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Get $104 worth of games in the Humble multiplayer bundle

The Humble multiplayer bundle – or the Humble Hooked on Multiplayer 2018 Bundle, to use its Sunday name – is now live. Here’s what’s included.

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Humble multiplayer bundle 2018

The Humble multiplayer bundle – or the Humble Hooked on Multiplayer 2018 Bundle, to use its Sunday name – is now live. Here’s what’s included.

The first Humble multiplayer bundle, back in 2017, sold over 150,000 times. It also no doubt raised huge gobs of cash for charity. That bundle included fun indie multiplayer games like Helldivers, Move or Die, Ultimate Chicken Horse, and Rampage Knights.

Now the Humble multiplayer bundle is back for 2018, and so is Rampage Knights.

The stalwart of the Humble multiplayer bundle is joined by a raft of new, somewhat chaotic multiplayer experiences, including the somewhat trippy Hover, the bizarre Duck Game, and the Rube Goldberg machine of killing people, Besiege.

The pick of the litter is of course Rocket League, the Hot Wheels meets football mashup that brings the best of both worlds, with none of the drawbacks. You’ll have to pay more than $14 (around a tenner) to unlock Rocket League in the bundle, but it’s well worth the price of admission for that game alone.

Here’s the full rundown of what’s included in the various price tiers of the Humble multiplayer bundle:

$1 tier

  • Stick Fight: The Game
  • Rampage Knights
  • Tumblestone

1$ bonuses

  • 10% off your first Humble Monthly
  • Stick Fight: The Game OST
  • Rampage Knights OST
  • Tumblestone OST

Pay more than the average (currently around $5.50)

  • Besiege
  • Duck Game
  • Hover

Pay more than $14 (around £10.06)

  • Rocket League

As ever with Humble, it’s a great opportunity to pick up some new games on the cheap, but also, to support very worthwhile charities.

The Humble multiplayer bundle 2018 finishes on May 29th at 11am PDT, 7pm BST, so don’t wait on this one.

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