Let’s do a quick test. Are you a fan of heroes (not the television show)? Are you a fan of might? Are you a fan of magic? What about all of them AT THE SAME TIME? If you answered yes to any or all of these questions, then you may want to take a look at the latest, dirt cheap hoard of games hiding in the latest Humble Bundle.
If you’re an ace at detective work, then you’ve no doubt concluded that I am of course making extremely subtle, almost unbreakable references to Heroes of Might and Magic. If you’re a fan, this Humble Bundle is definitely for you. It has millions of games from the franchise… MILLIONS I SAY!
Can you feel the Might & Magic in the air? If not, that’s totally okay, especially considering these games are entirely digital! But if you can, your sense of touch isn’t fooling you, because we’re offering a bundle of Might & Magic games!
Pay $1 or more for Heroes of Might & Magic II: Gold Edition, Heroes of Might & Magic IV: Complete Edition, the Might & Magic 1 to 6 Collection, and Might & Magic Heroes Online – Angel Starter Pack! Pay more than the average price, and you also get Heroes of Might & Magic V, Might & Magic Heroes VI – Gold Edition, Dark Messiah of Might & Magic, and Might & Magic: Clash of Heroes – I Am the Boss DLC. Pay $15 or more, and you get all of that plus Might & Magic X Legacy, Heroes of Might & Magic 3 – HD Edition, Might & Magic X Legacy – The Falcon & The Unicorn DLC, Might & Magic Heroes VI – Shades of Darkness, and Might & Magic Duel of Champions – Starter Pack.
All of the above would normally cost you around $168. Thanks to some sorcery, Humble Bundle are offering them all for only $15 (or more).
Remember, if you buy, you get to choose exactly how you want to split your money between Ubisoft, Humble themselves, and charity. This bundle’s donations goes to Doctors Without Borders, American Red Cross, and charity: water.
There are hundreds, if not thousands of hours hidden in this bundle, which really is fantastic bang for buck. Go on, click the buy button. I know you want to!
Last Updated: April 29, 2015