On the twentythird day of Christmas, Humble Bundle gave to me……
4 games! Yes, your eyes do not deceive you- we have had 4 days straight with nothing but games (and one soundtrack)! This makes me wary, however- does this mean more DLC is just around the corner? We’ll see….
First is Intelligent Design… a game I have no idea how to play! The tutorial is slow, and doesn’t tell you very much. It looks to be some sort of ecosystem simulator. I might pick this back up- not positive though.
Yet again, at least the 5th time this bundle,we are given, you guessed it, yet another local multiplayer only game using controllers. Super Luminus isn’t bad- at least controllers are optional- you could play on a keyboard! However, this bundle has too much of these types of games, and it really brings it down, in my opinion!
Next, we have Dimension Jump, a neat little platformer that let’s “shift” dimensions, changing the level with a press of a button. I’ve actually seen this kind of game done before, and here it’s not half bad. I might play more of it in the near future.
Finally, the creme of the crop of today’s offering is easily the point-and-click adventure game, The Inner World. On startup, the game just oozes personality and charm, and I will defiantly play this later- even though I’m not very much into point and clicks, but have an eye for the good ones!
Generic closing statement, today’s offering was quite all right! It’s getting closer and closer to Christmas, so I’m getting more and more cheerful, so I’ll give today’s offering a generous 3.5 out of 5!
According to my calculations (which are wrong half the time) we should have at least $266 of content for the next two days! Will humble bundle deliver? Find out next time, on Dragon Ball Z!
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