Humble Bundle burst onto the scene back in 2010 and has since featured a variety of bundle of games, books, comics, software, and more at a pay what you want price. Chances are, if you keep an eye out for good deals on games, you’ve more than likely purchased a bundle or two from Humble Bundle. Always, you can choose where your money goes, to Humble Bundle, the developers of games, or charity. Humble Bundle has now announced that they’ve passed the $100 million mark for charity.

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Some of the charities Humble Bundle has chosen are gaming related, while others are for a lot of other causes. Over the years they’ve featured the American Red Cross, Doctors Without Borders, charity: water, Child’s Play, AbleGamers, and more. You can see some of them featured in the above video.

Currently, the Humble Capcom X Sega X Atlus Bundle is running, which features games like Sonic Generations, Dead Rising, Resident Evil 4, and more. It currently has 10 days left as a bundle. There’s also the (NSFW) Hunie Sakura Bundle, featuring games like HuniePop and many different Sakura games. Then there’s the Book Bundle featuring Warhammer RPG books, and a mobile bundle featuring a bunch of mobile games.


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$100 million is an impressive milestone and one that will only continue to get even bigger as time goes on. Humble Bundle has become a staple of the gaming landscape and has expanded into having its own store on top of the bundles and is now getting into publishing games. The commitment they’ve shown towards charity has always been there, and I’d expect the number to keep growing at a steady pace. For any company, $100 million is an accomplishment, and the fact that Humble Bundle has done it in such a short time is remarkable.

Have you purchased a bundle from Humble Bundle? How do you split up where the money goes? Do you put some towards charity usually? Let us know in the comments below!


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