Gaming Mental Health Charity Safe In Our World Announces "Largest Ever" Bundle (UPDATED)

It's almost time for another Safe In Our World charity bundle, and this one will be the organization's biggest yet.

Published: February 5, 2024 10:37 AM /


Artwork for the Poncle game Vampire Survivors next to a Safe In Our World logo

Update February 5th 10:34AM: Safe In Our World's bundle is now live over at Fanatical. Here's the full list of all 26 games featured in the bundle.

  • OlliOlli World
  • Vampire Survivors
  • Warhammer 40,000: Battlesector
  • Gylt
  • Mask of the Rose
  • Zool Redimensioned
  • Kao the Kangaroo (2000 re-release)
  • My Friend Peppa Pig
  • Paw Patrol: On a Roll!
  • Gigantosaurus: Dino Kart
  • Arcade Paradise
  • Say No! More
  • Qomp
  • Akka Arrh
  • Caverns of Mars: Recharged
  • Centipede: Recharged
  • Breakout: Recharged
  • Mr. Run and Jump
  • Stick Fight: The Game
  • Filthy Animals | Heist Simulator
  • Kitaria Fables
  • Stirring Abyss
  • Homestead Arcana
  • Calico
  • Minute of Islands
  • Mechs & Mercs: Black Talons

The bundle costs £15 or your regional equivalent, and you'll get all 26 games for that, naturally. Original story follows below.

Original story: Gaming mental health charity Safe In Our World has announced a new bundle in partnership with Fanatical, and it's set to be the charity's biggest offering yet.

In an announcement post on its official website, Safe In Our World says the bundle will be the "largest ever" offered by the charity, and it'll include games from some pretty big developers.

Studios involved in the bundle include Vampire Survivors developer Poncle, Sunless Sea studio Failbetter Games, and Take-Two Interactive indie publishing offshoot Private Division, among others.

The player attacking a horde of bats in Vampire Survivors, which was developed by Poncle, one of the studios taking part in the new Safe In Our World bundle
Vampire Survivors developer Poncle is taking part in the new Safe In Our World bundle.

Safe In Our World says it's not announcing exactly which games will be included in the bundle, nor is it disclosing the full list of studios joining in, but it says its bundle will be "worth the wait".

Of course, that doesn't stop us from speculating. We're guessing that Poncle's offering will be Vampire Survivors, since it's the studio's only game to date, and Failbetter's offering will probably be one of the Sunless titles (if not both of them).

The charity says it's launching this bundle as a result of the success of 2023's bundle, which "sold out in just 24 hours", so there's a good chance this one will as well. Better be quick on the draw!

A ship exploring in Sunless Skies, created by Safe In Our World bundle participant Failbetter Games
Will Sunless Skies be included in the Safe In Our World charity bundle? We'll have to wait and see.

If you haven't come across Safe In Our World, it's a charity that aims to explore mental health issues through the lens of gaming.

It was founded in late 2019 to commemorate World Mental Health Day, and it's held anniversary initiatives and events in the intervening years to celebrate both its founding and the day as a whole.

The charity's other efforts include regular fundraising events, launching a gaming mental health journal, and, of course, creating gaming bundles alongside storefronts like Fanatical, with whom the latest bundle has also been created.

We'll find out exactly which games will be included in the latest Safe In Our World charity bundle on Monday, when the bundle launches at around 10am Eastern (that's about 7am Pacific). Stay tuned for more.

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