By Anni Simpson on August 29, 2013 at 1:39pm
The Humble Weekly Sale promoted six games from Paradox Interactive through Steam this week.
As per usual, players can pay what they want for “Europa Universalis III Complete,” “War of Roses: Kingmaker,” “Warlock: Master of the Arcane,” “Leviathan: Warships,” “Dungeonland,” and “The Showdown Effect.” Users also gain access to DRM-free copies of each soundtrack. In addition, customers who pay more than the average will also receive copies of “Crusader Kings II” and “Magicka.”
Players can even gain access to a whopping 48 games from the developer for $125, as well as their accompanying soundtracks.
Games purchased through the Humble Bundle this week are only available as Steam keys.
Users who pay through the Humble Bundle can specify a portion of their payment be donated to one of two charities: the American Red Cross or Child’s Play. There is also an option to donate part of the payment to the Humble Bundle organization, as well.
The proceeds from the sale hit over $30,000 in the first few hours with over 11,000 copies sold. The all-time average required to unlock the two additional games started at slightly over $5, a pretty standard donation for Humble Bundles.
Humble Weekly Sale