The Mastertronic Humble Weekly Bundle – Get Games and Give to Charity

By: General Press
 

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Mastertronic and the Humble Weekly Bundle are offering 14 PC games, including many for Mac and Linux, to support the charity organizations, GamesAid and SpecialEffect, and of course, the developers.

Be sure to check out the videos below to learn more about the work of GamesAid and SpecialEffect.

The Humble Weekly Bundle is back in full force and this time in partnership with the munificent Mastertronic Games to present to you a delectable choice of indie game offerings in one colossal bundle!

In an exclusive ‘pay-what-you-want’ package, get your hands on a full tasting menu of seven handcrafted gaming experiences: May’s Mysteries: The Secret of Dragonville, Montague’s Mount, Blast ‘Em!, Richard & Alice, The Shopkeeper and retro classic iterations of The Bitmap Brothers’ Speedball 2 HD and The Chaos Engine!

Like what you see? Pay above the average to score four bonus treats from the Mastertronic Steam catalogue – Concursion, 10 Second Ninja, 0RBITALIS and Over 9000 Zombies! These games ordinarily carry an ample price tag of up to $126.86 but in The Humble Weekly Bundle, you pick the price!

Delve as deep as $15 or more will award you early access to top experiential game Dream and explosive action shooter Tango Fiesta, both due to be launched in full this year. Plus we’ll include the illustrious dungeon crawler Runers for good measure!

That’s 14 entire games for as little as $15! Did we say ‘epic’? Not only are the games great, but the entire bundle is chock-full of indie games, which is awesome.

In the final twist as your games-to-dollar ratio goes skyward, advance to ‘community hero status’ as you choose where your money goes, between the independent game developers and two amazing causes – GamesAid and SpecialEffect.

Fill your boots now: https://www.humblebundle.com/weekly

Pay whatever you want and decide who your money goes to – the choice is entirely yours!

Where does your money go?

SpecialEffect work to put fun and inclusion back into the lives of people with physical disabilities by helping them to play video games. By using technology ranging from modified games controllers to eye-control, they’re finding a way for people to play to the very best of their abilities. But they’re not just doing it for fun. By levelling the playing field, they’re bringing families and friends together and having a profoundly positive impact on inclusion, confidence and rehabilitation.

Here’s the difference you can make with SpecialEffect:

GamesAid is a UK-based videogames charity which proves that ‘social responsibility’ isn’t just a buzzword. GamesAid ensures that the gaming industry gives back to communities by raising money to fund small to medium charities which help disadvantaged and disabled children and young people. As the only fully-democratic charity in the gaming space, GamesAid proves that games and gamers can do great things for others.

Discover the difference you can make with GamesAid:

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