PSA: Grab A Story About My Uncle Free Via Humble Bundle
If you're looking for a new indie puzzle game with some serious platforming elements to try out, today might just be a good day for you. For a limited time, (1 day and 19 hours as of this writing) Humble Bundle is offering free copies of Gone North Games' and Coffee Stain Publishing's A Story About My Uncle to anyone who decides to grab it.
The game seems to be fairly popular with those who've picked it up before, boasting a very positive rating on Steam. So, while it would probably be enough of a steal at it's normal price of $13, the totally free price should be something you can't turn down.
If you'd like a peek at the gameplay before heading over to the Humble page, just watch the video below.
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