Humble have a Stand with Ukraine Bundle with 100% going to charity

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Humble Bundle has jumped in to help Ukraine now too, with a pretty amazing bundle full of games and 100% goes to charity. Launched late last night, it's already hit over $3 million.

The violent and unlawful invasion in Ukraine is taking a tragic toll—displacing people, devastating families, and creating an urgent need for food, water, supplies, shelter, and safety. To help out how we can, we’ve joined forces with game creators, book publishers, and software makers around the globe for a bundle 100% dedicated to supporting the victims and refugees from Ukraine during this crisis.

100% of the proceeds will go to Razom for Ukraine, International Rescue Committee, International Medical Corps, and Direct Relief. Support vital humanitarian crisis relief efforts for the people of Ukraine today.

Humble Bundle

Just some of what you can find includes:

  • Amnesia: Rebirth
  • Book of Demons
  • Kerbal Space Program
  • Metro Exodus
  • Satisfactory
  • Slay the Spire
  • Spyro Reignited Trilogy
  • The Long Dark
  • Tooth and Tail
  • Wargrove

See the full bundle for more.

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kuhpunkt 19 Mar
Quoting: Anza
Quoting: TuxeeSo we have a bundle dedicated to charity and the "discussion" starts with bashing Humble Bundle and people feeling compelled to tell, why they are not donating.
Interesting.

There are other ways to donate, so being critical about Humble Bundle doesn't mean not donating at all. itch.io ended their bundle yesterday, but as always, charities accept also direct donations if you actually want to donate instead of essentially buying games (Humble Bundle being the party that is actually donating).

This is being critical for the sake of being critical and it's pretty damn sad.
Is there an easy way to see which of these games have Linux-native support, aside from manually clicking on all of them?
Salvatos 19 Mar
Quoting: AnzaThere are other ways to donate, so being critical about Humble Bundle doesn't mean not donating at all. itch.io ended their bundle yesterday, but as always, charities accept also direct donations if you actually want to donate instead of essentially buying games (Humble Bundle being the party that is actually donating).
This. I might have gotten the bundle if it had had a cheaper option and/or more games that actually interest me, but I’ve already made a direct donation to the Red Cross that was 100% matched by my government, so anything more I give to this kind of fundraiser will need to actually be appealing to me as a purchase. This one isn’t, for me, but of course it’s good that they are contributing in any way.

And since donating to charity is tax-deductible (where I live at least), I can essentially give more support for the same personal cost by using traditional channels rather than this kind of campaign, so I have no qualms considering this bundle as a product and personal purchase first and foremost. If my chief concern were to contribute to the cause as much as I can, I would look elsewhere.

So bottom line, I’m glad that companies are making this kind of bundle to entice people who wouldn’t straight up donate otherwise, but I agree that a $50 minimum is going to turn off a lot of folks right off the bat. Multiple tiers would have been nice.
Mambo 19 Mar
Quoting: RandomizedKirbyTree47Is there an easy way to see which of these games have Linux-native support, aside from manually clicking on all of them?

Yes, now that the bundle is on ITAD (is there any deal)


Last edited by Mambo on 19 March 2022 at 4:40 pm UTC
slaapliedje 19 Mar
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Quoting: syxbit
Quoting: fenglengshunKinda wanted to donate at first, then I saw that starting amount is $40 and it has less everything in terms of quantity and things that interest me compared to itch's, which I've already paid for. Much as I want to donate, I'll have to skip - that minimal amount is too much for me and even if I earmarked next month's discretionary spending, I can't really justify it with that kind of contents (mainly because itch's was just much better).

They really are a shell of their former self at this point. Even with this big of a bundle and for 100% charity, it's just... mediocre for what they're asking.

1, it's for charity, and 2, even if the games are worse, many would prefer steam keys.
I get my Steam Deck on Monday, so the steam keys are worth far more than any other PC key or even DRM-free download.
Jealous! Mine is slotted in the Q2 range.

Ha, some are complaining about the minimum. I spent enough that they said they had to personally verify it... and I basically have probably 80-90% of the games already.

I also already got the itch.io bundle. But the quality of games on there are quite a bit lower than the ones on the humble bundle. A lot were random RPGs, I'll have to trudge through those to see if any are good at some point.

But most importantly, this is for helping people out!
slaapliedje 19 Mar
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As of right now it's at 5.7 million! Very nice!
Salvatos 19 Mar
Quoting: slaapliedjeHa, some are complaining about the minimum. I spent enough that they said they had to personally verify it... and I basically have probably 80-90% of the games already.
Ha! Peasants, am I right? I paid so much they named an orphanage after me... and I don’t even play video games.

it's a very great bundle, i bought it today. I had bought the itch Bundle for Ukraine last week and now, i bought the bundle on Humble too. too much really great games for less money and also donating for Ukraine. i love it!


Last edited by AndroidNougat7 on 19 March 2022 at 7:56 pm UTC
nenoro 19 Mar
1. How many of us own a 3D printer ?
2. rpg maker VX yeah i own the VX Ace
3 PDF suite key.... online pdf, adobe pdf exist
4. lot of were given for free
5. Max Payne rockstar key yeah big nope
6. Back 4 Blood region locked depending where you buy it
7. a dlc for a free game yeah sure why not they just did a fanatical
8. 2 games for gog... nope

I was tempted at first but then realized i don't buy to stop a war and i don't satisfy ukrainians and russians gamers cause they can't buy this bundle.

And my steam library is mad at me if i buy more.
Nod 19 Mar
Decided to grab this to support Ukrainian humanitarian relief efforts before looking at the games it contained. After purchase I was very pleased with the game selection. I got the itch one as well but I doubt I'll ever get round to installing any itch games. Pretty happy to see my money go directly to a diverse set of relief organizations that I would never have donated to directly.

  • Razom for Ukraine

  • International Rescue Committee (IRC)

  • International Medical Corps

  • Direct Relief.

  • International Medical Corps

  • Voices of Children
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