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September 27

Humble Bundle: Leading Ladies Bundle – 4 Games On Steam ($79 Value) | Pay What You Want!

Posted by on September 27, 2014 at 11:30 AM

Humble Bundle: Leading Ladies Bundle   4 Games On Steam ($79 Value) | Pay What You Want!

It’s safe to say that Humble Bundle has some interesting sales! For instance, today’s sale is for a bundle of 4 Steam games that feature leading ladies that retail for $79 combined - the price is whatever you want it to be. You can choose to pay next to nothing, or you can pay whatever you feel like paying. Either way, whatever you end paying will go to whoever you want it to go to – either the developers of the games, or the Girls Make Games scholarship fund. Hooray for good causes! Plus, since these games are for Steam, you’ll be able to play them on your computer shortly after downloading them!

The games that are included in this Leading Ladies Bundle are Lilly Looking Through, Ms. Splosion Man, The Cat Lady and Defender’s Quest: Valley of the Forgotten. If you pay $6 more than whatever you end up paying for this bundle, you’ll also be able to get the games Long Live The Queen and The Yawhg. For $10 more than whatever you end up paying for this Humble Bundle, you’ll also be able to download Valdis Story: Abyssal City.

These titles are new to me, but this is a deal that should have some members of the Steam community excited. After all, it’s for a good cause, and you also get to play some new games along the way! The one that’s catching my eye is Ms. Splosion Man, which looks like a pretty fun game.

There are many great Steam deals that have been coming out of the woodwork for these past few weeks, so it’s a great time to be a PC gamer! I’ve included a snippet of a review for Defender’s Quest: Valley of the Forgotten from a Steam user below:

Kinda interesting story, good sound and soundtrack and easy to hop into. Graphics are retro and are nicely done. Had lots of fun with this game, so definitely recommended!

This Leading Ladies Bundle will be on sale until October the 2nd. Happy gaming, Bargainmoosers!

(Expiry: 2nd October 2014)

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September 18

Canadian Freebie: Free Comics for 14 Days @ Humble Bundle

Posted by on September 18, 2014 at 3:30 PM

Canadian Freebie: Free Comics for 14 Days @ Humble Bundle

Here is another sweet little freebie from Humble Bundle. While the Valiant Comic Book Bundle is on at Humble Bundle, they will be offering a different free issue from the Valiant Comics library. Each day the new comic will appear at 11am PDT. Today’s free comic is Eternal Warrior #1.

Just scroll to the bottom of the page to request your free comic book. The only thing it requires is an email address and a Humble Bundle account.

Now, redemption is a little more complicated than your standard Steam game. You can choose from several different redemption methods:

  1. Look the comics into your Google Play Books library
  2. Send the comics to your Kindle or Kindle reader
  3. Download the ‘hard-file’ and get instructions on how to put it on your Android, iOS, ETC.

I went to the page where I needed to choose the format I wanted to download – and to my surprise, I found not just one but two free comics waiting for me.

Canadian Freebie: Free Comics for 14 Days @ Humble Bundle

I am not sure how that happened, but I hope it happens to all of you! As you can see, I am also getting a free copy of X-O Manowar #1. I believe that is yesterday’s free comic as this Bundle was just released then. Though these are not my type of comics, so I will not be finishing the downloads, these are fantastic freebies for anyone into comics that wants to expand their horizons. Each day you can get a new free comic and that should continue for 12 more days! In total, you should be able to score 14 free comics from this offer.

I also suggest you consider buying the Humble Valiant Bundle if you like what you read. It is over $420 worth of comics and a good portion of they are pay what you want. A portion of the proceeds goes to charity and you get a whole lot of great new comics to read.

