“All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy.” – Proverb
I’m looking forward to school starting up again. But I’m coming from a different perspective. You see, I’ve got school-aged kids and while I’ve enjoyed the time we’ve had together this summer, it’s safe to say that all of us are ready for some time away from each other. School does that…and a lot more.
The weather also won’t be cooperating with us as much as summer ends, meaning that more time inside is bound to happen. That means more time to focus on school work and less time to be distracted by the great outdoors. But just because summer is over doesn’t mean playtime has to be – which is where The Back To School Gamer Bundle comes in. In this Cult of Mac Deals offer, you’ll get 2 games at a price you name and if you pay more than the average price you’ll get an additional 4 games as well!
All work and no play makes any computer user a dull user. That’s why we’re excited to bring you a bundle here at Cult of Mac Deals that will keep you playing for hours on end – and you get to name the price you’re willing to pay for those hours of fun!
That’s right. We’ve partnered with 6 of the world’s best game developers to bring you The Name Your Own Price Adventure Gamer Bundle. You pay what you want for two different games including Gardenscapes and Storm in a Teacup. And if you pay more than the average price, you’ll also receive Pudding Panic, 4 Elements, Royal Envoy, and the Tiny Bang Story.
Looking for a good, affordable last minute Christmas gift for the gamer in your life? Look no further: the Humble Indie Bundle is back with its seventh iteration, and they are offering some awesome games (and a movie) for one low, bundle-y price.
Right now, the games include Snapshot, the wonderfully weird rogue-like The Binding of Isaac, the action platformer Shank 2, the platform puzzler Closure, and — if you pay more than the average contributor — the awesome Dungeon Defenders tower defense game, and Legend of Grimrock, one of the year’s best old-school RPGs. All that and a high-res copy of Indie Game: The Movie! Sweet.
All games, as usual, are cross-platform, so you get them on Mac, Linux and Windows. Right now, the average contribution is sitting around $5.92, so move quick, and you can get these games for a song.
The Humble Indie Bundle has always been a fantastic source of solid Mac games for a very reasonable price. How much, you might ask? Well, the five initial offerings in this year’s bundle would run you almost $90 retail, but the price you’ll pay for them here is totally up to you.
Yes, you could pay no money at all for games like Rochard or Torchlight, both solidly great games that have been released on other platforms. But you wouldn’t do that, would you? The Humble Indie Bundle gives the money you decide to pay to the developers, to EFF, and to Child’s Play, a charity that raises money for games and consoles for sick kids in hospitals. See? I told you that you wouldn’t pay nothing.
The Christmas Holidays are coming up, and if you’re a gamer looking for a rare week spent pushing, punching and shooting pixels, we’ve got a great Yuletide bundle for you: the Humble Indie Bundle 4. Not to put to fine a point on it, but it’s a sick deal, some of my very favorite games on the Mac.