Humble’s Indie Bundle 18 is still going strong, but they’re piling onto your Steam backlog with the launch of the Humble GameOn Bundle, which includes the likes of Grim Fandango Remastered, Her Story, The Stanley Parable, and even Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel, just for starters. As always, a portion of the proceeds…
The Steam Summer Sale is still a month away, but you can whet your appetite with Humble’s equally enormous Spring Sale.
Humble’s going back to its roots this week with its 18th Indie Bundle, and its first since last August. There’s no overriding theme here, and it’s not centered around a certain developer or type of game - it’s just great indie games that you can buy for whatever price you want.
The latest Humble Bundle puts indie developer tinyBuild front and center, with a dozen games and DLC packs available for the next two weeks.
Humble’s Very Positive Bundle is built around one core concept, and it’s a good one: Positive user reviews on Steam. All eight games here boast at least 88% positive ratings from players, so there isn’t a stinker in the bunch, even if you may not have heard of every title.
Humble’s newest bundle includes up to seven space-themed games, including Planetary Annihilation: TITANS and Galactic Civilizations II and III, but the star of the show is undoubtedly Offworld Trading Company. You’ll need to donate at least $15 to get a copy, but considering the six other games you’ll also receive,…
Humble’s newest bundle is just for Android owners, with up to eight DRM-free mobile games included. You’ll need to pay $6 to get all of the games, but you’ll get Grim Fandango Remastered and Machinarium regardless of how much you pay, and even the excellent Her Story is bundled with the $4 middle tier.
Humble Bundles are usually centered around PC games, or occasionally Android, but the Humble THQ Nordic bundle is all about the PlayStation.
Humble’s running a special sale right now on British Academy Games Award nominees, including big savings on major titles like No Man’s Sky, Hitman, and Rocket League, as well as discounts on smaller indie affairs like The Witness and That Dragon, Cancer (which will make you cry ugly tears).
Double Fine is hosting a game jam, and you can help pick what they make (and even play the finished products) by contributing to a new Humble Bundle.
The newest Humble Bundle features seven (soon to be eight) popular Steam titles, all for $10 or less. The only game in the top tier is Verdun, and further down the line, you can find gems like Jotun and Journey Down, just for starters. As always, you can name your own price, and a portion of proceeds go to the charity…
And now for something completely different, here’s a Humble Bundle with over 45 (!!) games, ebooks, and audiobooks, including hits like Stardew Valley, Mini Metro, and The Witness, all for $30 (or more if you’re generous), rather than the usual tiered donation structure.
Star Wars has a long and storied history with video game tie-ins, and a whole bunch of the best (and several of the not-best) PC titles are included in the latest Humble Bundle.
The Humble Monthly subscription plan delivers you a selection of new games (to keep!) every month, gives you 10% off everything in the Humble Store, and donates 5% of each month’s proceeds to charity, but if all that wasn’t enough to get you to sign up, how about a free copy of X-COM UFO Defense?
Humble’s latest bundle lets you pay what you want for seven of the service’s most popular games from 2016, including a copy of Rust when you beat the average donation, and Homeworld Remastered Edition if you pay $10 or more. As always, a portion of the proceeds will go to charity, so go forth and make your Steam…
The Humble Monthly subscription plan delivers you a selection of new games (to keep!) every month, gives you 10% off everything in the Humble Store, and donates 5% of each month’s proceeds to charity, but if all that wasn’t enough to get you to sign up, how about a copy of XCOM 2?
Humble’s Game Dev Software bundle is full of...software for game developers, but two of the apps are worth the purchase price for anyone.
Nobody knows software better than our friends at Lifehacker, and Humble’s making it easy to augment your PC with a name-your-own-price bundle of some of the site’s favorite Windows apps.
Humble’s new Day of the Devs bundle is a doozy, with popular titles like Grim Fandango, Broken Age, and Massive Chalice on sale for the price of your choice. Plus, if you pay $9 or more, and are attending Double Fine’s Day of the Devs event in San Francisco on Saturday, you’ll get early entry, a line-skipping fast…
The Humble GEMS Bundle just dropped with a sackful of top-rated games. Beat the average spend (currently under $4) to score six great games, including Chroma Squad and Assault Android Cactus. With over 95% “Overwhelmingly Positive” reviews each, this bundle is worth buying for those games alone.