superbrothers sword & sworcery

Humble’s new bundle has better games than usual, and somewhat secondarily it helps charities
Humble Bundle is known for its charity bundles — pay whatever you want and get a package of books or comics or games with some or all of your payment donated to a designated cause or organization. The minimum donation is $30, and 100 percent of all money donated will go directly to the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), Doctors Without Borders, and International Rescue Committee (IRC), with Humble matching contributions up to $300,000. The list includes some of the biggest indie games in recent years, including The Witness (its $39.99 price tag already makes the Freedom Bundle a bargain), addictive farming simulator Stardew Valley, spy-theme strategy game Invisible Inc., the absurdly self-aware The Stanley Parable, the impossible arcade reflex test that is Super Hexagon, along with Nuclear Throne, Octodad: Dadliest Catch, Super Meat Boy, World of Goo, Superbrothers: Sword and Sworcery EP, VVVVV, RocketsRocketsRockets, Mini Metro, Song of the Deep, and more. Read more
Humble’s new bundle has better games than usual, and somewhat secondarily it helps charities
Humble Bundle is known for its charity bundles — pay whatever you want and get a package of books or comics or games with some or all of your payment donated to a designated cause or organization. The minimum donation is $30, and 100 percent of all money donated will go directly to the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), Doctors Without Borders, and International Rescue Committee (IRC), with Humble matching contributions up to $300,000. The list includes some of the biggest indie games in recent years, including The Witness (its $39.99 price tag already makes the Freedom Bundle a bargain), addictive farming simulator Stardew Valley, spy-theme strategy game Invisible Inc., the absurdly self-aware The Stanley Parable, the impossible arcade reflex test that is Super Hexagon, along with Nuclear Throne, Octodad: Dadliest Catch, Super Meat Boy, World of Goo, Superbrothers: Sword and Sworcery EP, VVVVV, RocketsRocketsRockets, Mini Metro, Song of the Deep, and more. Read more
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Hey friends! it’s that time again, that time when I give away some rad games that I’ve been playing and enjoying the hell out of on steam. This time i’m giving out a copy of Hyper Light Drifter and a copy of Superbrothers: Sword & Sworcery . Both of these games are going to the first place winner, and this time i’ll also be giving out a second place prize which will be a copy of Sword & Sworcery. I could have given these out separately but I feel like they deserve to be together, I think there’s a bit of kinship between the two and I have such a fondness and love for them both. 


ANYWAYS how you win these: Like or reblog the post. Have a steam account. That’s it. Once I choose the first and second place winners through a random number generator ill ask for your steam username and send you your winnings. Ill be choosing a winner tomorrow! So have fun and good luck!

I turned the photoshop goof into lineless painting practice 

This is actually a boss battle from a game called Superbrothers: Sword & Sworcery EP and you all should really give it a shot

Yes, you literally fight a triangle, but the music during the battle makes it so much cooler than it sounds, believe me. 

The entire game is meant to be audibly pleasing anyways, and a nod to the Legend of Zelda (A hero clothed in green on a quest, three sacred triangles and magical ping pong games against said triangles ;) )

It is relatively short but very interestingly done (The game relies on the time and date in order to progress due to the cycles of the moon in reality , but if you really don’t want to wait for lunar cycles you can always visit the moon grotto.

Also It has great humour. So play it. I’m not kidding. Its fab play it.)