Posts Tagged Humble Bundle
SEGA Humble Bundle has Alpha Protocol, Binary Domain for $6.00
The Humble Weekly Bundle is a bit of a SEGA love-fest, and by “a bit” I mean “wow, look at all those SEGA PC games.” They include examples of offbeat excellence like Alpha Protocol and Binary Domain, as well as some critically acclaimed stuff like Company of Heroes and Rome: Total War.
Humble’s weekly sale offers Frozenbyte titles to chill with
Bundles, bundles, bundles. A marvellous way to catch up on some games that you may have missed out on, or were a bit iffy about, without spending too much cash.
Humble Bundle X has Joe Danger 2, To The Moon and more
It’s all very well calling this Humble Bundle X, but surely they should’ve saved up this tenth one for the X series of games.
AaaAAAaaa!! for the Humble Bundle
The latest Humble Bundle is ready to transport you to a magical Christmas wonderland, with… wait, no.
Free games and solid bundles arrive post-Thanksgiving
If you’re anything like me, the Thanksgiving/Black Friday sales probably resulted in you buying so much that you now feel as though you own All Of The Games.
Humble WB Games Bundle adds more games for your money
Just in case you didn’t already have enough to play, the Humble WB Games Bundle has been updated with a load more games.
Charitable: Humble Store launches with initial set of daily deals
The Humble Bundle has already stepped up from semi-regular to weekly deals in recent times, so it’s perhaps no surprise to see the team opening up an actual store of their own.
Fear the Batman: WB Games Humble Bundle is now available
As we reported slightly earlier in the day, the latest Humble Bundle features titles from Warner Bros.
Scribblenauts Facebook page leaks next Humble Bundle
Oopsy. The Scribblenauts Facebook page has been updated with an image detailing part of a forthcoming Humble Bundle and claiming you can get it now… but said Humble Bundle hasn’t actually gone live yet.
Hotheaded Humble Weekly Sale offers rain-slick spanking
Having written that title, I should point out that the chaps and chap-esses behind the Humble Bundles haven’t gone insane and create some bizarre BDSM bundle in honour of Fifty Shades of Why The Hell Do You People Read Such Badly Written Tripe, or something.
Egomania: Humble Bundle’s XXX offer from space
There isn’t exactly a great deal of variety in this weekly Humble Bundle offer, but if you like space sims (and the X series from Egosoft in particular) that probably won’t bother you one bit.
Focused: Upcoming Humble Bundle will compile Focus Home Interactive titles
A new pair of Steam database entries going by the names “Focus Humble Bundle 1″ and “Focus Humble Bundle 1 Beat The Average” give every indication that an upcoming Bundle will compile various titles published by Focus Home Interactive.
Humble Bundle fire sale: early reports say it’s Arcen
This week’s Humble Weekly Bundle features the Arcen Games catalogue, so if you’ve been missing out on AI War before now this would be a good time to put that right.
Red Alert! The Humble Origin Bundle adds more games
Gasp! EA have added two more games to their already rather generous Humble Origin Bundle, both of which can be acquired by paying more than the average ($4.84, right now).
Dead (Space) Giveaway: EA’s Humble Bundle is all for charity
Humble Bundle is doing another major label giveaway, this time in conjunction with everybody’s favourite publisher EA.
Even less humble: Humble Bundle adds Metro 2033, Risen, Sacred Citadel
Last week’s inaccurately-named Humble Bundle has expanded further, adding Metro 2033, Risen, and Sacred Citadel to the list of Stuff You Can Get For Cheap.
Not so humble: Latest Humble Bundle offers Dead Island, Saints Row 3, Risen 2
I remember when the Humble Bundles were called Humble Indie Bundles.
Spiderweb Software spins a Humble Weekly deal
Spiderweb Software, the Seattle-based developers of resolutely traditional isometric(ish) RPGs, have teamed up with Humble Bundle for a weekly deal.
Latest weekly Humble Bundle turns Telltale into selltale
PC gaming is so astonishingly cheap at the moment that I’m anticipating a point in time where the latest titles are just given away in boxes of cereal.