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Humble Double Fine Bundle Mega-Review

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Still unsure whether Double Fine’s Humble Bundle is worth the money and bandwidth?

With only six days left to claim your copies, we go hands-on with every game to help you decide…

To recap, there are currently three games available at any price:

Psychonauts
Costume Quest
Stacking

Eight prototype games from Double Fine were also added yesterday, but are only available for Windows.

Beating the average also nets you Brütal Legend and paying at or above $35 also gets you backer access to Broken Age. If you’re dying to throw money at your screen, paying at or above $70 will also get you a t-shirt with worldwide shipping.

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