A couple months back, the fundraising folks at Humble created a massive game and ebook bundle and donated all proceeds — a whopping $6.5 million — to COVID-19 aid. Now they’re back it at with an even bigger bundle, and once again it’s 100% for charity: Pay at least $30 and you’ll get the Humble Fight for Racial Justice Bundle, which includes dozens of games, books and comics with a combined value of around $1,200.
You can actually donate any amount you want, but the minimum is $30 if you want the collection. That massive library includes an incredible 50 games, indie and commercial stuff alike, and over two dozen comics and ebooks — most of them dealing with black history, justice, inequality and similar themes.
The games can be redeemed and played on Steam; some are available for Windows, Mac and Linux, some are just Windows and Mac and a few are Windows only. The books and comics are all DRM-free and available in multiple formats.
As noted, Humble will donate your full contribution to three different charities: NAACP Legal Defense Fund, Race Forward and The Bail Project.
This is a win in so many ways. Though I already own a handful of these games and not all the comics are my cup of tea, I’ve already purchased this bundle. The cause is crucial, the deal unbeatable.
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