disappointing bundles recently. May be due to the amount of bundles from … Disappointing bundles recently. May be due to the amount of bundles from various suppliers, but they just aren't the same anymore.


Recently perhaps, depending on your tastes, but not this one, surely?
Edited by: "Illusionary" 16th Aug 2016

If I'm being brutally honest.

I love Indie games, I've jumped at 80% of the Indie bundles but this to me isnt great. Feels like a filler.

MrCollective

If I'm being brutally honest.I love Indie games, I've jumped at 80% of … If I'm being brutally honest.I love Indie games, I've jumped at 80% of the Indie bundles but this to me isnt great. Feels like a filler.


Fair enough - if it doesn't appeal then certainly you're not forced to buy - but I'd argue that this is getting right to the core of what Humble is about, giving the spotlight to a selection of excellent smaller titles.
Edited by: "Illusionary" 16th Aug 2016

Illusionary

Fair enough - if it doesn't appeal then certainly you're not forced to … Fair enough - if it doesn't appeal then certainly you're not forced to buy - but I'd argue that this is getting right to the core of what Humble is about, i.e., Humble Indie bundles, giving the spotlight to a selection of excellent samller titles.


It's possibly because I have the majority of them from previous bundles or various source's. Im just craving more indie titles

MrCollective

It's possibly because I have the majority of them from previous bundles … It's possibly because I have the majority of them from previous bundles or various source's. Im just craving more indie titles


Well, there's always the "More games coming soon!" to fall back on
Edited by: "Illusionary" 16th Aug 2016

Perfect, was keen to try 'A Beginners Guide'!

BuzzDuraband

Cheers, dude. Updated to reflect


To be fair the bottom tier is all DRM free, so if you don't care about Steam keys you can get those games for 1p (_;)

Illusionary

...The Beginner's Guide in the $1 tier. While it may be somewhat … ...The Beginner's Guide in the $1 tier. While it may be somewhat different in tone, it coming from the creator of The Stanley Parable should be a strong recommendation even on its own...



This.
The bundle doesn't really tickle my fancy this week, but I've gone for the first tier just for "The Beginner's Guide". Loved The Stanley Parable, so this must be worth a look, at 80p.

As ever, thanks for posting, Buzz.

Despite having bought a Humble bundle previously, I can't remember how the allocation of money works. Can I choose to give it all to a charity of my choice, assuming it's on the extensive list of course? (I'm trying to justify buying this as if I never get round to the games due to my backlog, I can still get a warm fuzzy feeling inside from donating!)

PistolPete67

Despite having bought a Humble bundle previously, I can't remember how … Despite having bought a Humble bundle previously, I can't remember how the allocation of money works. Can I choose to give it all to a charity of my choice, assuming it's on the extensive list of course? (I'm trying to justify buying this as if I never get round to the games due to my backlog, I can still get a warm fuzzy feeling inside from donating!)


Yes - there's a drop-down to "Choose where your money goes" just below the section where you choose your donation amount - and if you already own any of the games here, I'd gladly accept any donations of spares for my weekly giveaways.
Edited by: "Illusionary" 17th Aug 2016

Illusionary

Yes - and if you already own any of the games here, I'd gladly accept any … Yes - and if you already own any of the games here, I'd gladly accept any donations of spares for my weekly giveaways.


Thanks for the reply. How do your weekly giveaways work? Is it for a Twitch or YouTube channel?

PistolPete67

Thanks for the reply. How do your weekly giveaways work? Is it for a … Thanks for the reply. How do your weekly giveaways work? Is it for a Twitch or YouTube channel?


No, they're entirely on-site here on HUKD, open to all contributing members. Here's a link to the thread for the current one: hotukdeals.com/mis…535

"Pay $10 (about £7.71) or more to also unlock Nuclear Throne"

Yeah right,

aibon

"Pay $10 (about £7.71) or more to also unlock Nuclear Throne" Yeah right,


Well, it's never been cheaper.

Nuclear Throne is a lot of fun, I got it on the monthly bundle a few months ago, but the asking price jump is a bit much just for it. BTA is worth it for Super Time Force Ultra, though.

aibon

"Pay $10 (about £7.71) or more to also unlock Nuclear Throne" Yeah right,



And it's not like you're paying $10 for Nuclear Throne. You would be paying an extra $4-5 to get Nuclear Throne, which is a great deal if you want the game (which many do).

Link in OP is to the wrong bundle: humblebundle.com/hum…-17
Edited by: "JDPower" 17th Aug 2016

JDPower

Link in OP is to the wrong bundle: … Link in OP is to the wrong bundle: https://www.humblebundle.com/humble-indie-bundle-17



And the link in the previously posted Survival Bundle takes you to the Indie Bundle.

Tsk, you've got to wonder about the mods sometimes.

Worth it to get Nuclear Throne

Whats the lowest the BTA on this has been anyone ?

GQ Man

Whats the lowest the BTA on this has been anyone ?


Around $5.15-ish. Why?

Illusionary

Around $5.15-ish. Why?


Just seeing how much its gone up or down and trying to figure out which tier to get.
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