Tag Archives: Humble Weekly Sale
Thu, Nov 21, 2013 | 22:08 GMT
If you’ve been thinking of getting into Pinball FX2, the latest Humble Weekly Sale offers a really thrifty way to build up a great collection of tables.
Fri, Nov 08, 2013 | 17:20 GMT
The latest Humble Weekly Sale features eight adventure titles from German publisher Daedalic Entertainment, including the recently released Journey of a Roach. Pay $1 and pick up: Edna & Harvey: Harvey’s New Eyes, A New Beginning – Final Cut, The Whispered World, The Chronicles of Shakespeare: Romeo & Juliette and The Chronicles of Shakespeare: A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Pay $6 or more and receive: The Dark Eye: Chains of Satinav, Deponia and Journey of a Roach as well as the soundtracks and other extras. As ever, you choose how the money is split between developer, organizers and charities.
The Daedalic Entertainment Humble Weekly Sale will run until November 14.
Fri, Oct 25, 2013 | 03:09 BST
The latest Humble Weekly Sale celebrates the fifth anniversary of indie developer Cipher Prime. Pay what you want for Splice, Fractal: Make Blooms Not War and Pulse, or cough up more than $6 to receive Cipher Prime’s most famous title Auditorium and brand new release Intake. The five games are available on a variety of platforms – Android, Linux, Mac and PC – with a mix of DRM-free and Steam key options available. As ever, you choose how the money is split between developer, organisers and charities – the Electronic Frontier Foundation and Child’s Play.
Fri, Oct 11, 2013 | 03:23 BST
Focus Home Interactive is the star of the latest Humble Weekly Sale, which packs in a wide variety of genres and developers. Pay what you want for Cities XL Platinum, Blood Bowl: Legendary Edition, Divinity 2: Developer’s Cut, R.A.W. Realms of Ancient War, Game of Thrones and Confrontation, and pony up more than $6 for Wargame: European Escalation and The Testament of Sherlock Holmes. Only Wargame: European Escalation is available for anything but PC – you can get it on Mac and Linux – and Steam keys are available for all titles. The deal includes soundtracks for Divinity II, Confrontation and The Testament of Sherlock Holmes. As ever, you decide how profits are split between publisher, organisers and charities – the Red Cross and Child’s Play. The deal is only valid for a limited time so get in quick.
Fri, Sep 27, 2013 | 02:33 BST
Kalypso is behind the latest Humble Weekly Sale, and is offering Trpico 3, Sine Mora, Skydrift and Anna – Extended Edition for anything above the sum of $1. If you care to fork out $6 or more, you’ll score Tropico 4 and Jagged Alliance: Back in Action too. All games are available for PC via Steam keys, and Anna – Extended Edition also available on Linux and Mac. As ever, you choose how to split the proceeds between the publisher and charitable causes. The Humble Bundle scheme has so far raised over $25 million for charity.
Fri, Sep 06, 2013 | 01:14 BST
The latest Humble Weekly Sale stars Arcen Games, and includes four pieces of the developer’s back catalogue for whatever you care to pay: Tidalis, A Valley Without Wind, A Valley Without Wind 2, and AI War: Fleet Command, which includes all five DLC packs. If you cough up more than $5.80, you’ll also score newer released Shattered Haven and the brain-melting Skyward Collapse along with its brand new expansion Nihon no Mura. All titles come with soundtracks, and all are cross-platform for Mac and PC. As ever, proceeds are split at your discretion between developer, charity and organisers.
Fri, Aug 30, 2013 | 01:44 BST
The latest Humble Weekly Bundle comes courtesy of Swedish publisher Paradox. It packs in Europa Universalis 3 Complete, War of the Roses: Kingmaker, Warlock: Master of the Arcane, Leviathan: Warships, Dungeonland and The Showdown Effect, and if you pay more than average you’ll also get Crusader Kings 2 and Magicka. Although it has a reputation as a hardcore PC company, a couple of the games are available on Mac, and there’s even one Linux title. Pay what you want, but if you fork out $125 or more you’ll get 48 games and 20 soundtracks total; quite the bargain.
