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Humble Bundle has raised more than $50 million for charity since launching its first sale in May 2010 – the Humble Indie Bundle, as it was called back then. That bundle introduced the idea of "pay what you want" pricing and offered customers power over the allocation of their payments, plus t...

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Brace yourself for an influx of neon, spaceships and robots in the Humble Weekly Bundle: Sci-Fi Edition. Available for any price you wish is Velocity Ultra, Cosmic DJ (Early Access game) and QUBE. For $6 or more, add in The Fall, Strike Suit Infinity and Strike Vector. The Last Federation is availa...

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Simulator games aren't ways to escape reality – they exist to make real life better. Did you always want to be a train conductor, only to find that plan derailed by the demands of money and opportunity? Simulators have you covered. Do you wish you were a cat? Done. Now all your dreams are tru...

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This Humble Weekly Bundle is a lot like an onion (or an ogre, or a cake) – it has a few layers. First note: It's hosted by Gamepedia and Curse. Available to pick up for any price you want is Windforge, Stacking, ReignMaker (plus its inspiration, Tower of Elements), Paranautical Activity an...

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The Humble Weekly Bundle is discounted strategically this time around, featuring Sang-Froid: Tales of Werewolves, Stronghold Crusader Extreme HD and Cubetractor for any price you want, and then Unity of Command: Stalingrad Campaign, Eador: Masters of the Broken World and Space Hulk for $6 or more. ...

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Stretch out your clicking fingers and get ready for some mad platforming action in the latest Humble Weekly Sale. Available for the week for any price you want are Shank 2, Blocks That Matter and Bit.Trip Runner. For $6 or more, grab Runner 2, Megabyte Punch and Fly'n. Add in King Arthur's Gold and...

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Find some friends and then grab these games in the Humble Weekly Co-Op bundle, some for any amount of cash you want, others for a little more, and a bunch of games for even more. Pay anything you want for Awesomenauts, Sanctum 2 and Wanderlust: Rebirth; spend $6 or more to add Rocketbirds: Hardboil...

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The Humble Weekly Sale is bursting with a dozen of games this time around, and five of them are available for whatever price you want: Thomas Was Alone, Puzzle Bots, Dustforce, VVVVVV and Cave Story+. Add six games for $6: Reus, Limbo, Cthulhu Saves the World, Mutant Mudds Deluxe, Lone Survivor ...

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The Humble Weekly Sale features a lineup of PewDiePie-approved games, with sales helping out the Save the Children charity. Available for anything you want is Surgeon Simulator 2013, Guacamelee Gold Edition and QWOP for Android. Up for $6 or more is SpeedRunners on Early Access and Garry's Mod,...

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The Humble Weekly Sale offers Little Inferno, Super Hexagon and Natural Selection 2 for any price you want, and Critter Crunch, PixelJunk Monsters Ultimate and Hotline Miami for $6 or more. It's the Hot, Darwinian, Geometrical, Vermin-Ridden Creature Feature in Florida. Pay more than $1 and grab ...

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The Humble Weekly Sale offers a slew of open-source games for PC, Mac, Linux and Android, plus their soundtracks. Games up for grabs for any price you want are Magical Diary, NEO Scavenger, Offspring Fling and Planet Stronghold. Pay $6 or more to get Anodyne, Defender's Quest: Valley of the Forgott...

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Paging Dr. Beat: Humble Bundle's latest Humble Weekly Sale requires a solid sense of rhythm, offering a pay-what-you-want collection of games that test your ability to play along to a backing music track. The $1-minimum package includes Empty Clip Studios' rhythm-driven shoot-'em-up Symphony, ...

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The Humble Weekly Sale has gone Sega crazy, offering 19 games from the company's classic and modern eras, this time broken into three pay walls. Pay $1 or more for Alpha Protocol, Company of Heroes, Rome: Total War and Hell Yeah! Wrath of the Rabbit. Throw down $6 or more for Typing of the Dead: Ov...

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The Humble Weekly Sale is Codemasters crazy, offering four games (and one piece of DLC) from the studio's backlog for any price you want, plus three more games for $6 or more. The "pay anything" games are Overlord (and the Raising Hell DLC), Operation Flashpoint: Red River, Operation Flashpoint: Dr...

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The Humble Weekly Sale is feeling lethal and unforgiving, offering six roguelikes for the tempting price of "basically nothing." Yes, these products will kill you, over and over and over again – but they're on sale. You can't beat that. Three of the games are available for any price yo...

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The Humble Weekly Sale is ready to rumble with a lineup of Bohemia Interactive games: Arma 2, Take on Helicopters, UFO: Afterlight, Alpha Prime, Arma: Gold Edition and Arma Tactics. Those are all "pay what you want," but throw down $6 or more and add Carrier Command: Gaea Mission and ARMA 2: Operat...

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You don't need an atlas to find the Humble Weekly sale, with games so ace you may just fall in love with them, from Atlus Games, Ace Team and Tripwire Interactive. Games for any price you wish are Zeno Clash, Zeno Clash 2, Killing Floor and Dwarfs!?. Pay $6 or more and you'll net Rock of Ages and R...

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Are your flipper fingers getting rusty? Do you need a last-minute Thanksgiving present for Great Aunt Cheryl? Are Thanksgiving presents even a thing? Humble Bundle has those first two problems covered with the Zen Studios weekly sale, which includes more than 20 pinball tables spread across eight g...

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