Humble Bundle Store Debut - Sale!

Humble Bundle is welcoming the Humble Bundle Store, that will feature new games every day at great prices. Check in daily for some games that will make great additions to your growing library.

Today marks the début for the Humble Bundle Store that involves many sales. The way the Humble Bundle Store is going to work is that 10% of the proceeds go to Charities, 75% goes to the Creator, and 15% goes as a Humble tip. As the store's contents will change daily, you can expect some great games to pass through that will catch your eye.

Games Currently in the Store

All of the games within the store are currently available on Steam, but they're at great prices you won't find until the holiday Steam sales:

  • Don't Starve - $7.49 (normally $14.99)
  • Rogue Legacy - $7.49 (normally $14.99)
  • Euro Truck Simulator 2 - $6.25 (normally $24.99)
  • Chivalry: Medieval Warfare - $6.25 (normally $24.99)
  • Natural Selection 2 - $6.25 (normally $24.99)
  • Orcs Must Die 2: Complete - $6.25 (normally $24.99)
  • The Swapper - $4.99 (normally $14.99)
  • Gunpoint - $4.99 (normally $9.99)
  • Prison Architect Alpha - $14.99 (normally $29.99)

I'll be keeping a close eye on the Humble Bundle Store daily in hopes of finding some great games. Humble Bundle has done a great job adding this Store to their website. They'll be able to take in more money for charities and their funding, while providing gamers with games at great affordable prices. I can't wait to see what else they'll do in the future.

Excited about the Humble Bundle Store? Comment below with what games you plan on getting today!

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An online college student studying Business Administration and International Business at SNHU. I play a lot of different games, but I prefer management ones, including Minecraft, RollerCoaster Tycoon, Borderlands, and Assassin's Creed.

Published Nov. 11th 2013
  • Samuel Franklin
    Featured Contributor
    I've followed the Humble Bundle closely and loved getting in on the first few bundles they put together. I'm impressed by how far they've come and the push to open a store maybe they can eat into Steam's market share and earn a little for charity, sounds like a good deal to me.

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