With the real world crumbling around us, what better time to switch on your PC and play countless hours of co-op Civilization V? The latest Humble Bundle package lets you buy Civ 5 in all its ilks for a lowly sum.
The latest bundle on Humble Bundle is a bit different than previous affairs. While most bundles allow the buyer to mix their contributions up between a charity, the developers, and the store itself with a pay what you want transaction; the latest one is different. Instead all proceeds will go towards the following charities: The ACLU, Doctors without Borders, or The International Rescue Committee.
While it had a number of issues at launch, and even after, Assassin's Creed Unity was still a pretty fun co-op title. Getting a group of friends together to plot and execute a stealthy assassination (before it all inevitably turns into a Benny Hill skit) is the best way to enjoy that game. The latest Humble Bundle lets you get in on the assassination action with that and several other AC titles all for the low, low price of $15.
If you live in the U.S., you've probably been looking forward to today for a few weeks as Monday is Labor Day, which means three-day weekend! In case you were wondering what shenanigans you might get into during the long break, the folks over at Humble Bundle have compiled a selection of Capcom games for the PlayStation 3 and 4, while Microsoft is featuring an "Activision Franchise Sale" for the Xbox 360 and Xbox One.
A select portion of the general population's favorite speed-loving hedgehog celebrated 25 years this past week, and the folks at Humble Bundle are offering up a special Sonic-themed bundle that's valid until next Tuesday, July 5.
The Humble Bundle is the type of friend that keeps on giving. Not only do you get games for as little (or as much) as you want to pay, but you also get to give to charity. As the deals are time limited, sometimes you miss out. Therefore, the likes of Ubisoft come back and offer you an encore; in this case games including Rayman Origins, Splinter Cell: Blacklist and Far Cry 3.
Ok, so Extra Life didn't quite make it to space, but it got pretty close. A small group called Stratosphere Adventures sent a balloon to the edge of space carrying a message to promote Extra Life. They captured an incredible view hoping to inspire gamers to join Extra Life or make a donation. Check out the video they put together below.
If you're a fan of the Warhammer 40k universe and have never played any of the Dawn of War games that Relic put out, you need to remedy that situation. RIGHT. NOW. I'll even make it easy for you. Here's a link to the Humble Weekly Bundle (ends at 2:00 PM Eastern on Thursday, 6/4) where you can pick up all of Relic's greatest hits for just $7. Go ahead, I'll wait.
Another Humble Weekly Bundle has rolled onto the scene bearing gifts for indie gamers around the world. Dubbed "Surprise Attack", the pack features eight games, including three with co-op, all available for a (mostly) pay-what-you-want price.
Humble Bundle's latest pay-what-you-want Weekly Bundle offers a slate of Steam-redeemable multiplayer games, including several with co-op modes.
Humble Bundle has put together a bundle of games and other goodies, and, as usual, is letting you pay what you want. A portion of your sale goes directly to Extra Life, a charity Co-Optimus has actively participated in for the past two years. Extra Life is a 24 gaming marathon that raises money for Children's Miracle Network Hospitals, who care for sick kids and premies.
Think the only games that go on sale are single player? Ha, that's what you get for thinking! The Humble Weekly Bundle has rolled out a sale that features seven indie co-op games. Not just multiplayer, but co-op multiplayer!