Humble Bundle has a two great bundles available for PC gamers at the moment.

The first is the Humble Game On Bundle. As with all bundles buyers can pay what they want and receive Worms Clan Wars, 80 Days and Her Story. Paying more than the average (which at time of writing is $5.51 or R72.40) will unlock Grim Fandango Remastered, The Stanley Parable and Broken Sword 5 – The Serpent’s Curse.

For those that have $10 (R131.40) burning a hole in their pocket, you can also unlock Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel and Day of the Tentacle Remastered. Those that beat the average will also unlock the original soundtracks for both The Stanley Parable and Broken Sword 5.

As with all Humble Bundles, buyers can choose how the price of the purchase is divided between Humble Bundle, developers and a charity. The charity this time around is UK organisation War Child which fights for the rights of children in conflict areas.

For the indie gamers

The second bundle we’re featuring – The Humble Indie Bundle 18 – is only available for six more days so you’ll have to make a decision quickly if you want to take advantage of this offer.

Paying whatever you can afford will net you Ziggurat, Windward and Steam World Heist all of which can be played with out Steam if you prefer.

Beating the current average of $7.46 (R98.02) will also unlock Kentucky Route Zero, Beholder, Goat Simulator: GOATY (which contains all the DLC for the game), A Story About My Uncle and Neon Drive.

Those that pay $13 (R170) or more will also unlock Owlboy.

Paying the ultimate price for the Indie Bundle will also net you the soundtrack for Owlboy which you can hear a sample of in the video above.

The charity chosen for the Humble Indie Bundle 18 is the Electronic Frontier Foundation and Child’s Play. Buyers can also chose a charity they wish to donate to.

There are some really great games in those bundles, I for one have been itching to get my hands on Owlboy and if I can donate to charity while getting a game I really want, now seems as good a time as any to get it.

 

Brendyn Lotz writes news, reviews, and opinion pieces for Hypertext. His interests include SMEs, innovation on the African continent, cybersecurity, blockchain, games, geek culture and YouTube.