Humble Bundle Indie PlayStation Game Collection, Three Games For $1!
Published on January 30th, 2019 | Updated on March 27th, 2019 | By FanFest
Humble Bundle has announced their first ever mixed publisher PlayStation bundle. For as low as $1 you can get three great indie games, for around $10 you’ll be given four more games and for $15 you’ll get two additional games.
Not sure how Humble Bundle works? No worries, here is a short explanation taken from their website:
Basically, Humble Bundle partners with publishers to offer multiple tiers of products (normally video games) for a great price, which then gets split between the publishers, a charity, Humble Bundle and its partners. By default, the money will be split for you, but you can change how much goes to who. Usually, bundles start at $1 for the lowest tier, and then the second tier fluctuates based on the average donations being received, then the third tier is usually a set number and gives you access to all available products.
This month’s bundle is brought to you by multiple Indie PlayStation developers and includes several great games. Once purchased, you will receive an e-mail with download codes for all the games in your tier.
For $1 you get download codes for: Grim Fandango Remastered, The Bard’s Tale Remastered and Resnarkled and InnerSpace.
If you pay more than the average donation (currently at $9.85), you’ll receive the previous three games as well as: Layers of Fear, Wasteland 2 Director’s Cut, The Talos Principle and Broken Age.
If you pay more than $15 you get all seven previously mentioned games as well as: Killing Floor 2 and Shadow Warrior 2.
You also have the option to unlock soundtracks as bonuses for as little as $1.
If you’re a fan of indie games and helping charities, now would be a great time to donate and receive some highly acclaimed games without having to break the bank.
Which tier will you be purchasing? Are you a fan of any of the games being offered? Have you ever donated to Humble Bundle before? Let us know in the comments!
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