Humble Tabletop Bundle: Ninja Division Game Systems Now Live

Published: May 16, 2019 9:00 AM /


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Time for another slew of excellent tabletop deals. The latest Humble Tabletop Bundle is live, and this one's focusing on Ninja Division Game Systems' print-and-play tabletop PvP games. All the content in this bundle is DRM-free, and it can all be downloaded as PDFs and printed right from your home computer. As usual, there are three tiers of games here and you'll get more depending on how much you pay. Let's take a look!

Paying just $1 will net you two awesome print-and-play PvP games. Way of the Fighter is an expandable card game involving bluffing, resource management, and tactics. With Turbo and Super, you'll get 10 unique characters to play with. This tier also includes Karate Fight: Takoashi University, a junior card battler for the whole family. This is a game of wits and reflexes for up to 4 players. Remember, these games cost just $1. That's a bargain by anyone's standards.

Next up in the latest Humble Tabletop Bundle, you can pay $8 for yet more games. Tier 2 includes 2 more Way of the Fighter card packs, each of which adds 2 fighters to the game. Super Dungeon Expansion: Emerald Valley Warband is an expansion for Super Dungeon: Arena themed around the elusive Emerald Valley. Two standalone games are also included here: strategic miniatures game Relic Knights and chibi sci-fi western-themed board game Rail Raiders Infinite. You'll also get everything from tier 1 if you pay $8.

Lastly, it's tier 3, which costs $15. You'll get everything from tiers 1 and 2 with this tier as well as more goodies. Three more Way of the Fighter packs add a total of 6 characters to your ever-expanding roster. Super Dungeon: Arena takes minis and rules from Super Dungeon: Explore and shakes things up in a more PvP direction (you don't need Explore to play Arena, so don't worry). There are also 3 Super Dungeon expansions: Dragonback Peaks WarbandClaws of the Wyrm Warband, and Stilt Town Warband. Finally, there's ninja campaign-style game Ninja All-Stars.

Humble says the Ninja Division Humble Tabletop Bundle is worth around $313, so all this for $15 is a steal. Go check it out if any of this stuff has piqued your interest. As ever, a portion of your donation will go to charity, and you can decide how much. This time around it's Hospice of the Northwest, who bring hope to individuals and families facing a life-limiting illness.

Remember, there are still 5 days left to grab the Humble Lego Games Bundle. This month's Humble Monthly early unlock is Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 - Battle Edition. Signing up will get you that game plus a bunch more on June 7th.

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