Make it an indie Christmas with Humble Bundle’s Indie Mega Week sale
Big deals on some of the best small – and not so small –games.
This year has been a smashing one for video games, with the launch of two new consoles and the release of ground-breaking titles like The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild and PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds redefining the entire interactive landscape. Things have been even more spectacular in the indie gaming scene, with long-awaited passion projects like Cuphead and A Hat in Time finally seeing the light of day.
To celebrate the vibrant creativity coming from independent developers, Humble Bundle is throwing an Indie Mega Week sale, with some of this and last year's best titles discounted by as much as 80%.
Along with the aforementioned Cuphead and A Hat in Time, you'll find the gorgeous psychological trip that is Hellblade: Senua's Sacrifice, the slick action-platformer Hollow Knight, the dino-pooping antics of ARK: Survival Evolved and many more standout indie titles. We've rounded up our top picks below, with prices converted to AUD for your convenience. You can also check out the full sale over at Humble Bundle.
|Game||Discounted price||Buy it|
|Crypt of the Necrodancer||$3.90||Go to site|
|Undertale||$6.51||Go to site|
|Hollow Knight||$12.90||Go to site|
|Stardew Valley||$12.90||Go to site|
|Owlboy||$19.55||Go to site|
|Car Mechanic Simulator 2018||$19.55||Go to site|
|Cuphead||$22.16||Go to site|
|Hellblade: Senua's Sacrifice||$29.33||Go to site|
|A Hat in Time||$35.20||Go to site|
|ARK: Survival Evolved||$46.94||Go to site|
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