The new Humble Bundle, called Tiny Build, offers some very interesting indie games. The list includes No Time To Explain, SpeedRunners, The Final Station, ClusterTruck, Guts & Glory, and Hello Neighbor, among others. The charity beneficiaries of the bundle are 1UpOnCancer, Stack-Up and Action Against Hunger.
Humble Tiny Build Bundle Offers Punch Club, ClusterTruck & More
We’ve written not too long ago about the
, which features eight indie games with very high Steam review scores (the bundle is still up for grabs, you have six days left). Now, it’s time for a new bundle, called Tiny Build. There are four tiers that you can unlock, depending on how much money you’re willing to spend, and we’ve listed them for you below. Humble Very Positive Bundle Pay What You Want – $1 or more Divide By Sheep Road to Ballhalla No Time To Explain Remastered SpeedRunners 10% off Humble Monthly for new subscribers No Time To Explain Remastered OST Divide By Sheep OST Beat the Average – Currently at $7.60 (around €7) Party Hard The Final Station ClusterTruck Guts and Glory (Early Access) Punch Club Deluxe Pay $15 – It’s about €13.78 The Final Station: The Only Traitor DLC Streets of Rogue (Early Access) Pay $39.99 – amounts to around €37 Pre-Order Hello Neighbor (including 64-bit Windows Alpha Access) + artbook Hello Neighbor inspired songs by Rockit Gaming
As is usual with Humble Bundles, the proceeds of the sale go to both developers and charities. The charities of choice for Tiny Build are 1UpOnCancer, Stack-Up and Action Against Hunger. Of course, you can also choose a charity of your own on top of the three selected. The total cost of the listed items is $166, but you can have it all for $40, and also help support a good cause. What’s not to like?
If you’re interested in getting the bundle, or want more information, check out the
Humble Tiny Build Bundle web page.