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Get $239 of stuff in the Humble Daedalic bundle 2018

Daedalic Entertainment, specialists in narrative-focused adventure games, is the latest publisher to do its bit for charity with the Humble Daedalic bundle.

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Humble Daedelic bundle 2018

Daedalic Entertainment, specialists in narrative-focused adventure games, is the latest publisher to do its bit for charity with the Humble Daedalic bundle.

You can always rely on Humble bundles to provide lots of great stuff, for far less than the market rates. You’ll get $239 of stuff in the Humble Daedalic bundle, including ten great games, plus a bonus 10% off if you sign up for the Humble monthly bundle.

You can, of course, pay whatever you want for the Humble Daedalic bundle. But if you pay over certain levels, you’ll get extra goodies. Here’s the full breakdown:

Pay what you want

  • Anna’s Quest
  • Caravan
  • Deponia
  • Memoria

Pay $1 or more

Pay more than the average (currently $6.47, around £4.84)

  • Deponia Doomsday
  • Silence
  • Witch It

Pay more than $12 (currently about £8.96, Brexit exchange rate insanity depending)

  • Bounty Train
  • The Long Journey Home
  • Shadow Tactics: Blades of the Shogun
  • Bonus: $2 Humble Wallet credit for Humble monthly subscribers

As ever, you can choose what proportion of your payment you want to go to charity, and what you’ll send Daedalic’s way. The American Red Cross is the charity of choice for this bundle, but you can pick from thousands of other options in Humble’s database, if you feel something else deserves your hard-earned cheddar.

The Humble Daedalic bundle will run for – at the time of writing – a little under 13 days and 23 hours. That puts the end of the line as Tuesday 19th June, 7pm GMT.

And don’t forget, you’ve still got time to save up to 80% in the Humble Devolver Digital sale, which runs until 6pm BST on Monday, June 11th.

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