Humble Bundle Teams Up with PewDiePie’s Revelmode

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Revelmode, the new content network developed by YouTube star PewDiePie, is teaming up with Humble Bundle. The bundle website is offering a deal on seven games curated by Revelmode, with proceeds going toward Crisis Text Line.

Pay whatever you want, and get these three games:

Robot Roller-Derby Disco Dodgeball

by 82 Apps

Robot Roller-Derby Disco Dodgeball game screenshot, courtesy Steam
Robot Roller-Derby Disco Dodgeball: screenshot courtesy Steam

Skate park meets dance club meets…uh…exploding robots in this multi-player futuristic sports game. Dodge balls! Robots! Explosions! Robots! Music! FREAK OUT! The mayhem is available via local multi-player and online, and while some players have complained about the lack of a large online community, the attention from this bundle could hopefully change that.

Nidhogg

by Messhof

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For casual couch multi-player, this one’s hard to beat. Two fencers enter, just one leaves! Battle with swords across a series of pixellated arenas that look like something out of the Commodore 64 era. IGR writer HappyWulf said that this game had “everyone…laughing and yelling with glee.”

Read our full review of Nidhogg.

Choice Chamber

by Studio Bean

Choice Chamber game screenshot courtesy Steam
Choice Chamber: screenshot courtesy Steam

Winner of the Technology Award at IndieCade 2014, this game integrates the Twitch streaming platform. Anyone watching your play-through can type along in chat and actually alter your game…best hope you have a friendly audience!

In addition to the three games in the basic bundle, anyone paying more than the average also gets these additional four titles:

Golf with Your Friends

by Blacklight Interactive

Golf with Your Friends game, screenshot courtesy Steam
Golf with Your Friends: screenshot courtesy Steam

Currently in Early Access, this multi-player miniature golf simulator allows up to 12 players at a time and is designed to be easy to host and even easier to play.

Skullgirls

by Lab Zero Games

Skullgirls: screenshot courtesy Steam
Skullgirls: screenshot courtesy Steam

Adorably spooky combatants battle across Art Deco backgrounds in this 2D fighting favorite. This Humble Bundle edition also includes all five DLC characters – including a zombie opera singer, of all things – as well as a full color palette for character customization.

Spelunky

by Mossmouth

Spelunky game screenshot courtesy of Steam
Spelunky: screenshot courtesy Steam

The lone game in this bundle to focus squarely on the single-player experience, this one is an absolute classic, combining the exploration and action of the Metroidvania with the procedurally generated levels and sudden, merciless death of the Roguelike.

Roguelands

by SmashGames

Roguelands game screenshot courtesy Steam
Roguelands: screenshot courtesy Steam

More procedurally generated goodness here, plus exploration, crafting and online play. Think you’ve seen that before? One of the big twists here is that you don’t have to grind away digging for crafting materials. Droids do the work for you, leaving you more time to play with weapons and eventually face the mysterious force threatening the entire universe. Roguelands was one of our Most Anticipated Indie Games of 2016.

That’s a pretty solid collection, but for $15 or more you’ll also get:

Rocket League

by Psyonix

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Rocket League: screenshot courtesy Steam

It’s everyone’s favorite game about rocket-powered cars playing soccer! Admittedly, that’s a pretty small category to begin with, but that’s beside the point. Rocket League is a smash hit, tons of multi-player fun even if you don’t like cars or soccer, and one of our Top 10 Indie Games of 2015. HappyWulf praised the game’s “ridiculous fun factor that you can enjoy even when you’re losing.”

Read our full review of Rocket League.

All games in this bundle include Steam keys, and several are also available DRM-free.

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