(Expiry: 11AM PST each day for 12 more days approximately)

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September 9

Humble Bundle: The Lego Movie Videogame PC Was $30 | Now $7.49 (HOT!) (Expired)

Posted by on September 9, 2014 at 1:30 PM

Humble Bundle: The Lego Movie Videogame PC Was $30 | Now $7.49 (HOT!) (Expired)

Have you seen the Lego Movie that was released at the beginning of the year? Well… are you a fan of the Lego video games? These games are wildly popular, and have been so for a number of years. Licensed with recognizable characters such as Batman and Indiana Jones, the Lego video games are a blast to play. The Lego Movie Videogame is no exception! Now, you can take advantage of a great limited time offer from Humble Bundle, where you can download The Lego Movie Videogame for the PC for just $7.49 – it usually costs $29.99!

If you ask several people what they thought of the Lego Movie, chances are you’ll hear some mixed reviews. One thing to remember is that the film was geared towards children, and many of them seemed to love it. Merchandise flew off the shelves before the movie even came out, and at this time, you can get the Blu Ray or DVD of The Lego Movie to watch in the comfort of your own home.

In regards to the Lego Movie Videogame, casual and expert gamers should be able to enjoy this adaptation of the film. I just started playing the Lego video game series last year when I tried out Lego Marvel Superheroes for the Nintendo 3DS, and I was hooked! Since then, I’ve had some good times playing Lego Batman 2, Lego Indiana Jones, and even Lego Pirates Of The Caribbean.

The PC version of this game currently costs $29.99 on Steam, and $28.99 at Costco (you’d also need to have a Costco membership). Critics have also shared some good reviews for The Lego Movie Videogame. Listed below is a review from GRYOnline.pl:

The mechanics are well-known, there’s lots of things to do and find, but you’ll find almost no novelties – if you’ve given up on the series, you won’t come back. If you simply can’t get enough of LEGOs, then buy it. But watch the movie first – you’ll avoid spoilers.

If you want to have some fun on your computer for fewer than ten bucks, then The Lego Movie Videogame should keep you satisfied. This deal expires on September 10, so get this while it’s still available. Happy gaming, Bargainmoosers!

(Expiry: 10th September 2014)

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July 19

Rocksmith 2014 Edition (PC Game) only $14.99 @ Humble Bundle

Posted by on July 19, 2014 at 2:00 PM

Rocksmith 2014 Edition (PC Game) only $14.99 @ Humble Bundle

Over on the Humblebundle online video gaming store, right now you can pick up the PC download of Rocksmith, the 2014 Edition. This is a very popular music game and the RRP on the UBI store is $60. Get it for only $14.99 at Humble Bundle!

Rather than those video games where you use the “toy” guitar controller with the coloured buttons, Rocksmith actually uses an actual guitar in its interface, enabling you to learn to play for real.

As far as I am aware, you will also need a Rocksmith Real Tone Cable in order to hook a regular electric guitar up to your system to play this game. If you want to pick up one of these cables, you could hunt for a cheapie on eBay, or there is the likes of this one on Amazon for around $30. It’s necessary to play the game.

I’m not seeing the 2014 edition of Rocksmith at many other online stores to price compare this, but you’re looking at $34+ for a brand new copy from eBay. I think the price on Humble Bundle is great.

According to Canadianonlinegamers.com, they tell us that there are over 50 songs available to play on Rocksmith 2014.  From that list of artists, some of my favourite bands of all time would be:

  • Muse
  • Foo Fighters
  • Queen
  • Radiohead

You can actually purchase DLC on top of the original song listings too, with the likes of “The Hives – Hate To Say I Told You So” coming in at an extra $2.99 each; there are over 200 more songs to download.

Since I purchased the first Humble Bundle many years ago (May 2010?), the Humble Bundle site really has come on leaps and bounds. It’s not just the little “pay what you want” game packs any more, they’re offering great prices on major gaming franchises, such as Rocksmith and more.

(Expires 21st July 2014)

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July 6

Humble Bundle Store: Up To 80% Off Games

Posted by on July 6, 2014 at 3:30 PM

Humble Bundle Store: Up To 80% Off Games

You have heard of the Humble Bundle, but have you heard of the Humble Bundle Store? Yes, now you can purchase individual games at great prices from Humble Bundle with part of the proceeds going to charity.

