The newest Humble Bundle offers eight games that have “very positive” reviews on Steam. The games featured include They Bleed Pixels, Stephen’s Sausage Roll, Crashlands, Hacknet and others. The sale lasts until May 15th, and the charity beneficiaries are St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, SpecialEffect, and a charity of your choice.
There’s a new Humble Bundle that you can check out. The Humble Very Positive Bundle, as the name implies, offers a selection of eight games that have a “very positive” user rating score on Steam. The full price of the games in the bundle is about $130, but you can get them all for $10+. Some of the games included are DRM-free, and available for Windows, Mac and Linux. There are several tiers, depending on how much you pay, and we’ve listed them below.
If you pay the one dollar minimum (aka Pay What You Want), you’ll get Super Mega Baseball: Extra Innings, The Deadly Tower Of Monsters: Special Edition, and They Bleed Pixels, as well as 10% off Humble Monthly for new subscribers and The Deadly Tower of Monsters soundtrack. The Beat the Average tier (currently a little over six bucks, or 5.65 euros) will get you Crashlands, Hacknet, UnderRail and the UnderRail soundtrack. Finally, if you pay ten dollars (a little over nine euros), you’ll also get Stephen’s Sausage Roll and Curious Expedition.
As of writing this article, there are 13 days and a couple of hours left in the sale. By my expert calculations, that means it’ll end on May 15th. You get to choose how your money is split between the developers and charities. The charities this time around are St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, the gaming charity SpecialEffect, and a charity of your own choosing. So, if you’re interested, head over to Humble Very Positive Bundle, get yourself some great games and support a worthy cause.