PC gamers rush to buy four classic LucasArts games bundle appearing in baskets for only £1.50

PC gamers are rushing to snag a pack of four games for less than £1.50 that are utterly 90’s nostalgic.

The LucasArts Adventure Pack is perfect if you’re a fan of old-school classics.

But remember: offers like this are usually limited in time


But remember: offers like this are usually limited in timePhoto credit: Steam

The LucasArts Adventure Pack includes these four games:

  • Indiana Jones and the Fate of Atlantis (1992)
  • Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade (1989)
  • LOOM (1990)
  • The Dig (1995)

Available on all Windows and Mac computers, the games are from the studio behind Monkey Island and Star Wars Battlefront II.

Titles from the ’90s haven’t lost their charm despite the lure of the cleaner graphics found in games from the 2010s and later.

If you got stuck and gave up the game decades ago, maybe this is an opportunity to try again without sacrificing as much money.

“Here in this bundle you get four of the best adventure games ever! Ahh nice to feel young again while playing,” wrote a five-star reviewer on Steam.

“Definitely a MUST in every game library!”

Another wrote, “The LucasArts Adventure Pack features classics from a time when the genre dominated the gaming landscape in the early ’90s.”

“For some it’s a nostalgic journey, for others a piece of history. The LucasArts Adventure Pack includes four amazing experiences from the past.”

The quad of games is currently Almost 80 per cent off on Steam, from £6.99 to £1.46.

To buy them, all you have to do is create a Steam account, which shouldn’t take more than five minutes.

But remember: offers like this are usually limited in time.

PC gamers interested in the deal have until Monday 21st to claim it.

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