Incredible bundle nets you £2k worth of games – and proceeds go to Ukraine


YOU can bag yourself £2,000 worth of video games with a donation to support humanitarian efforts in Ukraine.

The bundle offered by Humble Games asks you to donate at least £30 ($40) in exchange for 123 games, books and software items.

The latest Humble Bundle offers 123 games, books and software items

For that, you’ll get titles such as Max Payne 3, Metro Exodus, Sunset Overdrive, and the remastered version of the original Spyro trilogy.

Humble Bundles are collections of games sold at a price of your choosing, with a portion of the proceeds going to charity.

Typically, the rest is split between the game’s developers – but that’s not the case this time around.

According to Humble, all of the funds raised are going to Razom for Ukraine, International Rescue Committee, International Medical Corp and Direct Relief.

Humble wrote on Twitter: “The violent invasion in Ukraine is creating an urgent humanitarian crisis.

“We joined forces for a bundle of games, books & software to help victims and refugees from Ukraine.”

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With digital gear worth a whopping £1,948 ($2,572) on offer, it’s one of the most generous bundles to date.

It features the likes of Satisfactory, Back 4 Blood, The Long Dark, Kerbal Space Program, Fable Anniversary, and all three Amnesia games.

On top of that, you get books such as all six volumes of The Incal, as well as the rule books for Warhammer, Starfinder and Pathfinder.

As is always the case with bundles, this is a limited time offer, meaning you have to donate by March 25 to grab the gear.

The sheer amount of gear on offer coupled with the horrific nature of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has made the bundle particularly popular.

At the time of writing, the campaign has raised more than £8million ($10million).

Humble is not the only tech company to throw its weight behind Ukraine in recent weeks.

A number of industry giants – including TikTok and Meta, the company that owns Facebook and Instagram – have blocked their services in Russia as a result of the ongoing crisis.

All proceeds from the campaign are funding humanitarian support for Ukraine

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