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Post by Dan @ 10:30am 21/08/14 | 3 Comments
It's been a while since Humble Bundle has run one of its higher profile pay-what-you-want deals with bigger AAA games, but there is another good package of smaller titles up for grabs in the latest offering.

The current package boasts $210 worth of games if you paid retail, for US$15, or as little as $1 if you only want the first three:
No gamer is safe when Jumbo comes to town. Is it friend or foe? The only thing we know, it's Jumbo! Pay what you want for the DRM-free version of Deadlight. Paying $1 or more gets you access to the title on Steam, as well as The Incredible Adventures of Van Helsing Complete Pack and Galactic Civilizations II: Ultimate Edition. If you pay more than the average price, you'll also get Terraria, THE KING OF FIGHTERS XIII Steam Edition and Crusader Kings II with 3 DLC Unit Packs. Those who pay $15 or more will receive all of the above, plus the Age of Empires Legacy Bundle.
Sadly, the promotional trailer is devoid of the usual humour, but is still a perfectly adequate showcase of the games on offer. Watch it below and head over to humblebundle.com for the goods.




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Meddek
Posted 01:17pm 21/8/14
Nice little bundle, I'll be paying $15 for my games today!

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zaraq
Posted 10:25am 23/8/14
Tory Belleci, Kari Byron and Grant Imahara have all been fired from MythBusters.
Mantorok
Posted 10:58am 23/8/14
Tory Belleci, Kari Byron and Grant Imahara have all been fired from MythBusters.

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