Gamers go wild for £70 worth of games landing in baskets for less than £8 – including a 9/10

PC gamers have been able to take advantage of great deals and this new bundle offers huge savings.

The pack includes six games worth almost £70, which you can buy together for around 85% off.

Late Shift has a 9/10 on Steam.


Late Shift has a 9/10 on Steam.Photo credit: Wales Interactive

Wales Interactive is a Welsh development team known for their mystery FMV games.

FMV stands for Full Motion Video, which means the game plays like a movie where the player makes the most important decisions.

This means you can replay each game and make different choices to influence how each story unfolds.

The games are also known for starring popular British actors from popular series like Doctor Who.

The bundle consists of six games, including the critically acclaimed Late Shift, which scores a whopping 79 on the Metacritic review site.

Unlike Wales Interactive’s many mystery games, Five Dates tells the story of a man navigating dating apps in lockdown.

Also included in the pack are Blood Shore, The Complex, The Bunker, and Mia and the Dragon Princess.

You’ll also receive vouchers for discounts on the newer games from Wales Interactive, Ten Dates and The Isle Tide Hotel.

The bundle is available through Humble Bundle where at the time of writing a minimum of £7.92 can be paid for the bundle.

The price of the package may change depending on the average willingness to pay, so this may change later.

You can also buy a smaller bundle containing just Late Shift and Blood Shore for £3.96, but of course that gives a smaller discount.

The bundle is available until September 22, 2023, So there’s still some time to decide whether to buy, and all games are redeemable through Steam.

Written by Georgina Young on behalf of GOOD LUCK AND HAVE FUN.

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