Publisher sale at Humble: Team17 attracts up to 85% on Worms, Yooka-Laylee and more

Team17 entered the big publisher stage as a partner of Playtonic Games and Yooka-Laylee. The 3D-Jump’n-Run, which wanted to build on the golden N64 era around Banjo-Kazooie, is also part of the now new sales at Humble Bundle. Yooka-Laylee you can get it for 7.99 euros.

But that’s certainly one of the less exciting deals in the Team17 publisher sale in the Humble Store. Most of you should already know Yooka-Laylee. Even if, in the opinion of many, the title cannot playfully tie in with its role models, at least the soundtrack is terrific. This is probably due to the fact that the two participants, Grant Kirkhope and David Wise, also composed concise music in the N64 era. The official soundtrack of the successor Yooka-Laylee and the Impossible Lair is also part of the discount campaign and is available for 5.49 euros (DRM-free for Windows).

Co-op fun, indie gems, and a pinball RPG

In addition, there are many small indie pearls such as the one that was only released in the summer Neon Abyss for 14.99 euros. In Neon Abyss, players fight their way through procedurally generated, neon-flooded dungeons in order to defy the so-called “new gods”.

There is a personal recommendation for Yoku’s Island Express. The game, known as the “Pinball RPG”, combines terrific pinball mechanics with jump’n run and exploration. For 3.99 euros you should definitely have a look at this great fun *.

Co-op fans are happy about Moving Out, Overcooked! 2 or The Escapists 2. If you like it a little quieter, come along My Time at Portia at his expense. The 3D sandbox RPG adventure is inspired by Harvest Moon, Stardew Valley and Animal Crossing. And there is so much more to discover. What is your recommendation from the Team17 sale?

Current highlights in the Humble Store

In case you missed it, two other great promotions at Humble. You can currently buy Octopath Traveler, NieR: Automata Game of the YorHA Edition or Trials of Mana cheaply at another publisher sale. Of course, we’re talking about Square Enix. The “Attack on Titan” bundle, which has it all, has been particularly popular in the last few days.

Images: Neon Abyss, Veewo Games, Team17


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