Humble Software Bundle: Streaming (Steam Software + Games) 80p
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Humble Software Bundle: Streaming (Steam Software + Games) 80p

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Found 21st Mar 2017
"Get games to stream (Drawful 2, Choice Chamber), software to stream 'em with (XSplit Premium, Hotspot Shield), and tools to make it all more fun (FaceRig, Monstercat Twitch License, and more)!"

I would go for the higher tier for FaceRig alone.

Tier 1 (80p), "Pay $1 or more!":

Monstercat Twitch License, 1-Year License (MSRP: $65.00)

FaceRig Classic (MSRP: $14.99)

Quiplash (MSRP: $9.99)

Choice Chamber (MSRP: $9.99)

Tier 2 (beat the average), "Pay more than the average of $5.13 (about £4.14) to also unlock!":

XSplit Premium, 3-Month License (MSRP: $24.95)

FaceRig Pro (MSRP: $64.99)

Drawful 2 (MSRP: $9.99)

BeanBox, 6-Month License (MSRP: $29.94)

Tier 3 "Pay $12 (about £9.69) or more to also unlock!":

MAGIX Fastcut (MSRP: $69.99)

Hotspot Shield - Elite VPNm 1-Year License (MSRP: $47.88)

- EQL

Game reviews:
Quiplash Metacritic: (2 critics, 8.4 from 5 users), Reviews of an earlier/alternative version: Metacritic: 83% (4 critics, 8.5 from 6 users), Steam: Very Positive 88% (200 reviews)
Choice Chamber Metacritic: ( critics, 5.3 from 4 users), Steam: Very Positive 88% (61 reviews)
Drawful 2 Metacritic: (1 critics), Reviews of an earlier/alternative version: Metacritic: 75% (5 critics), Steam: Very Positive 92% (100 reviews)
- EQL
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    Was tempted to buy it for Hotspot Shield Elite but it does not support Sony Android TVs or Android boxes, so its something to take into consideration:

    support.hotspotshield.com/hc/…ces
    late to the party today.....interested for the VPN. Wondering with the above message.....can it be set on a router? (not that I have a decent router currently tho - VM superdud). I know it says custom router configs are unsupported but thats different to saying it won't work and would get around peoples problem for android boxes etc
    Drawful 2 is brilliant, I'd highly recommend it.

    John
    I had been hoping for an interesting selection of games (as there's no second bundle currently) from today's bundle, rather than a mixture of utils and games. That said, Quiplash and Choice Chamber at tier 1 seem possibly ok for multiplayer.

    Quiplash Metacritic: (2 critics, 8.4 from 5 users), Reviews of an earlier/alternative version: Metacritic: 83% (4 critics, 8.5 from 6 users), Steam: Very Positive 88% (200 reviews)
    Choice Chamber Metacritic: ( critics, 5.3 from 4 users), Steam: Very Positive 88% (61 reviews)
    Drawful 2 Metacritic: (1 critics), Reviews of an earlier/alternative version: Metacritic: 75% (5 critics), Steam: Very Positive 92% (100 reviews)
    skykid3

    Taken from here



    I wouldn't bother with any VPN provider that won't provide .ovpn files. Why should you have to use their (often) clunky applications when there's plenty of better ways to do it. Also with linux (slowly) gaining some desktop market share I'm surprised they don't support it at all. Even my previous provider VPN Unlimited had a linux client and were also happy to provide .ovpn files on request, and they are far from being one of the big players.
    skykid3

    Taken from here


    Hahaha, was considering the top tier just for the VPN but glad I didn't bother now. That's awful! I'm still using the Cyberghost sub from a previous Humble Bundle. Hope it comes around again. OVPN support so you can install it straight on your router. Only wish I'd bought more than one

    Also, the pro version of FaceRig seems to be exactly the same as the classic version, so don't let that sway you. They say you need the pro version if you wanna profit from it (in YouTube videos and that) - but how would they know? And what are they gonna do about it?
    HereKittyKitty

    Hahaha, was considering the top tier just for the VPN but glad I didn't … Hahaha, was considering the top tier just for the VPN but glad I didn't bother now. That's awful! I'm still using the Cyberghost sub from a previous Humble Bundle. Hope it comes around again. OVPN support so you can install it straight on your router. Only wish I'd bought more than one :(Also, the pro version of FaceRig seems to be exactly the same as the classic version, so don't let that sway you. They say you need the pro version if you wanna profit from it (in YouTube videos and that) - but how would they know? And what are they gonna do about it?


    If your subscription has long enough left, I'd recommend waiting for black friday. Most of the major VPN providers have massive reductions (50%+) from the like of PIA, AirVPN, BlackVPN, which are all pretty highly rated I believe.
    cldox

    I wouldn't bother with any VPN provider that won't provide .ovpn files. … I wouldn't bother with any VPN provider that won't provide .ovpn files. Why should you have to use their (often) clunky applications when there's plenty of better ways to do it. Also with linux (slowly) gaining some desktop market share I'm surprised they don't support it at all. Even my previous provider VPN Unlimited had a linux client and were also happy to provide .ovpn files on request, and they are far from being one of the big players.



    I've already gotten tier 2 so tier 3 wouldn't be too pricey for me to go up to.

    Anyone know if Hotspot Elite actually allows access to USA Netflix, or if it's blocked? Their website makes it sound like it's a specific feature of Elite, but I'm not sure I trust that. I'd be using my PC and perhaps Android tablet.

    (I'm also partially interested in Magix Fastcut. It looks quite basic but might be worth it as it auto-creates videos based on templates. There's a few videos of amateur games I've made that I'll never get around to editing manually into trailers but which would be worth having a mediocre auto-edited version of).
    Edited by: "quixoticduck" 27th Mar 2017
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