The Humble Down Under Bundle gets you a ton of Aussie indies for dirt cheap

Humble Bundle has struck again. The charity fundraising site’s latest video game bundle highlights some of Australia’s best independently made video games. The asking price? Next to nothing.

The Humble Down Under Bundle features three tiers:

Pay What You Want gets you Warlock: Firetop Mountain by Tinman Games, Hand of Fate by Defiant Development, Screencheat by Samurai Punk and Satellite Reign by 5 Lives Studios. You’ll also get the Satellite Reign soundtrack.

The $3.64 or Greater tier gets you all of the above AND Hacknet and its expansion Hacknet: Labyrinths by Team Fractal Alligator, Crawl by Powerhoof and Hurtworld by Bankroll Studios.

The $12 or Greater tier gets you everything from the previous two tiers AND a copy of League of Geeks’ celebrated CCG/RPG hybrid Armello.

Honestly, this is an incredible bundle and it’s up to you where you want your money to go and in what quantities — to charity (which this month is the incredible Special Effect who help people with disabilities play video games for recreation and physical therapy) or to the devs, both of whom deserve your consideration.

You check out the Humble Down Under Bundle for yourself right here.





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David Smith

David Smith is the games and technology editor at The AU Review. He has previously written for PC World Australia. You can find him on Twitter at @RhunWords.

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