Every day they will have different daily deals to save you huge amounts of money off some fun games that you need to add to your collection. The new daily deals refreshes at 1PM EST each day, so you have mornings devoted to one set of bundles and afternoons devoted to a new set of bundles.

Here are some of the bundles that just started today:

  • Rising Storm Was $19.99 | Now $4.99
  • Rogue Legacy Was $14.99 | Now $3.74
  • Shadowrun: Dragonfall Was $14.99 | Now $5.99 (Requires the base game Shadowrun Returns in order to play)
  • Game Dev Tycoon Was $9.99 | Now $3.99

You can also pre-order certain games at a discount like Gods Will Be Watching, which will be priced at $9.99 and is now on pre-order for $8.99. There are also some games that you get early access to through Humble Bundle.

Make good use of the panel to your left hand side to sort games by platform and DRM. Choose between Windows, Linux, Apple and Android compatible games. You can play your games through Steam, Uplay, or receive many games DRM-free for those against the organized system.

I like the Humble Bundle store for just this reason: buying games cheaper than they are on the Uplay or Steam store and then redeeming them on those stores. For example: Steam is selling Rising Storm for $19.99, but you can buy it at Humble for 75% off and just redeem it at Steam. It is the same with Rogue Legacy, Steam currently has the game for full price, so just buy it at Humble Bundle and redeem it on Steam if you use it as your game engine. Rogue Legacy is also available on Windows, Linux, Apple, and can come DRM free.

If you are into gaming, I suggest bookmarking the Humble Bundle store along with Steam and your other favourite websites to get the best deals. Always cross-compare any game you are buying to make sure it is not cheaper at the other site. All prices are in USD.

As a final note, the Humble Bundle store is different from Steam, Uplay, etc in a big way. For every game purchased, 10% goes to charity, 75% goes to the creator and 15% goes to Humble Bundle.

(Expiry: varies)

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June 5

Humble Bundle: Pay What You Want For Games, Software & Books

Posted by on June 5, 2014 at 7:30 PM

Humble Bundle: Pay What You Want For Games, Software & Books

Most of you have heard of the Humble Bundle: it is a bundle of games that you “pay what you want” for. Usually the base tier you can throw as little as $1 at and get several games. There is also at-least another tier above that, that gets unlocked when you donate certain amounts of money. Usually the minimums are ridiculously low and you are getting way beyond what you paid for.

What makes the Humble Bundle great beyond a deal-hunter’s perspective is that part of the money goes to the developers and part goes to charity. When you buy your Humble Bundle, you get to choose what the split is. Do you want all your money going to charity? How about a 50/50 split?

Now, you may be saying I totally know all of this already so why are we revisiting this? I am here to tell you that the humble Humble Bundle has expanded. No longer is it just a simple bundle of games you can pick up on the cheap, there is now three separate humble bundles you can acquire at the same time.

The Humble Bundle

This is the original Humble Bundle: a two-tier bundle made up of loosely knit together games. Pay what you want for the first tier of games (minimum $1 if you want to redeem on Steam). You can unlock the second tier by paying over the current average price that people are paying for the bundle. This week you can get Symphony, Draw a Stickman: EPIC, and Galcon: Legends for whatever you want to throw at it. Unlock seven more games when you pay over the average donation amount (currently at $4.91). The total bundle value is $164.

The Humble Weekly Bundle

The Humble Weekly Bundle operates on a three-tier system most the time and is themed by country, title, developer, theme, etc. This week’s theme is German developers. The base tier is pay what you want, the second tier is either pay more than the current average price or can be pay more than a set price. The third tier is always a set price. This week you will get seven games when you pay whatever you want, an extra three games when you pay above the current going rate 9currently $3.65), and the top tier games are unlocked when you pay $9 or more. The total bundle value is $174.

