I've played a couple games in this bundle and consider both of them to be good, if you're into puzzle-solving.
Rusty Lake: Roots - A point-and-click adventure game with lots of weird little puzzles. I think it started life as a phone or tablet game. It's a family saga that takes you from the family's beginnings, through a few generations, and up to what is almost the series' present. It's one of my top favorite entries in the Rusty Lake/Cube Escape series and works perfectly fine as a standalone. If you'd like a taste of the gameplay style, most of the games in the series are available for free - search "Cube Escape" in whatever app store you use. My favorite of the free ones is probably Cube Escape: Birthday (although, be warned, there's some sudden violence, a moment when
a shooter comes and kills the main character's whole family
). All the games have varying degrees of gross or violent moments, but the characters involved are generally pretty emotionally detached from those moments, if that helps.
Obduction - If you have the same Myst nostalgia that I have, you might already own this. I haven't finished it yet - I've gotten through two of what I think are probably three total connected worlds. It has some of the same issues as the Myst games - times when it's difficult to tell what you should be doing next or whether you're even on the right track - but it also has many of the elements that made the Myst games so good. My favorite thing so far has been the moment when I learned that the world of Obduction is actually much, much larger than it at first appears to be.