There’s still chance to pick up a bunch of scary games – and raise money for charity – in the Humble Spooky Horror bundle, but time is running out.
Ah yes, the end of August and beginning of September. Is there any time of the year that’s more associated with horror, fright, and things that go bump in the night? Wait, what? Halloween? No idea what you’re talking about, mate.
To celebrate the start of Spooktember – what do you mean, that’s not a thing? – there’s a suitably scary Humble Spooky Horror bundle, with some essential horror games. Pick of the litter is BioShock Remastered, of course, but Friday the 13th and Dead by Daylight add some interesting new dimensions to this bundle’s fright factor. While all of the games on offer come with Steam keys, a number of games in the bundle – including BioShock Remastered, and the original version that comes with it – also come with Mac availability, which is nice.
Here’s the full breakdown of the games and reward levels in the Humble Spooky Horror bundle 2018.
Pay what you want ($1 US, around £0.77)
- How to Survive
- How to Survive 2
- Layers of Fear
- White Noise 2
- White Noise 2 soundtrack
- 10% off your first month of Humble Monthly
Pay more than the average (currently $8.69 US, around £6.69)
- BioShock Remastered
- Yomawari: Night Alone
Pay $15 US (around £11.55) or more
- Dead by Daylight
- Friday the 13th
- $2 Humble Wallet credit (for Humble Monthly subscribers only)
Don’t sleep on this one though: the Humble Spooky Horror bundle expires at 6pm BST (10am PT) on Tuesday, September 4th, 2018. At the time of writing, that gives you two days and change to pick up some brilliant, blood-curdling games, and help raise money for very worthy charities.
There’s also still around 11 days left on the massive Humble summer sale. What are you waiting for?
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