A Mountain Of Games Await Players In the Sierra Humble Bundle

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A Mountain Of Games Await Players In the Sierra Humble Bundle

Summer may be rapping up, but hot deals on video games sure aren’t going out of season, and the latest Humble Bundle should keep player’s thirst for classic games quenched.

This time around the bundle is packed full of games from Sierra Entertainment, creators of some of the earliest and most influential video games. Over $200 dollars of new and classic games are available, including the Quest for Glory series, TimeShift, and the legendary King’s Quest series.

Here’s a list of what players will get based on what tier they pay for:

Pay $1 or more!

  • Space Quest Collection
  • Phantasmagoria 1-2
  • Police Quest Collection
  • Shiftlings

Pay more than the average to also unlock!

  • Arcanum: Of Steamworks and Magick Obscura
  • TimeShift
  • Quest for Glory 1-5
  • Gabriel Knight 1-3

Pay $15 or more to also unlock!

  • Caeser 3-4
  • Geometry Wars 3: Dimensions Evolved
  • King’s Quest Collection (Includes 7 classic games)
  • Velocity 2X

Pay $20 or more to also unlock!

  • King’s Quest: The Complete Collection (Includes 5 chapters + epilogue)

Sierra Entertainment was founded in 1979 by Ken and Roberta Williams, under the original name of On-Line Systems. They released their first game called Mystery House in 1980 and it became an instant success. It was the first computer adventure game to have graphics, but they were merely monochromatic lines designed to look like scenes.

They would continue to release games under the Hi-Res Adventure series (which Mystery House was the first of), and in the summer of 1984, they would release the first King’s Quest game, which would begin a landmark series. King’s Quest V would be their first game to sell over 500,000 copies.

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In 2008, Sierra’s parent company Vivendi merged with Activision to create Activision Blizzard, and ownership of Sierra was transferred to Activision. Sierra would close down later that year. In 2014, they were revived to focus on re-releasing their game and bringing back some of their old franchises.