Humble TinyBuild Bundle Features SpeedRunners, The Final Station, Punch Club, and More

Humble Bundle's latest offering comes from developer and publisher TinyBuild games, with SpeedRunners, The Final Station, and more included.

on May 10, 2017 2:37 PM

With a regular stream of beloved indie hits and under-appreciated gems, the bi-weekly offerings from Humble Bundle offer the best chance for gamers to experiment and try new games on the cheap, with the retailer’s latest bundle coming from TinyBuild Games.

The latest Humble Bundle package is now live, with the collection featuring a suite of games from developer and publisher TinyBuild Games. As with previous bundles, certain tiers of games are unlocked depending on the contributions that purchasers make.

At the Pay What You Want tier, users can grab Divide By SheepRoad to BallhallaNo Time to Explain Remastered, and SpeedRunners. Paying above the average (which is at $7.52, as of this writing) will unlock Party HardThe Final StationClusterTruckGuts and Glory (Early Access), and Punch Club Deluxe. At $15 or more, users will get The Final Station: The Only Traitor DLC and Streets of Rogue (Early Access).

As a final bonus for the bundle, users that pay over $39.99 will get all of the previous games and additions along with a pre-order for Hello Neighbor. All of the bundle purchases include an alpha build of Party Hard 2, while soundtracks for No Time to Explain RemasteredDivide By Sheep, and Hello Neighbor are also available as bonuses, along with a 10% off coupon towards a Humble Monthly subscription.

A portion of the proceeds from the Bundle purchases will go on to benefit the charitable organizations 1UP On Cancer, Stack-Up.org, and Action Against Hunger.

The Humble TinyBuild Bundle is available now through May 23rd, 2017 – for more information and to pick up the bundle while it is available, you can click here and head over to Humble.

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