The Humble Book Bundle

The Humble Book Bundle is a new development. It is just like the weekly bundle, just with books. For avid book lovers, this bundle is a god-sent. Currently you can pay what you want for three books, get another eight books when you pay the going rate or higher (currently $9.68) and then you unlock the upper tier two books when you pay $10 or more. I have to say Lovecraft’s Monsters: Anthology looks tempting. The total bundle value is $76.

(Expiry: varies)

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May 17

Humble Daily Bundle: Pay What You Want For 14 Days of Bundles

Posted by on May 17, 2014 at 11:00 PM

Humble Daily Bundle: Pay What You Want For 14 Days of Bundles

Humble Bundle is running a special promotion called the Humble Daily Bundle with 14 days of bundles. We are currently on day five of this two week extravaganza.

So here is the low-down on how the Humble Daily Bundle works. First off, you can pay ANY amount (like 1 cent) and get five games each day for that amount. Today’s five games are:

  • Superfrog HD
  • Worms Blast
  • Worms Crazy Golf
  • Worms Pinball
  • Worms Ultimate Mayhem

If you pay more than $6, you will also unlock:

  • Worms Armageddon

If you pay more than $10, you will also unlock:

  • Worms Clan Wars
  • Worms Revolution Gold
  • Alien Breed: Impact
  • Alien Breed 2: Assault
  • Alien Breed 3: Descent

All of the games in this daily bundle are available on Steam for Windows, with select titles available for Mac and Linux. Now, ALL these games will change over at 2PM EST tomorrow. Then a brand new batch of games will be available. This will keep happening until the 26th of May. So if you don’t like these games, just wait till tomorrow and check out the new games.

Humble Bundle raises money for the American Red Cross and Children’s Play charity. As a contributor, you can say how much of your money goes to charity and how much goes to the guys who make these games.

(Expiry: As above)

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February 4

Humble Bundle: Sid Meier Civilization Edition

Posted by on February 4, 2014 at 7:00 PM

Humble Bundle: Sid Meier Civilization Edition

We have posted about the Humble Bundles before: pay what you want for fantastic games and you can decide how much money goes to charity. 2K has teamed up with the Humble Bundle to offer Civilization on a pay what you want basis with certain versions unlocked at certain donation amounts.

Starting at only $0.01 you will receive all of the following:

  • Sid Meier’s Civilization III Complete
  • Sid Meier’s Civilization IV: The Complete Edition
  • Sid Meier’s Ace Patrol
  • Sid Meier’s Ace Patrol: Pacific Skies
  • Sid Meier’s Railroads

If you want the games on Steam for Windows then you must pay a minimum of $1. If you pay more than the average price (currently $5.63) you will also receive:

  • Sid Meier’s Civilization V
  • Sid Meier’s Civilization V: Gods and Kings DLC.

Pay $15 or more in total and you will also receive Sid Meier’s Civilization V: Brave New World DLC.

This bundle has an overall value of $144 and you can get the entire thing for just $15, or the smaller bundles for less. This is a fantastic deal and if I didn’t already own most of this I would do it in a heartbeat.

The charity this is supporting is called Action Against Hunger which is a global humanitarian organization committed to ending world hunger. It is a very worthy cause!

All prices in USD.

(Expiry: 18th February 2014)

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November 17

Humble Bundle: Pay What You Want For Warner Brother Games Including Batman: Arkham Series

Posted by on November 17, 2013 at 2:30 PM

Humble Bundle: Pay What You Want For Warner Brother Games Including Batman: Arkham Series Punch a savaging monkey-weasel in the face and get your filthy meat hooks into this amazing deal from The Humble Bundle!

