Humble Indie Bundle 6, what I called probably the best collection of games they've assembled, has just expanded its lineup for the last few days. If you didn't get in on the deal last week, maybe four more titles will sway you. These titles are included automatically if you beat the average price. Pay more than $6.16 as of this writing and you get them on top of the other titles I reviewed last week.
- Bit.Trip Runner is a super stylized run and dodge game. You play as a 2D character jumping, dodging, and kicking 3D 8-bit-styled obstacles in front of a lovely animated background. If you make one wrong move, you're sent right back to the top of the level. The look of the game takes some getting used to, but the gameplay is solid.
- Gratuitous Space Battles is like S.P.A.Z.'s stylish older sister. It's another space combat simulator with far more advanced graphics. The RTS elements are not nearly as in depth, but the combat and fleet control is a lot more accessible and fast-paced.
- Jamestown is a retro-overhead shooter with beautiful steampunk style. The controls are tight and the difficulty challenging but balanced. The biggest draw is a four player cooperative multiplayer mode that assumes that you'll be able to keep your whole team alive. It's a lot of fun for arcade shooter fans.
- Wizorb is a cross between an RPG and a block breaking game. You gain magical abilities to better control the orb as the game progresses. It's a nice spin on block breaking that might open up the repetitive gameplay to a wider audience.
I feel like this Humble Indie Bundle package is a no-brainer. There's bound to be something that appeals to every game fan. And just think: you're getting 10 different games for just over $6. That's a whole lot of gameplay for not a lot of cash.
Have you picked up Humble Indie Bundle 6? Did you download the extra games yet? What do you think? Sound off below.