Humble Bundle Presents Rebrands as Humble Games, And Hosts Charity Sale

05/15/2020 - 10:26 | By: Patrick Perrault
What a bundle, amirite?

Humble Bundle has rebranded Humble Bundle Presents to Humble Games, which is a "dedicated publishing service to deliver the next generation of quality indie titles." 

Basically, for what Humble Bundle Presents did before--help launch indie titles such as A Hat in TimeWizard of LegendSlay the Spire, and TemTem--now it's... a better name, I guess?

To celebrate the launch of Humble Bundle's newly branded publishing arm, they've launched the Humble Games Charity Sale, which is now live on the Humble Store. This will run until May 18 at 10 AM, with all games put on sale at 50% off, with most of the catalog being offered in a Build Your Own Bundle sale, which will allow more percentages taken off.

There are specific charities that developers have chosen to support. These are: Partners in Health, Doctors Without Borders, Direct Relief, and International Rescue Committee.

 
 

"When I joined Humble Bundle a little over a year ago, our publishing team was small but with a big dream," said Alan Patmore, Humble Bundle's General Manager. "We have always been in the business of supporting indie developers and I saw a huge opportunity for us to work even closer with the indie community. Humble Games is our latest commitment to support indie developers, helping make their dream game a reality."

Cool games in the sale include TemTem, Slay The Spire, Wizard of Legend, and One Step From Eden. Aegis Defender is also entirely free if that's something that you're into. It looks pretty good, and it has a 75% positive rating on Steam, so if you're into 2D Action Platformers this could be something worth getting. 

There's also Humble Bundle 21 available with a ton of great games, so check that out as well if you're in the spending mood.

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What do you think of this news? Are you going to buy games from Humble Games? Do you think this is a good idea? Let us know in the comments!


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