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Humble Bundle - Asmodee Digital Bundle (Board Games) $1.50 - 16.50

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[OP]
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May 10, 2010
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Kenora

Humble Bundle - Asmodee Digital Bundle (Board Games) $1.50 - 16.50

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Price:
$1.50-16.5
Expiry:
May 21, 2020
Retailer:
Humble Bundle
I don't know how people feel about Humble Bundles here. But their new one is a bunch of Digital board games. These are all pretty well done, and worth the top price of $16.50

These are all really great games. The board games are a lot of fun and the digital counterparts are just as good. There are some really great games in here (Scythe, Mysterium, Splendor). There's a lot of DLC that makes the list look like there are a ton of games, but the core games you'd be getting at the highest priced tier are:

(Links to the equlivent BoardGameGeek page)
Small World 2
Splendor
Carcassonne
Patchwork
King and Assassins
Love Letter
Potion Explosion
Mysterium
Twilight Struggle
Scythe: Digital Edition
Lord of The Rings Adventure Card Game

There are some REALLY great games in this list. I've played many of their physical versions, and a few of the digital ones. The ratings of both the physical and digital games are fairly positive. Overall, this is a great bundle. Worth buying to play against the computer, or getting a few friends to order and playing games online. (It's even cheap enough to gift to someone so that they have no excuse not to play with you)


Here is a breakdown of what you get in each priced tier and the regular price on Steam

Minimum price $1.50 tier:
Small World 2 ($10.99 on Steam)
Carcassonne - Tiles & Tactics ($11.49 on Steam)
Patchwork($7.99 on Steam)
King and Assassins($7.99 on Steam)
Love Letter($7.99 on Steam)
Potion Explosion(7.99 on Steam)

Total price on Steam: $54.44

Beat The Average: $14.07 (at the time of this post)

Splendor($10.99 on Steam)
Splendor - The Cities (Expansion)($3.39 on Steam)
Splendor - The Trading Posts (Expansion)($3.39 on Steam)
Mysterium: A Psychic Clue Game(7.99 on Steam)
Carcassonne - Winter and Gingerbread Man (Expansion)($4.65 on Steam)
Carcassonne - Traders & Builders (Expansion)($4.65 on Steam)
Small World 2 - Cursed (Expansion)(3.29 on Steam)
Small World 2 - Be not Afraid (Expansion)($5.49 on Steam)
Twilight Struggle($11.49 on Steam)

Total Price on Steam: $109.77

Pay $16.50 or more

Scythe: Digital Edition($22.79 on Steam)
The Lord of the Rings: Adventure Card Game – Definitive Edition($22.79 on Steam)
Mysterium - Hidden Signs (Expansion)($2.19 on Steam)
Carcassonne - The River (Expansion)($3.39 on Steam)
Carcassonne - Inns & Cathedrals (Expansion)($4.65 on Steam)
Carcassonne - The Princess & the Dragon Expansion($4.65)
Mysterium - Secrets & Lies (Expansion)($2.29 on Steam)
Small World 2 - Grand Dames (Expansion)($3.29 on Steam)
Splendor - The Strongholds($4.65 on Steam)

Total Price on Steam: $180.46

Game's are given as individual keys. So you can gift any you don't want/already have.

If anyone want's to play sometime, let me know! Have fun!
Thread Summary
Base game name | BBG Rank | Length | Players
Twilight Struggle | 8 | 120-180 min | 2 players
Scythe | 11 | 90-115 min | 1-5 Players
Patchwork | 74 | 15-30 min | 2 Players
The Lord of the Rings: The Card Game | 125 | 30-60 min | 1-2 Players
Splendor | 151 | 30 min | 2-4 Players
Carcassonne | 166 | 30-45 min | 2-5 Players
Mysterium | 226 | 42 min | 2-7 Players
Small World | 233 | 40-80 min | 2-5 Players
Love Letter | 256 | 20 min | 2-4 Players
Potion Explosion | 423 | 30-45 min | 2-4 Players
King & Assassins | 2129 | 30 min | 2 Players
42 replies
Deal Addict
Aug 30, 2003
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Does this mean it's $16.50 total and you get all the games listed?

If yes, this seems like a smoking hot deal.
[OP]
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May 10, 2010
698 posts
1018 upvotes
Kenora
Mint wrote: Does this mean it's $16.50 total and you get all the games listed?

If yes, this seems like a smoking hot deal.
That's right. $16.50 for everything.
Deal Addict
Aug 30, 2003
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Oh wow. Scythe alone is worth $16.50!
Deal Addict
May 4, 2007
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Montreal
Mint wrote: Oh wow. Scythe alone is worth $16.50!
I guess your friends will have to also own this game in order to play multiplayer?
Deal Addict
Aug 30, 2003
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Yep. it's multiplayer. You can play against random ppl on the server too.
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Oct 12, 2008
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Markham
Humble bundles usually suck these days, but this one is legit hot. Some of these games are worth way more than 16 bucks alone. Anyone with even a passing interest in board games shouldn't pass up on this.

In for 3 (gifts).
Newbie
Jun 12, 2016
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Thanks. Bought 2 at the lowest tier. I can vouch for Patchwork, amazing two player game. I've wanted to buy Carcassonne as well.
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Jul 29, 2019
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Do these games need graphics card to run ?
I spend time on RFD,
more than I'd like to admit.
But I console myself stating,
I'd need another job if I wouldn't
Newbie
Jun 11, 2017
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Guelph
If you haven't tried Steam Remote Play, I recommend it for any game that has local multiplayer to play online. You only need one copy of the game and your friends sort of stream game off you. Maybe it'll work well for some of these titles. There can be slight lag which I imagine won't matter in a turn based or board game.
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Mar 25, 2011
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$1.50 pack or the one at 16.50$?
A decision must be made
Last edited by isrdum on May 8th, 2020 11:36 am, edited 1 time in total.
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Sr. Member
Dec 13, 2006
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Vancouver
patel21 wrote: Do these games need graphics card to run ?
I imagine any computer that isnt over 8 years old could run most of these, They are very low on the gfx side.


Patchwork is one of our favorite games, smallworld is a great one as well, im totally getting the $1.50 not sure if i want /need all the expansions..

THANKS OP!
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Oct 25, 2018
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What's the easiest way to find out which games in the bundle can handle at least 4 people online? Split screen co-op is cool but ONLINE split screen co-op is better, lol, or 4 separate PC's online (4 bundles)

Wife and I could play with bro and sister in law.
Jr. Member
May 7, 2014
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Burlington, ON
Trying to justify this. Always wanted to try scythe and my friends are too cool for board games these days.

Also just want to say excellent job on the post Op.
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Aug 29, 2017
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I think it's worth every penny. I've played Carcassone before with the physical tiles, but adding up points at the end of the game is time consuming and annoying after a while - it becomes a turn-off just to start playing the game. The digital version sums up everything in a matter of minutes - and everyone is happy! Not sure about the other games, but I am sure similar benefits can be realized in the tallying and adding of points to see who the winner is. Another benefit is that you can play alone against AI, or online against friends across multiple platforms (Carcassone works through PC and Android, haven't checked the others).
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[OP]
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May 10, 2010
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Kenora
MikeB84225 wrote: What's the easiest way to find out which games in the bundle can handle at least 4 people online? Split screen co-op is cool but ONLINE split screen co-op is better, lol, or 4 separate PC's online (4 bundles)

Wife and I could play with bro and sister in law.
I've tried them all out, they all support online multiplayer

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