Yesterday, August 28, Humble Bundle announced their two week long bundle which may have disappointed a few fans hoping for more video games, as the comedy bundle offered for the next two weeks is stand-up comedy acts from various comedians. But today, August 29, Humble Bundle released their weekly bundle, a pack of six games from Paradox Interactive, with two additional games for those who pay above average for the bundle. All of these games are only available through Steam as long as you donate at least $1.
And as an extra special bonus, those feeling particularly giving by donating $125 or more, will get 48 additional Paradox Interactive games that include titles such as: “Mount and Blade”, “Crusaders: The Kingdom Come”, “King Arthur – The Roleplaying War Game”, “A Game of Dwarves” and much more.
The charities you can donate to are the American Red Cross and Child’s Play. As always, don’t forget to set a little aside for Humble Bundle’s tip so they can keep running the site and offering these deals.
Europa Universalis III: Complete
This game includes “Europa Universalis III” and its two expansion packs, “In Nomine” and “Napoleon’s Ambition”. You start the game controlling a nation and can strengthen or weaken your country with political moves, trade with other countries and even espionage. Under your control your nation could flourish or fall apart.
War of the Roses: Kingmaker
“War of the Roses: Kingmaker” is a multiplayer action game that lets you choose a class, customize your character, mount a horse and climb the ranks of the army for glory and honor.
Warlock: Master of the Arcane
“Warlock: Master of the Arcane” is turn-based strategy game that allows you to conquer the world of Ardania by building up a magical kingdom of humans, monsters or undead – each with their own weaknesses and strengths.
This is a naval tactical turn-based strategy game. Tired of the same old, same old with land battles and fighting for kingdoms? With “Leviathan: Warships” you plan out all of your strategic moves, and anticipate your enemy’s attacks, from the ocean. The game has a single-player campaign, co-op mode and versus mode.
“Dungeonland” is a cartoonish hack-and-slash c-op game. You pick your class from the mage, warrior or rogue then play with two friends in a fight to get past the Dungeon Maestro. The game even allows you to become the bad guy, playing as the Dungeon Maestro in order to stop those annoying, heroic do-gooders.
The Showdown Effect
You jump into “The Showdown Effect” with a customizable character placed into what appears to be every outrageous action movie from the 80s and 90s crammed into one game. Fight to the death with improvised weapons such as umbrellas and even bags of money. Your goal is just to be the last man standing.
Bonus: Crusader Kings II
As an added bonus for those who donate higher than the average donation price “Crusader Kings II” will be added to your order. In this game your manage your kingdom through intrigue, politics and even marriage. Nurturing relationships helps maintain allies and protect your kingdom and you can even give power to your heirs, but do so wisely as not all have the best of intentions.
This is the second, and final, bonus for those who pay over the average donation price for the game bundle. “Magicka is a fantasy RPG game puts you in the role of a wizard. You have eight elements to mix and fuse together, allowing for a huge variety of new spells to cast. You can run the campaign single-player or you can get up to three friends to join you, but try not to shoot your friends if you bring them along.