We’ve seen our fair share of Humble Bundle packages in the past that have offered some unheard of deals on PC, PlayStation and Nintendo games. But this one take the cake, offering more than a dozen indie classics for a very reasonable price – and helping out the good people in Puerto Rico at the same time.
The company’s latest bundle is called the Humble Bundle Care Package, and it offers a handful of PC favorites for the price of $30, which will go towards a number of charities to assist Puerto Rico with disaster relief.
The bundle features a number of noteworthy titles, including the instant classic Stardew Valley; the awesome Darkest Dungeon and the critically acclaimed Her Story, amongst several others. Here’s what all you get for the $30 donation:
- Darkest Dungeon (limited availability, so act fast!)
- Minecraft: Story Mode
- Stardew Valley
- Move Or Die (limited availability)
- Duck Game
- Her Story
- She Remembered Caterpillars
- Stronghold Legends: Steam Edition
- Pony Island
- Mighty No. 9
- The Incredible Adventures of Van Helsing
- Arma: Gold Edition
- Grey Goo
- Sorcerer King: Rivals
- Shadowrun Returns
- Primal Carnage: Extinction
- Lakeview Cabin Collection
- The Park
- Jump Stars
- Fearless Fantasy
- No Time To Explain Remastered
As you can see, there’s a lot of value within this bundle, and proceeds will go towards the American Red Cross, Doctors Without Borders, Direct Relief, Save the Children and/or GlobalGiving, whomever you decide to choose.
The bundle is only available for one week, through next week, so you’ve only got a limited amount of time to pick it up and add these games to your Steam or Mac library. But as you can see, there’s a tremendous value here, especially when you consider games like Psychonauts, Stardew Valley and Her Story. If you’ve ever wanted an opportunity to check these games out while doing a world of good to people overseas, here it is.
Head to this link to pick up the bundle and do a world of good. And, hey, look at all the virtual worlds that you get to play around in in return. That’s one heck of a trade.