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The Humble store is fighting COVID-19 with a boatload of games and content. For one week, the store is offering the Humble’s Conquer COVID-19 Bundle.This bundle features $1,000 worth of games for the super low price of $30. All proceeds from the bundle’s sales go to supporting organizations responding to Coronavirus. Humble pledges that the money goes to “delivering protective gear to safeguard healthcare workers and providing medical care to infected patients.” Four organizations will receive all of the proceeds from this bundle: Partners in Health, Doctors Without Borders, Direct Relief, and the International Rescue Committee.

There are some truly fantastic titles included with this bundle. Time-loop mecha strategy game Into the Breach, RPG Undertale, and 2D Metroidvania action-adventure title Hollow Knight make the bundle price worth it on their own. Additionally, titles such as Jackbox Party Pack 2, Superhot, Killing Floor 2, and The Witness just sweeten the deal. On top of a variety of games, the bundle also includes e-books and comics. Most of the e-books center on coping skills and mindfulness in a trying time. Some of the comics included in the bundle are Spawn Origins Vol.1, Locke & Key Vol. 1, Saga Vol.1, and Fairy Tail: Happy’s Adventure Vol.1. There are even a few crossword puzzle collections and Music Maker EDM Edition to help you pass the time.

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Gamers are welcome to donate whatever amount of money they can spare. Of course, a minimum donation of $30 must be achieved to get the special bundle. If you have more to spare, feel welcome to give it to a great cause. You’re likely already stuck at home, so why not get a cool bundle full of ways to keep you entertained for months? Over 2,500,000 has already been raised in only two days. Let’s keep the momentum going and fight COVID-19 together!

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