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Humble Bundle Gift - Infinite Universe

 

So free stuff is awesome right? Well right now, I have a bunch of free Humble Bundle copies of Infinite Universe to give away, that'll let you experience this epic mind-bending adventure through space-time for yourself on PC, Mac, Linux or Android platforms!

 

Sounds good right? Here's what you need to do then to get yourself a copy:

 

(1) Either post a comment below, tweet or share this on facebook.

(2) Send me an email or PM on twitter.

...Then I'll send you a copy to enjoy! All you'll need to do is post the link into your browser and viola! the wonders of the Infinite Universe will be yours to explore :)

 

This offer will only last for a short time and while I still have copies to give away, so be quick!

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  • Guest
    Christian Wednesday, 26 March 2014

    Hi, I am very interested in this game and would love the opportunity to try it out on PC.
    I can 't seem to register on your site, but here's my email: *(removed by Brewin)*
    Thanks!

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    John Tuesday, 06 May 2014

    I want this bundle i wanted these games for a long time my email is *(removed by Brewin)*

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    Ave Loki (devaloki) Friday, 16 May 2014

    Hi, I'm new to your blog . I've been a fan/player of gamebooks for awhile now and am currently designing my own board game and I plan to utilize combat in it similar to a mix between gamebooks and turn based rpgs like SHin Megami Tensei Nocturne. I especially found your 2d6 to hit table good:
    http://www.thebrewin.com/blog/entry/conversion-of-the-gamebook-adventures-system-to-a-2d6-system
    I'd like to try this game in your post so if you could send me a copy that'd be cool! I'll PM you.

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    Jason Monday, 25 August 2014

    This does look good. I have to wonder though whether gamebooks are due a renaissance, or is it just old-school gamers getting a nostalgia hit? As a fan, I hope that it's the former.

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