If you’re a fan of space exploration – especially space exploration with a comedic twist – you might be interested in Humble Bundle’s latest offer: the ‘Spaced Out’ bundle.
This eight-game collection is all about exploring weird and wonderful far away worlds, and, having played the majority of the games ourselves, we can attest to their quality. Like most Humble Bundle deals, you can choose how much to pay, and the more you give, the more of the ‘Spaced Out’ games you’ll get. And, like always, by buying the bundle, you’ll be helping charities.
The charities tied to this particular bundle are Covenant House and Trees, Water & People. Covenant House provides food, shelter and ongoing care to homeless and trafficked young people across North America. Trees, Water & People’s mission is to fight climate change by implementing programs with direct benefits for people.
To receive the full Spaced Out Humble Bundle, you’ll need to spend £23.72 or more which, frankly, is a bargain. Here’s what you’ll get:
- High On Life
- The Outer Worlds (and Expansion Pass)
- Trover Saves the Universe
- The Entropy Centre
- Journey to the Savage Planet
If you don’t want to go for the full bundle, just £11.86 will get you The Outer Worlds, Trover Saves the Universe, The Entropy Centre, Journey to the Savage Planet and Breathedge.
Or for £7.90, you can get Journey to the Save Planet and Breathedge. All three bundles also grant you a 50% off code for Journey to the Savage Planet’s ‘Hot Garbage’ DLC.
These are all excellent games, with the recent High On Life being the star of the show; a third-person shooter filled with ridiculous foul-mouthed aliens. We described The Outer Worlds as the result of “putting Fallout, Borderlands and Mass Effect into a blender”, which can only be a good thing. And in our review, we said Journey to the Savage Planet has “one of the most imaginative game worlds we’ve seen in a long time”.