Humble Down Under Bundle Features Nine Australian Games

The Humble Down Under Bundle is now live on the Humble Bundle store. To get the whole bundle, you need to pay only twelve dollars. All nine games in the bundle are from Australia; all of them fairly highly reviewed. The featured charity this month is SpecialEffect, but you can pick a different one, if you want.

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Humble Down Under Bundle Feature Nine Australian Games
Humble Down Under Bundle Features Nine Australian Games

The new Humble Bundle has been announced. It’s called Down Under. As the name implies, the bundle offers nine games made in Australia. The list features games like Satellite Reign, Armello, Screencheat, Hacknet, and so on. As of writing this article, there’s two weeks left to get this Humble Bundle.

So, what exactly can you get for your money? If you go for the Pay What You Want option, you’ll get four games. These are The Warlock of Firetop Mountain, Screencheat, Hand of Fate, and Satellite Reign. You’ll also get the Satellite Reign soundtrack, and 10% off Humble Monthly, if you’re a new subscriber. Pay more than the average (standing at a little over $3.50 at the time of writing), you’ll get four more games. Specifically, you’ll get Hacknet, Hacknet Labyrinths, Crawl, and Hurtworld. Finally, if you pay $12, you’ll get Armello. All of the games have really positive reviews on Steam. Their total value comes to about 160 bucks or so, and you can have them all for just $12.

The featured charity for this month is SpecialEffect, which brings video games to disabled people, “from injured soldiers to young disabled people”. This covers hospice care, hospitals, rehabilitation centers, and homes. In case this charity is not up your alley, you can choose another one from the huge Humble Bundle database. So, if any of the games above tickle your fancy, and you want to support a good cause too, head over to Humble Down Under Bundle.

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