Collection valued at nearly $1,900 also includes source code and games made using the tool

Latest Humble Bundle throws in GameMaker: Studio Pro and modules

Humble Bundle is once again aiming at wannabe devs with a collection of software based around Yoyo Games’ GameMaker engine.

Creators can pay what they want for the Professional version of GameMaker: Studio, which includes support for monetisation and other extra services.

Three games made using the tool are also in the bottom-tier offering: Uncanny Valley; Cook, Serve, Delicious; and INK. A further four titles include their full source code: Extreme Burger Defense, Freeway Mutant, Shep Hard and Angry Chicken: Egg Madness.

Those who opt to pay more than the average price, which is currently sat at just under £9, will also get the HTML5 module for GameMaker and a further four games: Home, Solstice, Galactic Missile Defense and 10 Second Ninja X, with the latter two including source code. The source code for the remaining games in the entry tier is also added to the bundle.

Above $15 (£11.23), further modules for Android, iOS and Microsoft’s Universal Windows Platform (UWP) join the collection, plus source code for Solstice and Home, and the full game, source code and UWP package for Flop Rocket.

All in all, Humble reckons the set is worth almost $1,900. The deal ends on September 20th.

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