Just a week after the Humble Indie Bundle 20 launched, we’re getting another fantastic package of games from the fine folks at Humble Bundle: the Humble Strategy Bundle 2019. This particular bundle has eight games across four tiers in a variety of strategy-focused genres including 4X games, economic games, and more!

The highlight of this bundle has the be Sid Meier’s Civilization VI, the latest game in the hectic hex-based 4X game franchise. Read on to find out what great games you can get in the Humble Strategy Bundle 2019!


Humble Strategy Bundle 2019 – Pay $1 or More

Niche – a genetics survival game is a turn-based survival game of sorts. Create your very own species and set it loose in the wild. Contend with predators, disease, and even the environment itself! Can your creation survive? You’ll also net the Niche soundtrack for picking up this tier of the Humble Strategy Bundle 2019.

Ashes of the Singularity: Escalation is essentially a high-end real-time strategy with some pretty spectacular battles. Ever wanted to deploy a fleet of warships above a planet and obliterate your enemy with particle weapons? Well, now you can!

Throne of Lies The Online Game of Deceit is a social deduction game that has you trying to root out the traitors to the kingdom. It’s a fun idea, but the Steam reviews indicate that the game’s community may have gone south lately. Hopefully, the Humble Strategy Bundle 2019 will bring in some fresh blood!


Humble Strategy Bundle 2019 – Pay More Than the Average

Dungeons 3 (Our Review) is part Dungeon Keeper, part real-time strategy. Do the whole “Evil Lord in an underground lair” thing and build up a dungeon full of monsters, deadly traps, and mystical artifacts. Then, unleash your hordes on the surface world and conquer your enemies! Best of all, portions of the game are randomly generated—no two gameplay sessions will be the same!

Offworld Trading Company is something that will be beloved by a certain subset of EVE Online players, namely the folks who sit in Jita all day and play the market. Produce goods, ship them off-world, and beat the competition in this new frontier! In addition, this tier will also net you the Offworld Trading Company: Jupiter’s Forge Expansion Pack. This is a DLC-heavy game, so it’s nice to get started with one bit right off the bat!


Humble Strategy Bundle 2019 – Pay $9 or More

Stellaris (Our Review) is a solidly classic sci-fi 4X game featuring massive galaxies with thousands of planets. Expand your territory with military might, devious diplomacy, or a mix of both! There’s a boatload of DLC for this game, so bear in mind that you’ll have a goodly chunk of stuff to pick up if you want to expand your experience.

Plague Inc: Evolved is the best way to find what happens when a disease spreads worldwide (next to Twitter, anyway). Create your very own virus and try to eliminate the entire population before a cure is found!


Humble Strategy Bundle 2019 – Pay $15 or More

Finally, Civilization VI caps off the Humble Strategy Bundle 2019. If you’re even the newest of strategy game fans, you’ve probably heard of the Civilization series. This latest entry into the franchise makes some fundamental changes to the core formula including the new ability for cities to span multiple hexes. This is the only game in the $15 tier, but boy is it worth it.


Well, that’s it for the Humble Strategy Bundle 2019! There are some fantastic games across all tiers for the strategy fan. Don’t forget that the Humble Indie Bundle 20 is still available for another week!

You can get the Humble Strategy Bundle 2019 right now, but act fast—this bundle goes away for good: this bundle ends at around 2:00 PM on March 26, 2019.

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What do you think of the games featured in the Humble Strategy Bundle 2019? What’s the best game of the bunch? Let us know in the comments below!

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I've had a controller in my hand since I was 4 and I haven't stopped gaming since. CCGs, Tabletop Games, Pen & Paper RPGs - I've tried a whole bunch of stuff over the years and I'm always looking to try more!



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