By now, there’s almost no way that you’re reading this website and don’t know how Humble Bundles work. That said, if you happen to be a newcomer, here’s what you should know: Humble Bundles are a ‘pay what you want’ affair where the more you decide to spend, the more you’ll get. In addition to that, a portion of the proceeds (that you control using the little sliders at the bottom of the page) go to charity.
The latest Humble Bundle on offer, as of today, is the Humble ‘Hooked on Multiplayer’ Bundle 2018, which offers a batch of – you guessed it – multiplayer-focused titles for a price of your choosing.
As for the bundle itself, here’s what you’ll be getting for your money:
Pay $1 or more
- Stick Fight: The Game
- Rampage Knights
Pay more than the average
- Duck Game
Pay $14 (about £10.36 or more)
- Rocket League
You’ve no doubt heard of Rocket League by now – and probably own at least one copy – but if you’ve yet to try out Duck Game and have a bunch of friends who enjoy some local multiplayer, it’s one of the more fun experiences on the market at the moment, at least in my opinion. It’s also worth noting that Hover is the Jet Set Radio-influenced open-world skater featuring music from Hideki Naganuma, the composer of the original Jet Set Radio games.
Elsewhere on the web, Amazon’s having a 50 per cent off sale on some digital movies, including Blade Runner 2049, Call Me By Your Name, The Disaster Artist and a whole batch of others. It’s even got the dodgy remake of Flatliners starring Ellen Page, if you fancy it.
Over at Jelly Deals, on the other hand, you can find buyer’s guides to the best Avengers Infinity War merchandise, the best external hard drive for PS4, and a whole lot more.