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http://groupees.com/damned2

Lucius [Steam/DRM-free]
Survivor Squad [Desura/DRM-free]
Undead Legions [Desura/DRM-free]
Port Mortem: One Must Die Extended Scythe Cut [Desura/DRM-free]
Collide (Music)
Alone Architect (Music)
Neverside: This Is Our Gun (Music)
47 Decembers (Graphic Novel)

Bonus Goals (Unlocked):

Burn Zombie Burn [Steam]
Selene - Among the Frozen
BlackSoul
Clown Town (Graphic Novel)
Live Collide Collection (Music)
Noctua #1 (Graphic Novel)
Horror in the West (Graphic Novel)
Super Eurobit and the Seventh Enochian Key (Music)
The Blind Eye (Graphic Novel)

Bundle is live.
Post edited November 24, 2013 by spoderman
Nice. "Lucius" had piqued my curiosity a while ago, but it was always very expensive (even when on sale), and the people who played it seemed often disappointed, so it didn't seem to be worth it. This bundle is a good chance to check it out, I guess. :)
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Psyringe: Nice. "Lucius" had piqued my curiosity a while ago, but it was always very expensive (even when on sale), and the people who played it seemed often disappointed, so it didn't seem to be worth it. This bundle is a good chance to check it out, I guess. :)
It also has an interesting situation in Germany - Steam was publishing it for ages without any problems. The publisher then went to gain a USK rating for a retail release, and it ended up being refused classification.

As a result, the publisher pulled it from Steam in Germany as well, although you can still buy it DRM-free from Gamersgate and Desura.

Just a shame that Groupees is continuing down the Humble Bundle road of abandoning any kind of principles and is only providing a Steam key despite the obvious existence of a DRM-free version.
"There's just too many... We couldn't get them all... They were everywhere... "
Not sure about the bundle nothing seems to pick my interest
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Psyringe: Nice. "Lucius" had piqued my curiosity a while ago, but it was always very expensive (even when on sale), and the people who played it seemed often disappointed, so it didn't seem to be worth it. This bundle is a good chance to check it out, I guess. :)
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jamyskis: It also has an interesting situation in Germany - Steam was publishing it for ages without any problems. The publisher then went to gain a USK rating for a retail release, and it ended up being refused classification.

As a result, the publisher pulled it from Steam in Germany as well, although you can still buy it DRM-free from Gamersgate and Desura.
Interesting. :) Also, facepalm-worthy on several levels, but what else is new? ;)
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jamyskis: Just a shame that Groupees is continuing down the Humble Bundle road of abandoning any kind of principles and is only providing a Steam key despite the obvious existence of a DRM-free version.
True. At least the Steam key did register for me, even though I'm in Germany. I suppose the publisher pulled it from the Steam store, but Steam does not block registration for German users who got the key from elsewhere.
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Psyringe: True. At least the Steam key did register for me, even though I'm in Germany. I suppose the publisher pulled it from the Steam store, but Steam does not block registration for German users who got the key from elsewhere.
Indeed - you have to be careful with Steam keys sometimes when the game has been refused classification. In fact, I've just had yet another former Steam fan ranting on about how shit it is because he went to buy Inversion from the UK and it refused to activate here.

Same applies to Modern Warfare 2, Black Ops and a couple of others, I believe.
Bah, Postmortem is the only interesting one for me, but it is a mere enhancement of the freeware release.
Sweet, cannot be wrong with $1 only bundle.
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Psyringe: Nice. "Lucius" had piqued my curiosity a while ago, but it was always very expensive (even when on sale), and the people who played it seemed often disappointed, so it didn't seem to be worth it. This bundle is a good chance to check it out, I guess. :)
I got it on GOG during one of those 'Pick X pay X' sales, and even as a very forgiving horror fan - I didn't like it too much. Great concept, but almost totally wasted.
Still, worth a dollar :)
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dr.schliemann: Bah, Postmortem is the only interesting one for me, but it is a mere enhancement of the freeware release.
Same here. If the bonuses are interesting, I might buy it. I have everything else though (aside from the music/graphic novel). Too many repeats IMO.
Post edited October 24, 2013 by spoderman
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dr.schliemann: Bah, Postmortem is the only interesting one for me, but it is a mere enhancement of the freeware release.
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spoderman: Same here. If the bonuses are interesting, I might buy it. I have everything else though (aside from the music/graphic novel). Too many repeats IMO.
This. :p
Bought the damn thing.
At least Lucius looks like a game I'll enjoy.
Besides, what can go wrong for $1?
The Nevermind music sounds great too, just gave it a listen and so far I'm impressed.
I hope the bonuses are good, 'cause this bundle qualifies as "meh..." (:P)
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aluinie: pick my interest
"pique"

Just sharing the knowledge gained from this forum. :)