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Over the past decade or so, Telltale Games has delivered a number of popular adventure games including titles in the Walking Dead, Batman, and Sam & Max series.

With a number of game designers who had previously worked at LucasArts, the Telltale team is the closest thing you’re likely to find to a successor to the team that developed classics like The Secrete of Monkey Island (Telltale even made the 5th in the series).

The company’s games tend to be episodic, which means you can buy one chapter at a time or get a whole bundle, and Telltale recently announced that new seasons of Batman, The Walking Dead, and The Wolf Among Us are on the way.

But if you haven’t played through the first seasons yet? Humble Bundle’s got you covered.

Right now you can pay $1 or more to get a bundle of PC games from Telltale including Sam & Max seasons 1 and 2, Bone Episodes 1 and 2, and The Walking Dead Season 1.

Pay more and you also get additional seasons, Game of Thrones, Tales from the Borderlands, and Batman season 1. A payment of $15 unlocks everything in the bundle.

Here are some of the day’s best deals.

Digital media

PC accessories

Tablets and convertibles

You can find more bargains in our daily deals section.

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4 replies on “Deals of the Day (7-19-2017)”

  1. I was hoping that the mobile version in that bundle but only the Windows/Mac versions.

  2. FYI, you listed that Galaxy Tab S2 as being the Exynos, which would be the old model (SM-T710), but the model on sale at Best Buy is actually the Snapdragon 652 version (all other specs are the same) which is the SM-T713.

    1. Interesting. The Specifications on the Best Buy site do say Exynos, but you’re right. Samsung lists this model number as having a Snapdragon chip.

      I’m going to hedge my bets and just delete the CPU mention 🙂

      1. Yeah, I’m pretty sure they stopped selling the T710 when Samsung released the Qualcomm version. Though Office Depot had the 710 on sale awhile back for $200. Who knows lol

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