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Humble Origin Bundle shows EA at its humblest, all for charity

August 15th, 2013 by


Introducing the Humble Origin Bundle, chock full of Electronic Arts games sure to pique your interest.

Here’s the line-up for donations over a dollar:

  • Burnout Paradise: The Ultimate Box
  • Crysis 2: Maximum Edition
  • Dead Space
  • Dead Space 3
  • Medal of Honor
  • Mirror’s Edge

Not too shabby, though a majority of which is fairly dated. Donate more than the average, which sits at $4.74 as of this writing, and you’ll also pick up Battlefield 3 and The Sims 3 with a boatload of DLC.

Unfortunately, not every game comes with a Steam key. You’ll have to interact with Origin for Battlefield 3, Dead Space 3, and The Sims 3. Is that what the “Rule of Three” is?

You may be thinking to yourself, “Self, EA is a big money-grubbing corporation drinking from golden chalices and riding into work on their own private unicorns. I’m not going to add to the problem. Indies rule! Down with the machine!” Well, chillax, hombre. EA’s coughing up the proceeds of this sale to five charity organizations.

So, even if you’re not just looking for mainstream gaming on the cheap, you’re doing a little good for charity.

Go pick it up at the Humble Bundle site, you do-gooder, you.

Humble Bundle with Android 5 is here, contains Super Hexagon

March 5th, 2013 by

humble_bundle_droid_5I don’t know about you, but I love gaming on the cheap. Indie games scratch the gaming itch just enough that I’ve pretty much become a mobile-only gamer.

Enter Humble Bundle with Android 5. In this Humble Android Bundle, pay what you want to get DRM-free games and Android-compatible APKs, and maybe push some money towards charity at the same time.

This bundle brings four games to the party: Dynamite Jack, Solar 2, Nightsky HD, and Beat Hazard Ultra. Pay more for your bundle than the average user, and you’ll net yourself Super Hexagon and Dungeon Defenders as well.

Humble Indie Bundle 7 just got humbler.

December 28th, 2012 by


The Humble Indie Bundle 7, which has less than six days left, may be the best bundle, yet. It’s my first Humble Bundle purchase, and it’s well worth the cash. Pay what you want, and you’ll get Shank 2, Closure, Snapshot, and The Binding of Isaac. You’ll also get a copy of Indie Game: The Movie, currently 92% Fresh on Rotten Tomatoes.

Three new games were just added to the Humble Indie Bundle 7, making it even more humble than before.

If you’ve already purchased the bundle and contributed more than the average price (currently a meager $6.50), make sure to go back and download Cave Story+, Offspring Fling, and The Basement Collection now. These titles join Dungeon Defenders and Legend of Grimrock in the “premium” set.

“Humble Bundle for Android” is Indy Mobile Gaming Fun

January 31st, 2012 by

It is no secret that we are big fans of the Humble Bundle series of games, and now you can have Indy-Gaming goodness on your Android-powered mobile device for those times when you are, ahem, unavailable and need something to pass the stool time. (Bringing ones laptop near sources of water is never recommended).

There are several great reasons to consider purchasing this package of games:

  • Pay What You Want
  • Playable on Android, Windows, Mac, or Linux
  • DRM-Free
  • Support Indy Game Makers (who care about quality games and not just making money)
  • If you want, a portion of your purchase can be given to charity


The line up this time consists of the following games:

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Only Two Days Left for Humble Bundle: Voxatron

November 12th, 2011 by



If you aren’t familiar with the concept of the Humble Bundle, it is a package of PC games that you basically pay-what-you-want, which if purchased separately, would cost around $35. These games come DRM-free (not plagued with draconian copyright protection scheme that hinders playability and installs questionable low-level software on your system), and are created by the innovative, hardworking people nextdoor, and not the massive corporations that churn out crap equivocal to the pop-hits of the music industry. That is to say, that these games offer something new and novel experiences that you should play because you will get deeper enjoyment from them due to unique mechanics, story, art, music, etc.

This is as close to Free (as in beer) as you can get to quality, original games that you are liberated to put on any device that you own that supports developers who are hardworking people like the guy-next-door (but not unemployed).

Hit the jump for a list of the games included in this bundle, and video…