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Make it a Party With Seven Silly Split-Screen Multiplayer Games For Just $10

Humble Bundle Multiplayer Mayhem

Split-screen gaming isn’t as big as it once was but thanks to Humble’s Laugh Till You Die: Multiplayer Mayhem Bundle you can get seven over-the-top multiplayer PC party games for just $10/£8.19. Many have split-screen and every one of them supports couch co-op or, in some cases, couch PvP.

Some of them also support online play and some can be played solo. But, lets face it, half the fun is when you can look your opponent in the eye moments after kicking their backside. Or glaring at them in the mistaken impression it was their incompetence that lost you the game?

There are three tiers, priced at $10/£8.19 for 7, $6/£4.91 for 4 and $3/£2.45 for 2. No matter which tier you go for, you’ll be raising money for charity, supporting international aid organisations International Medical Corps and International Rescue Committee (IRC).

So which titles are on offer? Here’s what you can get your hands on and each of them has been rated at least 90% on Steam.

PlateUp!
Heavenly Bodies
KeyWe
Ultimate Chicken Horse
Boomerang Fu
ROUNDS
Stick Fight: The Game

$10 will get you all of them, $6 bags you Ultimate Chicken Horse, Boomerang Fu, Rounds and Stick Fight: The Game and $3 gives you Rounds and Stick Fight: The Game.

PlateUp! is our favourite of the titles on offer. It’s a fantastically silly restaurant game and you can read our impressions of it here. But for $10 you’re getting over $100 worth of split-screen party/multiplayer games, ideal for when you have friends around.

Pick up the Humble Bundle Laugh Till You Die: Multiplayer Mayhem Bundle Here. It’s available for the next 20 days or whenever codes run out.

Weekend Editor // Chris has been gaming since the days of the Acorn Electron, which was allegedly purchased to 'help him with his homework'. You can probably guess how well that went. He’ll tackle most genres – football titles aside – though he has a taste for games that that are post-apocalyptic, horror-oriented or thought provoking in nature.