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Humble Bundle Offers Great Games for Great Charities


Posted on February 1st, by raymond padilla in Mobile Tech, PC Gaming, Videogames. 1 Comment

Humble Bundle is a great way to enjoy some sweet games, support some lovely indie developers, and contribute to great charities. On the game side, you get¬†Anomaly, Edge, Osmos, and World of Goo. The games are DRM-free and available on multiple platforms (Android, Linux, Mac OS, and Windows). You pay what you want for the games, which is very cool. What’s even cooler is that you can split up your payment; you can decide how much goes to the developer, the charities, and Humble Bundle.

I’d love to hear what you think of Humble Bundle. On paper, it seems like a win-win for gamers, developers, and charities. If you happen to pick up the games, please share your Humble Bundle experience.





  • Lunias

    These "bundles" are really great, and beneficial to all parties involved. Customers get many games for whatever they are willing to pay, so we get a pretty good deal. Developers get their names spread out and become more well-known, increasing the attention all of their games get (this is a big deal); and need I say that they will make money off of this? Charities will get a portion of many purchases AND they get free publicity.
    All-in-all, it's a win-win-win situation. The games are fun, too!