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[PC] Steam - Humble More Board Games Bundle - $1US/$6US (BTA)/$12US (~$1.40AUD/$8.38AUD (BTA)/$16.77AUD) - Humble Bundle


The new Humble Bundle is here - this time it is another Board Game bundle including games that have not been bundled before.
Three tiers as always:

Tier 1: $1 US:

  • Ticket to Ride: First Journey
  • Love Letter
  • Gloom: Digital Edition
  • Twilight Struggle

Tier 2: $6 US(BTA):

  • Pandemic: The board game
  • Carcassonne: Tiles and Tactics
  • Carcassonne: Inns & Cathedrals
  • Ascension: Deckbuilding game
  • Mysterium: a Psychic Clue game
  • Mysterium: Hidden Signs
  • Mysterium: Secrets & Lies

Tier 3: $12 US:

  • Scythe: Digital Edition
  • Pathfinder Adventures: Obsidian Edition


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    Twilight Struggle is highly regarded, is the digital edition exactly the same?


      Even better as an app. Ai will kick your ass if you make poor moves


        Was considering buying just so i can learn how to play scythe without the huge setup.


    Boardgames are bested play on a table with a group of friends and alcohol.

    If thats not a reliable option and you can only commit to online, tabletop simulator is probably the way to go and not individual games.

    That said, $1.50 tier is great value, especially if you wish to purchase the actual boardgame and just want to test the waters.


      As long as you can play locally (on a tablet, couch co-op), you still get that social aspect but now it's 10x faster to set up and actually play.


      The ticket to ride one is great with online strangers.

      With discord now online boardgames are amazing and hilarious.

      The future is now.


      I agree that physical tabletop gaming is the better option, this is a cheap investment to test games, to buy Physical later. Scythe, for example, is $108aus on Amazon right now, $18 is worth it to see if it's any good, along with any others I haven't played