It’s not an especially good time for a lot of reasons right now, but if you find yourself at home in self-isolation, it might be a good time to play games. And while we’ve tossed some really good deals at you recently (likeor the ), here’s the week’s deal-to-end-all-deals. Right now you can get from Humble Bundle.
This deal has three levels. For a dollar — you know, just 100 pennies — you can get four games: Sir Meier’s Pirates!, Spec Ops: The Line, The Darkness II and Carnival Games VR.
If you are willing to invest at least $12.78, you get those games plus the entire BioShock series, Sid Meier’s Civilization III, The Golf Club 2019 and NBA 2K Playgrounds 2.
And for the full $20, you get all that plus NBA 2K20, WWE 2K20, XCOM: Enemy Unknown Complete Edition, Borderlands: Game of the Year Enhanced and Borderlands: The Handsome Collection.
That’s a pretty impressive collection, and I am willing to bet that while not every title in this bundle is a winner, there’s at least one game you probably want in each tier. As always, a portion of the bundle goes to charity; in this case, the International Medical Corps via the PayPal Giving Fund.
This deal turns into a pumpkin on April 27.
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