This week’s Humble sale showcases a library of great games from Telltale. Sam & Max, Wallace & Gromit and Back to the Future are among them, but the real star of the show is The Walking Dead, the universally accepted best game ever. Or something close to that.
Like many journalists out there, our Steve found The Walking Dead to be a masterpiece, and worth more than your mere interest. If you’re one of seven people who were stuck down a mine during the game’s five-month run last year, you can now catch up with the world’s finest father simulator/interactive zombie drama for less than it costs to make dinner for a student.
Humble deals are always pay-what-you-want, but to bag The Walking Dead you need to pay more than the average, which at time of writing stands at an insane low of $4.22. If your pocket doesn't quite stretch to that you’ll be missing out on one of the best adventure games ever made, but you’ll still get to play some of Telltale’s best work, consisting of Poker Night at the Inventory, Sam & Max: Devil’s Playhouse, Wallace & Gromit’s Grand Adventures, Hector: Badge of Carnage, Puzzle Agent 1 & 2, and Back to the Future: The Game.
If you can afford the low low starting price of $1, you can grab your games from The Humble Weekly Sale website.