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The Humble Indie Bundle 20 (Dream Daddy, Overgrowth, Tangledeep + more)

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Oct 24, 2017
The Humble Indie Bundle 20

Score! It's the big 2-0! Humble Indie Bundle 20 is filled with Steam keys and DRM-free builds for Tangledeep, Overgrowth, Among the Sleep - Enhanced Edition, Dream Daddy: A Dad Dating Simulator, and Getting Over It with Bennett Foddy. Plus, your purchase will support a charity of your choice!

Pay what you want. Normally, the total cost for the games in this bundle is as much as $114. Here at Humble Bundle, you choose the price and increase your contribution to upgrade your bundle! Pay $1 or more to access Steam keys.

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Jan 24, 2015
Dont you dare to say negative things about dream daddy.
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Dec 12, 2018
Tangledeep has been on my wishlist for awhile so I guess I'm in for the first tier, none of the rest of them appeal to me.


Nov 17, 2014
I know I have that last tier game already. Pretty sure it came in one of the monthly bundles. Found it to be boring. No interest in this.


Unconfirmed Member
Utter turd other than Tooth and Tail. I got Overgrowth in a bundle ages ago and it's utter utter turd. Avoid like the plague. How the fuck is that turd the top tier turding game? Turd.
Oct 27, 2012
Tier 1: A walking simulator, a roguelike, and a cookie-cuter first person horror from the Indie First Person Horror School Promotion of '14
Tier 2: Two memes and a somewhat interesting RTS? Maybe?
Star game: a mediocre two year old game that has been in like four bundles already

I remember when I purchased all the bundles. Now this... is sad.


Unconfirmed Member
Humble Bundle after being purchased by IGN, has been mostly crap.


In their defence, I think on the indie side there's simply not as much good stuff out there as there was when it first launched. Bundle 1 was worth it for World Of Goo alone, but the rest was.. ok. Bundle 2 was excellent. Braid (brilliant), Osmos (fun little relaxer), Machinarium (gorgeous to look at), Revenge Of The Titans (simple but good fun). Bundle 3 contained Crayon Physics (fun for a short time), the utterly wonderful VVVVVV (best music in gaming, bastard hard), And Yet It Moves was kinda fun too. The Introversion Bundle was pretty cool, indie 4 had Super Meat Boy, 5 had Psychonauts, Limbo, Bastion, all very good games. Bundle 7.. Legend Of Grimrock. Enough said. Bundle 8 with Hotline Miami, Proteus (hey I liked it), Thomas Was Alone and Tiny & Big.. a very strong bundle.

I will add that while those bundles had some wonderful games they also had some absolute shite in them too, garbage filler. The problem is that later there just wasn't much coming out of the quality of those wonderful titles.

I'll also add that I'm not convinced that the bundles were wholly good for indie games. Indie games became cheap and disposable, people stopped buying them because they'd eventually appear in a bundle. A race to the bottom on prices leads to a race to the bottom on quality.


Feb 2, 2015
Man, I miss the highs of HIB3, 6 and 10. That's what happens when you do new bundle every week.