Humble Bundle is back with its eighth Jumbo offering.
The latest Humble Bundle is a pretty good one, with some great games at pleasantly low prices.
Pay what you want over $1 for Deadelic’s Valhalla Hills, tactical RPG Legends of Eisenwald and the beautifully hand-painted and delightfully musical The Journey Down 1 & 2 Bundle.
Beat the average ($6.08 at time of writing) for Vermintide, Jotun and Turmoil. Vermintide is that Warhammer: End Times take on Left 4 Dead we like a lot, by the way, and Jotun has had a great reception. Turmoil is a new one on us, but seems to be an oil baron simulation with a rad aesthetic. You’ll also get the Turmoil soundtrack at this tier, and more games will be added soon.
The premium tier is $10 and includes Verdun, the other WWI shooter.
Not a bad packet of games for $10, and as ever, you choose how your payment is split between organisers, developers and charity. This week’s beneficiaries are the Wikimedia Foundation, AbleGamers and optionally a third fund of your choice.
All games are available on Steam, and all but Vermintide and The Journey Down 1&2 Bundle are available DRM-free options available. All except Vermintide and Legends of Eisenwald have Mac and Linux ports, too.
Well? Go take advantage.