New Humble Bundle For Charitable Cheapskates: Six Games For Under $5

New Humble Bundle For Charitable Cheapskates: Six Games For Under $5

Just in time for the holidays, it’s a new Humble Bundle, where customers pay whatever they want for select games with all proceeds going to charity (or the game developers, if you prefer). The latest bundle includes six games with a retail value of $80 including Little Inferno and Anomaly 2.

The latest Humble Bundle comprises tree-chopping game Jack Lumber, the sci-fi adventure Gemini Rue, sandbox-puzzler Little Inferno and the sky-diving action game AaaaaAAaaaAAAaaAAAAaAAAAA!!! for the Awesome (the Android version is also included.) Customers who pay more than average (currently sitting at $4.00) will also receive the chess game Hero Academy and the tower siege game Anomaly 2.

All six games are DRM-free and compatible with Windows, Mac, Linux and Android devices. We think you’ll agree that’s a lot of content for the lowly price of $4 (or even lower if you’re Ebenezer Scrooge). Click here to snap the deal up.


    • When it comes to ridiculous game titles, I prefer Dudebro: My Sh*t Is F*cked Up So I Got to Shoot/Slice You II: It’s Straight-Up Dawg Time

  • Not part of the bundle but worth mentioning: Europa Universalis IV is $10 on the Humble Store atm, well worth it.

  • Haha, “charitable cheapskates”. I love the paradox there, but it’s probably the best way to describe the Humble Bundle.

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