Kickstart your backlog with this latest Humble Weekly Bundle

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Everybody wins with the Humble Weekly Bundle. How so? Well, the buyer gets a collection of games for a handful of dollars (unless of course, they cough up a bit extra for even more titles), the developers get a nice injection of cash into their bank accounts, Humble themselves make a cut (hey they need to make a living too), and selected charities get the support they need. This latest bundle is no different, except maybe for the fact that every game on offer is the result of a successful Kickstarter campaign.

We’re talking Kickstarter campaigns that just barely made target, and those who overshot their goal completely (in a good way). Here’s what you can expect from the Kickstarter Edition of the Humble Weekly Bundle:

With the help from generous backers, Kickstarter has helped many artists get their projects off the ground. We’ve worked with them to bring a selection of those completed games to you in the form of a bundle! Pay what you want for Guns of Icarus Online Collectors Edition, AR-K, and Full Bore. Pay more than the average price, and you’ll also receive Among the Sleep and Retro Game Crunch. Pay $13 or more to get all of that plus Lords of Xulima and WARMACHINE: Tactics.

I wish I could tell you more about what’s on offer, except I’ve honestly never heard of any of these games myself. Regardless, if your backlog is looking a little scant, a Humble Bundle will go a long way in fixing that for a handful of bucks.

Remember, you can choose exactly how you wish to split your purchase between all parties involved. This week’s charities are Doctors Without Borders and Center for Puppetry Arts.

I’m quite tempted to purchase the bundle myself. I find I enjoy a game infinitely more if I know absolutely nothing about it (I’m not even kidding). I’m sure one, if not more, of these titles will tickle my fancy. What about you? Are you going to opt in to this bundle, or are you happy to skip it?

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Last Updated: July 17, 2015

Matthew Figueira

Defence of the Ancients? More like Defence of the cabbages! Have you seen my head? I look like a Merino Sheep on pole. NO SHANGE only SHAPPIES! :D

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