Help Koalas; Get over 25 Great Games

Since June 2019, there have been many large bushfires burning across Australia. As of January 14, 2020, fires have burnt an estimated 186,000 square kilometers, destroyed over 5,900 buildings and killed at least 30 people. An estimated one billion animals were also killed and some endangered species may be driven to extinction.

The recovery effort is daunting, but many great organizations have stepped up to help both humans and animals heal and find new homes. Humble Bundle, in concert with many great game developers, is offering a truly amazing bundle of over 25 games for a donation of $25 or more. 100% of the proceeds will go to RSPCA (Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals), WIRES (NSW Wildlife Information Rescue and Education Service), World Wildlife Fund, and the Australian Red Cross

Even if you don’t care about cuddly koalas and cute kangaroos (you heartless bastard) chipping in your $25 will get you a great assortment of games valued at over $400. We’ve covered a lot of these games in the past, and for the price of a large pizza and some beverages, this package is a no brainer. Check out the list of games below, then head over to Humble Bundle and do some good, get some great games.

  1. Hollow Knight
  2. Void Bastards
  3. Armello
  4. Euro Truck Simulator 2
  5. Duck Game
  6. Hand of Fate 2
  7. Paradigm
  8. Crawl
  9. The Adventure Pals
  10. Regular Human Basketball
  11. Satellite Reign
  12. Hacknet
  13. Mr. Shifty
  14. Primal Carnage: Extinction
  15. Assault Android Cactus+
  16. The Haunted Island, a Frog Detective Game
  17. Framed Collection
  18. Think of the Children
  19. Feather
  20. Tower of Guns
  21. Rising Dusk
  22. Death Squared
  23. Paperbark
  24. Quest of Dungeons
  25. The Stillness of the Wind
  26. The Gardens Between
  27. Paper Fire Rookie
  28. Masquerade: The Baubles of Doom
  29. Machinarium

Tim Bledsoe

Podcasts & Single-player games are his thing except on "Adventure Time Tuesdays"

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