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Humble Bundle Celebrates Best of 2017, Offering FNAF, Hacknet, and More

Humble Bundle's Best of 2017 bundle gives some of the best and brightest offerings from since-gone packages, including FNAF and Hacknet.

February 8, 2018

Another week, another Humble Bundle. This week, the theme is “Best of 2017,” taking some of the most popular titles found in other Humble Bundles in 2017. The result is a very well-packed bundle — mostly packed with indie darlings.

As usual, the Humble Bundles follow a multi-tiered approach, where purchasers get different games on how much they spend.

For spending a minimum of $1, players will get the following:

  • Five Nights at Freddy’s: Sister Location
  • Goat Simulator
  • Hacknet

If you are willing to part with the average amount of donations (currently set at $5.59), purchasers will get the previous-mentioned games as well as:

  • Verdun
  • Sins of a Solar Empire: Rebellion
  • Death Road to Canada
  • Turmoil 

Finally, those willing to pay $10 or more can grab all the previous offerings, as well as the following:

  • Dead by Daylight
  • $2 Humble Wallet credit for Monthly subscribers

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Speaking of Humble Monthly, the Early Unlock game for March has been detailed and it’s a doozy. Anyone willing to sink $12 into next month’s selections will get Dark Souls III and the Ashes of Ariandel DLC — along with the other half-dozen selections.

This bundle, a portion of the donation will be going to Child’s Play — the gaming-centric charity to spread video games in children in hospitals and other healthcare facilities. Of course, Humble also lets you choose your own charity if you so please.

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