Let's see... Humble Bundle 6 pack ($6.00) - which I didn't want (was buying it for my son and it got tied to my account). FTL ($4.99) - Got 12 hours out of this one, but I'm probably not going back. Overrated. Lone Survivor ($3.29) - Loaded for 10 minutes, but so far I'm not impressed. Graphics look worse than I thought they would. I'll give it a real shot someday (probably). Blood Bowl Legendary Edition ($4.99) - I like football. Tried playing this for 20 minutes and was sorely confused by the rules. I'll give this a go at another time. CameraBag ($5.00) - Not a game, this photo editing software doesn't look very powerful. Meh. Bastion ($3.75) - Everyone says I need to play this game. I guess I finally will. Kerbal Space Program ($23) - I'm just scratching the surface and this is a blast. Warlock Armageddon DLC ($1.50) - I've heard it makes the game more complete. Look forward to trying it. Sid Meier's Alpha Centuari ($2.99) - I've given it an hour or two. Sometimes you just can't go home again (and I gave it a precious Gold Medal for GamesDomain). Darkest Hour: A Hearts of Iron Game ($3.99) - We'll see. Dark Souls ($17.99) - With a controller on the way, I couldn't resist. That's about $80 for the lot. I may get that much enjoyment just out of Kerbal Space Program. I resisted getting Silent Hunter III - I want it, but the 35% sale seemed a bit cheap. That saves me only a couple of bucks and since I have all these other games I'll just wait until one day when I'm starved for a new game. Same goes for the Skyrim DLC, Torchlight II and a few other things.