The Humble Bundle is so named because, and follow me here, it is a bundle of games whose reason for being is humble. It’s humble in the sense that The Humble Bundle people aren’t doing this to make money off of their mad skills at rounding up game developers. No, The Humble Bundle people do this for charity. The way this works is that you pay whatever you want for a few games and split the amount between the game developer (in this case WB) a charity (‘We Can Be Heroes’ is the charity for this deal) and The Humble Bundle people. If you pay more than the average amount paid you get extra games. In this case there are a lot of extra games and a lot of really, really awesome extra games. The average donation is $4.75 at the time of this writing, so you get all these games for less than $5. It’s amazing. The games you get no matter what you pay are:

  • Batman: Arkham Asylum GOTY
  • F.E.A.R. 2: Project Origin
  • F.E.A.R. 3
  • Lord of the Rings: War in the North

If that isn’t enough, you can break out your wallet, take out those maaaad stacks of cash, drop a digital fiver on the table and walk away with eight more games:

  • Scibblenauts Unlimited
  • Batman: Arkham City GOTY
  • F.E.A.R.
  • Mortal Kombat Arcade Kollection
  • Guardians of Middle Earth + DLC
  • Lord of the Rings Online: Steely Dawn Starter Pack
  • Gotham City Impostors: Professional Kit
  • The Millennium Skins Pack for Batman: Arkham Origins

Yeah, it’s that good. I’m picking up this one for sure. These are only available on Steam.

(Expires: 19th November 2013, 2:00PM ET)

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June 25

HumbleBundle: Pay What You Want For 7 DRM-Free, Cross-Platform + Android Video Games & Help Charity

Posted by on June 25, 2013 at 9:00 PM

HumbleBundle: Pay What You Want For 7 DRM Free, Cross Platform + Android Video Games & Help Charity

Help charity and get awesome games? How could it get better? Oh yeah, you can pay whatever you want!

The title of this post is a little misleading just for the sake of brevity. One of the games, Pulse: Volume One, is Android-only and two of the games, Broken Sword: Director’s Cut and Frozen Synapse have a minimum price you have to hit before you get them, but I’ll explain that after I tell you what games you’re gonna get!

  • Aquaria
  • Fractal
  • Organ Trail: Director’s Cut
  • Stealth Bastard Deluxe
  • Pulse
Bonus games:
  • Frozen Synapse
  • Broken Sword: Director’s Cut

The way this works is that you literally pay whatever you want: $3, $1, anything, and you’ll get the first five games listed up there. If you pay over the average which, as of the writing of this article, is under $5, you unlock the other two games.

The really cool part about The Humble Bundle is the humble part. When you buy the games, you can split your donation between the fine folks who put on The Humble Bundle, the developers of the games and two charities. You can split it any way you want. You can do 65% to Child’s Play, 10% to the EFF, 15% split evenly between all the game devs and 10% to The Humble Bundle people. Any split you want. Very cool.

What split are you going to give? Let me know in the comments below! (Thanks to Nick)

(Expires: 2nd July 2013)

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June 5

The Humble Indie Bundle: Pay What You Want. Support Charity. Get Cross-Platform, DRM-Free Games

Posted by on June 5, 2013 at 11:00 AM

The Humble Indie Bundle: Pay What You Want. Support Charity. Get Cross Platform, DRM Free Games

If you aren’t down with the Humble Bundle, you aren’t down with awesome.

BOOM! Another Humble Bundle! These guys. Oh, these guys! They are rocking the bundles out. This is the eighth Humble Indie Bundle. If you aren’t familiar with the Humble Bundle I’ll explain. This specific bundle has five games (with soundtracks) available for whatever you want to pay. That’s right. Pay $1 or $1000. Whatever you want. The kicker here is that if you pay more than the average, you get six more games and five more soundtracks! Right now the average is about $5.75. So for under $6 you can get eleven games and ten soundtracks. The average will change as people buy, of course. These are digital downloads, DRM-Free and Cross-Platform.

