The Humble Freedom Bundle Is Just Flat Out Ridiculous

The Humble Freedom Bundle Is Just Flat Out Ridiculous

This is incredible, not just in terms of the games available, but in terms of the commitment.

For $30 you can pick up over 45 stellar indie games worth over $600. But that’s not the end of it.

100% of this goes to the American Civil Liberties Union, the International Rescue Committee and Doctors Without Borders.

Also, the Humble team are going match the donations up to $300,000. Unreal.

But the games. Here is the insane list of games available…

2064: Read Only Memories

7 Grand Steps: What Ancients Begat

A Virus Named TOM

AI War: Fleet Command

Day of the Tentacle Remastered


Girls Like Robots


Hit Tin Roof: The Cat That Wore A Fedora Deluxe

Human Resource Machine

Invisible, Inc.

Mini Metro

Monster Loves You!

Mushroom 11

Ninja Pizza Girl

No Time to Explain Remastered

Nuclear Throne

Octodad: Dadliest Catch


Retro Game Crunch

Robot Roller-Derby Disco Dodgeball


Secrets of Rætikon

Song of the Deep



Stardew Valley



Super Hexagon

Super Meat Boy

Superbrothers: Sword & Sworcery EP

The Stanley Parable

The Swapper

The Witness

Thirty Flights of Loving

Tower of Guns


Waking Mars

World of Goo


  • Not falling for that again. Stellar list indeed, but I won’t be realistically playing any of them in the near future. Not with this backlog.

    • I own most of these already, but it’s about $40 going to a great cause.

      I reckon it’s completely worth it, even if I never play any of the games I receive.

    • No need to pay conversion charges. 28 Degrees or BankWest Zero Platinum don’t charge for international currency conversion.

    • Considering the witness is $40 us on its own and considered well worth the money its a pretty fucking good deal even without tiers

    • How so? It’s a book about the programming language called R. I don’t even see a joke or pun there.

      • I hadn’t thought about it until the comment, but perhaps it was chosen deliberately for its title … as a subtle jibe; Racism in a Nutshell?

        It seemed odd to pick a book about the R programming language. It seems pretty obscure.

        • It’s a very, very popular language. You use it to make statistical analyses, not software or games, so it’s a bit more niche than python or C++ but there are many people out there who’ll find this super useful.

      • It’s a language used for data mining, I thought that was an interesting inclusion in a freedom themed bundle.

  • considering on steam the witness is usually $39.99 usd and stardew valley is $14.99 usd, I can calculate using complex formulas that I may save money. If you haven’t played either of these or are thinking of playing them one day I’d get on this. Also Standley parable and swapper are brilliant

    • You have to play them to save money… else its a write off.

      Humble curse you for so many cheap games I never play.

      • haha yeah this is true. you just have to work out how many games you need to play to get your money’s worth and be content with that. And maybe hope the games you didn’t play get awesome sequels with discounts for owning the first

  • I’ve already got a lot of these games, most i haven’t even played. I’m only just getting through my PS4 backlog at the moment. I think the humble bundle appeal has disappeared because I haven’t played a lot of the games

  • Jakub Dvorsky was spruiking this, so it seems quite likely the new Samarost might be making an appearance in the “More to Come”

  • Shame they’re not all DRM free. Tempting though, there’s a few things in there I haven’t got yet and am interested in. Though also a whole bunch I probably have from other bundles already. Also yeah the backlog thing. Hm.

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