Humble Bundle Store Launches

November 11, 2013 - GamePolitics Staff

The organizers of the Humble Bundle have announced that they have launched a permanent storefront to sell games at a discount on a regular basis and support charity at the same time. The new Humble Bundle Store opens with deals on Don’t Starve, Prison Architect, Rogue Legacy, Euro Truck Simulator 2, Natural Selection II, The Swapper, Chivalry: Medieval Warfare, Orcs Must Die! 2 and Gunpoint.

The games are discounted from 50 - 75 percent off and 10 percent of proceeds are divided among EFF, Child's Play, the Red Cross, World Land Trust, and charity:water.

You can check out the Humble Bundle Store at www.humblebundle.com/store.


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Re: Humble Bundle Store Launches

And interestingly enough, some of the games are available w/o any DRM, despite also being available for Steam. Interesting idea, it appears to basically not be a true "store" per say so much as it looks like a "Daily Humble Game Deals" type setup. The deals listed above are up for 24 (it says 20 for me, so I'm guessing) hours and another batch should come up the next day.

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It's "per se".

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Re: Humble Bundle Store Launches

Obviously.  What's your point?  That I shouldn't correct mistakes unless my life is threatened by them?

edit: Why back yourself up with words when you can just downvote, amirite?

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Speaking for myself, I like it when people point out when I make a mistake (so long as they're not being dicks about it).  It gives me a chance to correct myself and sometimes even learn something.

 

Andrew Eisen

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That's my thinking, too.  Just like how I would tell someone if their fly was down or something was stuck in their teeth.  It might be embarassing for them at the time, but saying nothing means letting them continue to unwittingly make a fool of themselves.

 
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