The Final Station

Most of the time, when it comes to Humble Bundles, I tell people to stop being so damn cheap and just buy the whole thing. In the case of the new Humble TinyBuild Bundle, however, I will make an exception. The full collection is a good deal, as usual, but if you're really only willing to spend a single lousy dollar, then this is the place to do it. 

That $1 will get you The Final Station, a Russian post-apocalyptic zombie survival train ride that I absolutely loved: It's weird and dark and intense and just a little bit janky, and when it was all over I had a lot of ideas about what might have happened but no definitive conclusions about what actually happened. It's really good stuff, and for a buck it's well worth the price of admission on its own. But it's not on its own: You'll also get Punch Club, Diaries of a Spaceport Janitor, and Speedrunners, all very good games in their own right. 

Beat the average and you'll add Hello Neighbor, Streets of Rogue, Cluster Truck, Party Hard, and the Party Hard: High Crimes DLC, or max it out at $13 and tack on Party Hard 2 and Graveyard Keeper, the game that enabled Chris to plumb depths of depravity he previously didn't realize he was capable of.

The Humble TinyBuild Bundle is available until June 4. Check out The Final Station launch trailer from 2016 (because that's really what I'm here for) down below. 

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Wasteland 2: Director's Cut - (Dominic Tarason)

While it still bears some reputation as a scrappy little browser-game toolset (and that’s no bad thing – it enabled much of the GMTK 2018 jam recently), ubiquitous game development platform Unity has spread to all corners. While I> don’t have a single creative bone in my body, the Humble Unity Bundle contains a pile of Unity tools and assets to build your dream game. Even if you’re not the creative type, there’s some good Unity-based games in here too, including ninja sneak ’em up Shadow Tactics, teen horror adventure Oxenfree and moody tearjerker The Last Day Of June.


Wasteland 2: Director's Cut

The Humble Unity Bundle, featuring games built with the Unity game engine, is maybe not the most excitingly-named Humble Bundle of all time, but it's definitely one of the better packages to come along in a very long time. For $1, you'll get Oxenfree and Aer: Memories of Old, plus Inventory Pro, UFPS: Ultimate FPS, and FlowCanvas, which are not actually games but asset packs from the Unity Asset Store. 

Things start to get interesting when you beat the average price, which is already over $10. That'll get you Wasteland 2 Director's Cut, The Final Station, Last Day of June, and three more Unity asset packs: Realistic Effects Pack 4, Ultimate Game Music Collection, and GameFlow. 

At the top tier of $15 (and given how quickly the average price has climbed, you might as well just go right to the top) you'll also get Torment: Tides of Numenera, Shadow Tactics: Blades of the Shogun, and four more Unity packs: Discover Unity Game Development – From Zero to 12 Games, uMMORPG, Heroic Fantasy Creatures Full Pack Vol. 1, Universal Sound FX, and Gaia. 

The bundle is clearly aimed first and foremost at people who are making games for fun and/or profit, but even if that's not your bag there's a lot here to like. Wasteland 2, Final Station, Torment, Shadow Tactics, and Oxenfree are all excellent, and Last Day of June and Aer are quite good too. Your mileage may vary, obviously (Unity is nothing if not flexible) but there's really not a weak entry anywhere to be seen. 

The default charity for this bundle is Girls Who Code, but you can switch it to something else if you'd like. It's available until 11 am Pacific on September 18. 

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The Final Station - Alex@tinybuild

Choo-choo! The Final Station is arriving to Nintendo Switch North America TOMORROW! Europe release is on Feb 27th.

Let's celebrate with this trailer:
The Final Station - (Graham Smith)

Have You Played? >is an endless stream of game retrospectives. One a day, every day, perhaps for all time.>

The Final Station is a sidescrolling action game set in a world that’s been overrun by inky zombie-like creatures. Luckily, you’re just the kind of hero the world needs: a train driver. (more…)

The Final Station - Oleg Sergeev
Hey everyone, we are happy to announce that The Final Station is coming to #NintendoSwitch in February.

Aug 30, 2017
The Final Station - Oleg Sergeev

Hey! Today is one year since The Final Station release, we're going to stream walkthrough with our comments in 1 hour, here -

See you!
Aug 11, 2017
The Final Station - Oleg Sergeev

Hey everyone!

Here the new game update:

- Big performance optimizations.
- General stability improvements.
- Almost two hundred fixes in English localization (thanks to Ciruno Kid ).
- Small animation improvements.

Thanks for playing!
Oleg & Andrey.
The Final Station - Oleg Sergeev
Hey guys! "DLC The Only Traitor" soundtrack is now available on Bandcamp —

The Final Station - Oleg Sergeev

Hey guys, here the documentary about The Final Station development processes, if you interested in. We filmed in the last Devgamm with "Nadsat" team.

English subtitles included.

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