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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