  • Little Inferno
  • Awesomenauts + Exclusive Chicken Skin
  • Capsized
  • Thomas was Alone
  • Dear Esther

If you pay over the average you get the following:

  • Hotline Miami
  • Proteus
  • Tiny and Big in Grandpa’s Leftovers
  • Intrusion 2
  • English Country Tune
  • Oil Rush
  • Five More Soundtracks

The real beauty with the Humble Bundle is that you choose where the money goes to. You can put all your money to the developers, the charities or the people who put on the Humble Bundle. But it goes even deeper. Do you hate the EFF but love Child’s Play? Give all your money to them! Want to give 75% of your money to the people who make Dear Esther and 25% to the Oil Rush people, go for it! Give whatever you want to whoever you want!

(Expiry: 11th June 2013, 7:00PM ET)

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May 8

The Humble Bundle: Support Charity & Pay What You Want for 3 Games From Double Fine + More!

Posted by on May 8, 2013 at 12:30 PM

The Humble Bundle: Support Charity & Pay What You Want for 3 Games From Double Fine + More!

Double Fine and The Humble Bundle are teaming up to bring you some awesome games for an awesome cause!

So the whole deal with the humble bundle is that you pay whatever you want for a base of products. In this case you can pay whatever you want for three games. The games are all by Double Fine and Costume Quest, Psychonauts and Stacking. But that’s not all! If you pay more than the average donation which, at the time of this writing, is around $8, you get another game! The bonus game is Brutal Legend. Now this particular bundle has some other cool stuff to it. Double Fine has been working on a game called Broken Age (formerly Double Fine Adventure) that they did a Kickstarter for. The Kickstarter is over but you can still get in on the Kickstarter rewards (pre-order, documentary, etc…) if you pay over $35 for this Humble Bundle. You’ll also get all the games. And there is an even higher level! If you pay over $70 you get all the previous level plug a Double Fine shirt.

Now the humble bundle isn’t just a great way to get great games for Linux, Windows or Mac. No, it’s not just a place to get a bunch of awesome perks for supporting Broken Age. It’s not even just a fantastic place to get a super cool shirt. It’s all that AND a way to support charity! Basically you choose where your money goes. Want to give it all to charity? Awesome. Which charity? 50% to the EFF and 50% to Child’s Play? Sure. Want to give 50% of your purchase to Child’s Play, 25% to Double Fine and 25% to the people who put together The Humble Bundle? You can do that too. give it all the the Humble Bundle people? Yep. Whatever split you want!

(Expires: 21st May 2013, 6:00PM)

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December 30

HumbleBundle.com: Pay What You Want for 9 DRM-Free Cross-Platform Games, a Movie & Soundtacks! (& Help Charity, Too!)

Posted by on December 30, 2012 at 12:00 PM

HumbleBundle.com: Pay What You Want for 9 DRM Free Cross Platform Games, a Movie & Soundtacks! (& Help Charity, Too!)The Humble Bundle people are doing it again! You get games, a movie and soundtracks, you help charity and you pay whatever you want. There is nothing better than that.

I feel like people don’t believe me when I say you pay whatever you want. Or maybe they just don’t believe that the games are any good. Well, both of these are true. You can pay whatever you want. If you want to pay a dollar, pay a dollar. If you want to pay $500, pay $500. And the games are awesome. They are indy games that run without DRM on Windows, Mac or Linux. This specific bundle would cost you about $170 regularly.

The games available are:

  • The Binding of Isaac (and its DLC, Wrath of the Lamb)
  • Closure
  • Shank 2
  • Snapshot
  • Indie Game: The Movie!

But the real deal is when you pay more than the average price; You get five additional games. As this is posted the average price is under $6.75. The extra games are:

  • The Basement Collection
  • Cave Story+
  • Offspring Fling
  • Dungeon Defenders (and its DLC)
  • Legend of Grimrock

On top of this, a bunch of games come with soundtracks. You need more? I’ll give you more. Pay over $1 and get the steam codes for the games.

