Pay Whatever You Want For Two Batman Games, FEAR 2 & 3, LOTR, & Scribblenauts

Pay Whatever You Want For Two Batman Games, FEAR 2 & 3, LOTR, & Scribblenauts
November 06 09:06 2013 Print This Article

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Humble Bundle has come a long long way since we started writing about it a year or so ago. Since then, they’ve had some massive charity-based sales and some exceptionally irresistible games. (most of the games on our Steam library has come from it) As expected, the new Humble Warner Brothers Bundle is just as good. Offering up to 4 games for any amount of money you can essentially donate to charity (actually it can be split to charity, Humble Bundle, WB, in any ratio) and an extra 2 games if you pay more than the average amount. (Currently the average is $4.55.) What do you get with the money though? Well nothing else than F.E.A.R. 2, F.E.A.R. 3, Lord of the Rings: War in the North, and Batman: Arkham Asylum GOTY. If you pay more than the average you’ll also get Scribblenauts Unlimited and Batman: Arkham City GOTY. Hell, its worth it just to get them Batmens.

 

The bundle just started selling so as of this writing you still have about 13 days and 17 hours to go to get your bundle – and remember that its for a charitable cause so feel free to include a few extra dollars if you can. We already have F.E.A.R. 2 & 3 in our Steam library but we’ll gladly pay more than the average to get the rest of the games. Remember, the average you have to beat is only about $5 right now so even if you pay $6 that’s essentially getting 6 games for $6. (About PHP 40 per game, in local terms.)

 

You can check out the Humble WB Bundle here or even their Humble Weekly Bundle here. Being charitable and playing games at the same time? Priceless.

 

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