If you aren’t familiar with the concept of the Humble Bundle, it is a package of PC games that you basically pay-what-you-want, which if purchased separately, would cost around $35. These games come DRM-free (not plagued with draconian copyright protection scheme that hinders playability and installs questionable low-level software on your system), and are created by the innovative, hardworking people nextdoor, and not the massive corporations that churn out crap equivocal to the pop-hits of the music industry. That is to say, that these games offer something new and novel experiences that you should play because you will get deeper enjoyment from them due to unique mechanics, story, art, music, etc.
This is as close to Free (as in beer) as you can get to quality, original games that you are liberated to put on any device that you own that supports developers who are hardworking people like the guy-next-door (but not unemployed).
The games included in this bundle, lovingly called the “Voxatron” are:
The Binding of Isaac
Blocks That Matter
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|I was introduced to video games on the Atari 2600, and quickly moved to a Nintendo, where The Legend of Zelda, Metroid, and Dragon Warrior dominated my early non-Mario years. Now days, I do mostly PC gaming, and some console gaming. I’ve been in and out of rehab, and there’s no saving a nerd like me.
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