How about this: You can choose where your money goes: 15% to charity, 75% to developers and 10% to the Humble Bundle people? Sure, why not? Want to break up that 75% and give 50% of your 75% to the people who made “The Binding of Isaac”? You can do it. There is nothing bad about this deal so just go out and get it. Viva la Rampant Consumerism! Huzzah!

(Expires: 3rd January 2013)
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December 4

HumbleBundle.com: Support Charity & Pay What You Want for 6 THQ Games (Windows Only)

Posted by on December 4, 2012 at 3:00 PM

HumbleBundle.com: Support Charity & Pay What You Want for 6 THQ Games (Windows Only)

HumbleBundle is offering up another sweet stack of games, this time all from THQ, and letting you pay whatever you want for them! What could be better? Supporting charity with your purchase!

Here are the games you get when you pay whatever you want. Even as low as $1!

  • Darksiders + soundtrack
  • Metro 2033
  • Red Faction: Armageddon + soundtrack
  • Company of Heroes  + two soundtracks
  • Company of Heroes: Opposing Fronts
  • Company of Heroes: Tales of Valor

If you pay above the average donation which, as of this posting, is less than $6, you get Saints Row: The Third!

I’m going to pretty much completely overlook the games here other than to say that they are all awesome. I’m pretty interested in Darksiders and Red Faction and I know some people who love Company of Heroes.

So why would I ignore the games? Because the more important thing here is that you are giving to charity. But let me back up; When you buy the Humble Bundle you can break out your payment and decide where it goes. You can give it all to the developer, all to charity or all to the Humble Bundle people. Within that you can break it up by which developer (in this specific Humble Bundle you only have THQ) and which charity (Child’s Play and Red Cross). For example I am a huge supporter of Child’s Play. I think it’s one of the best charities out there. So if I were going to buy this Humble Bundle, I would break my donations probably along the lines of 60% to charity (with all of it going to Child’s Play), 25% to the Humble Bundle people and 15% to THQ.

I have some homework for everyone reading this. Regardless of whether or not you are going to buy this, go on THQ’s Facebook page and tell them they are awesome for supporting Humble Bundle and make sure you @BargainMoose so they know who sent you! Do you do the twitter thing? @ reply THQ’s Twitter and tell them the same. Make sure you #BargainMoose. Gotta represent the ‘moose!

(Expires: 12th December 2012, 7:00PM ET)

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November 21

Humble Bundle: Pay What You Want for a Pack of Awesome Android (and PC/Mac/Linux) Games and Support Charity While You do it!

Posted by on November 21, 2012 at 3:00 PM

Humble Bundle: Pay What You Want for a Pack of Awesome Android (and PC/Mac/Linux) Games and Support Charity While You do it!

I did a humble bundle write up a while ago but that was for books and reading is for suckers. The cool kids are all playing video games. You want to be cool, don’t you?

Ok, so I didn’t put the price or number of games in the title because it takes some explaining. The humble bundle is five games and you pay whatever you want for them. $1, $50 or over $9000. For that you will get the following games for Android, Linux, PC and Mac.

But if you pay over the average price payed (which at this point is less than $7, you get six additional games for Android, Linux, PC or Mac. The games are as follows.

If that wasn’t enough you get the soundtracks to these games if there happens to be a tune you dig. You might be saying “a game song, really?” but these aren’t your little 99 cent farming games. These are real games. They are big and have great soundtracks and graphics.

So what in the world could ever be better than this deal? Well, the whole thing is to raise money for charity. The charities this time around are the EFF and Child’s Play. Which brings me to another awesome aspect of this deal. You can choose where to money goes. If you want you can put all the money to charity or all of it to the devs or all of it to the Humble Tip, which goes to the people who put on the Humble Bundle. Beyond that you can break it into which developers you want to give to or which charities. I, personally, am a big supporter of the Child’s Play charity so the charity portion of my donation will all go to Child’s Play.

(Expires: 22nd November 2012, 6:00PM ET)

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