Humble’s More Board Games Bundle Features Pandemic, Carcassonne, and More Tabletop Classics

Humble’s More Board Games Bundle Features Pandemic, Carcassonne, and More Tabletop Classics

Pandemic, Carcassone, Scythe, and other classic tabletop games are the stars of the Humble More Board Games Bundle.

Each and every week, Humble gives gamers the chance to stock up on a number of great PC games (and on other platforms) while supporting a good cause, and this time around those looking to expand into tabletop games have a great opportunity to do so with the Humble More Board Games Bundle.

The More Board Games Bundle, as the name implies, focuses around tabletop games and offers an assortment of digital tabletop games for $12, including several classics and some more recent tabletop hits.

Starting at the $1 or more level, you’ll get Ticket to Ride: First Journey, Gloom: Digital EditionLove Letter, and Twilight Struggle. At the Pay More Than the Average tier (which is currently $8.85, as of this writing), the collection expands to include Pandemic: The Board GameCarcassonne – Tiles & TacticsCarcassonne – Inns & CathedralsAscension: Deckbuilding GameMysterium: A Psychic Clue Game and two of its expansions, Hidden Signs and Secrets & Lies. The final $12 tier of the bundle includes Scythe: Digital Edition and Pathfinder Adventures.

Having played many of these games myself, the More Board Games Bundle from Humble certainly packs in a ton of great games and while I’m not quite sure how they play out in digital form on Steam, it’s still a great (and affordable) way to try out a bunch of excellent tabletop games on the cheap.

The Humble More Board Games Bundle is currently available now through May 7, 2019. For a closer look at the bundle and to grab it for yourself, you can head over to the Humble store page.

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