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The Humble Heal: Covid-19 Bundle is now live with plenty of goodies

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Help charity, hopefully help save some lives and get some great games too. What's not to like about the Humble Heal: Covid-19 Bundle. This is a 100% to charity bundle so neither Humble nor partners like us make anything from it, all for a good cause.

"To help how we can, we’re doing what we do best; putting together bundles of awesome games, books, and software for you to enjoy. When you pick up the Humble Heal: Covid-19 Bundle, you’ll enjoy a variety of content and the knowledge that 100% of your purchase proceeds are going to Direct Relief, Doctors Without Borders (MSF), International Medical Corps (IMC), & GiveIndia. Help save lives with the Humble Heal: Covid-19 Bundle today."

Here's just some of what you get from it:

  • Into The Breach
  • Baba Is You
  • Undertale
  • Euro Truck Simulator 2
  • This War of Mine
  • SUPERHOT
  • Hyper Light Drifter
  • Tooth and Tail
  • Pinstripe
  • Teleglitch
  • Saints Row: The Third - The Full Package
  • Titan Quest Anniversary Edition
  • Stick Fight: The Game
  • BioShock™ Remastered
  • Portal Knights
  • Wargrove
  • The Witness
  • Death Squared
  • Crusader Kings Complete
  • Dwarfs!?
  • Dead in Bermuda
  • Bury Me, My Love

Plus there's also a bunch of ebooks, some comics and more.

There's only one tier, so you pay to unlock the whole thing for £14.43.

If you're interested see the bundle here.

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7 comments

dude 12 May, 2021
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Lots of pixels here, but Hyper Light Drifter is the best!
katp32 13 May, 2021
I jumped the gun and bought the bundle, but I have to say I'm a little disappointed that *none* of the games in the bundle are available DRM-free, all of them can only be redeemed for a Steam copy. Sad :(
nattydread 13 May, 2021
I didn't have any of those games so I bought it for a good cause.
Pit 13 May, 2021
Quoting: katp32I jumped the gun and bought the bundle, but I have to say I'm a little disappointed that *none* of the games in the bundle are available DRM-free, all of them can only be redeemed for a Steam copy. Sad :(

Thanks for the warning! Not that I'd really have expected something else :(
Protektor 14 May, 2021
Per usual it seems Humble Bundle has still lost their way even when fund raising for charity. They still don't promote DRM Free like they used to do. Sad really.
pskosinski 18 May, 2021
When Humble Bundle was promoting DRM-free games people were "meh, what are those shit games I never heard of", when they decided to include more known titles (never DRM-free) then people complained there are no good, DRM-free indies in bundles anymore. Whatever they do people complain.

For me, that's an awesome bundle. Too bad I own majority of games from that bundle.

Also, it's 100% for charity, people. Those developers simply give their games away for free, for charity.


Last edited by pskosinski on 18 May 2021 at 12:33 am UTC
Protektor 15 Jun, 2021
Quoting: pskosinskiWhen Humble Bundle was promoting DRM-free games people were "meh, what are those shit games I never heard of", when they decided to include more known titles (never DRM-free) then people complained there are no good, DRM-free indies in bundles anymore. Whatever they do people complain.

For me, that's an awesome bundle. Too bad I own majority of games from that bundle.

Also, it's 100% for charity, people. Those developers simply give their games away for free, for charity.

I never complained about that. I liked seeing new indie games I never noticed before and getting Linux versions of them. Not everyone complained. Some of us liked the old way and don't like the whole just sell Steam keys that they do now.
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