Thu, Aug 15, 2013 | 23:39 BST
While the Humble EA Bundle sales have slowed a bit (as you’d expect it to at 937k bundles sold), now is a good time to point out that a new Humble Weekly is up, and it includes Botanicula, McPixel, The Showdown Effect and Thomas Was Alone, along With Amnesia: The Dark Descent if you pay above the average, which has been under $3 all day. Soundtracks also included, naturally, and the charity of the week is Water.
Thu, Jul 25, 2013 | 22:49 BST
The latest Humble Weekly Sale is a collection of titles from Positech Games.
Fri, Jul 12, 2013 | 00:14 BST
Spiderweb Software is turning 20 years old, and has teamed up with the Humble Bundle to celebrate in true style – offering a huge stack of games on the mega-cheap.
Fri, Jul 05, 2013 | 01:33 BST
This week’s Humble Weekly Sale includes some slightly confusing bonus content, so let’s go through the break rather than test my sentence-squashing powers.
Fri, Jun 28, 2013 | 10:15 BST
Klei Entertainment has launched a humble weekly sale for both of its Shank games and Eets. It’s the same format as the Humble Bundle, operating on a ‘pay what you want’ basis.
Fri, Jun 21, 2013 | 02:23 BST
Award-wining platformer Rochard is the focus of this week’s Humble Weekly Sale. The pay what you want bundle includes the core game, the Hard Times DLC with four new levels, the soundtrack and a digital art book. Proceeds are split between charities, the developer and the organisers at the purchaser’s discretion, and all content is available for Linux, Mac and PC. These sales only last a week so get in quick.
Thu, Jun 13, 2013 | 23:49 BST
This week’s Humble Bundle sale stars 11 bit Studios, developer of Anomaly Warzone Earth, which also happens to be the headline game. The DRM-free, cross-platform, pay-what-you-want package also includes Anomaly Warzone Earth: Mobile Campaign, Sleepwalker’s Journey, Funky Smugglers and – for those who pay more than average – a bonus copy of Anomaly Korea and a pile of digital content. As ever, you decide where you money goes – charities, indie devs, the organisers or a split between all three.
Fri, May 31, 2013 | 03:17 BST
Farewell, Alan Wake Humble Bundle (although the franchise is now available for $4 on Steam); hello this week’s successor. The TellTale Humble Weekly Sale contains a number of the licensed adventure specialist’s popular titles – Back to the Future: The Game, Sam & Max: The Devil’s Playhouse, Poker Night at the Inventory, Wallace & Gromit’s Grand Adventures, Nelson Tethers: Puzzle Agent and Hector: Badge of Carnage – all cross-platform, DRM free and available as direct downloads or via Steam for the price of whatever you feel like paying. Pony up higher than the average price – currently $4.11 – and you’ll also score the entire first season of The Walking Dead on Steam for Mac and PC (sorry, Linux fans).
Wed, May 22, 2013 | 20:33 BST
Nothing is more exciting than to open an email from Humble Bundle and see a “pay what you want” offer on Alan Wake. Don’t believe me? Click here then, and see for yourself. For the rest of the week, you can pay what you want for the Alan Wake: Collector’s Edition and Alan Wake’s American Nightmare for Windows and Steam, and it’s all for a good cause. Each includes the soundtrack and all sorts of bonus content. So far 31,139 people have purchased the bundle.
Tue, Apr 09, 2013 | 23:28 BST
The latest Humble Weekly Sale wants you to pay whatever you please for three titles from Blendo Games – Atom Zombie Smasher, Flotilla and Air Forte. Cough up a little more than the average to score Thirty Flights of Loving as well. You’ll get soundtracks for three of the games, and you can request Steam keys instead of a DRM-free version if you like. The games are all available on PC and a couple support Mac and Linux, too. As ever, profits are split between charities and participating independent developers.