The Humble Telltale Games Bundle Features The Walking Dead, Batman, Tales from the Borderlands, and More

Humble Bundle and Telltale Games join forces with a new bundle that includes The Walking Dead, Game of Thrones, Tales from the Borderlands, and much more.

on July 18, 2017 3:10 PM

Over the past few years, developer Telltale Games has been known for their narrative-focused adventures pulled from numerous big name franchises like The Walking DeadGame of ThronesBatman, and more, with Humble Bundle offering a nice package of some of the studio’s most acclaimed titles.

Humble Bundle has revealed that its next Bundle is the Humble Telltale Games Bundle, which provides over a dozen of the studio’s titles at varying tiers for purchasers while supporting a good cause, including many of the studio’s biggest franchises.

At the $1 tier, purchasers will get Sam & Max: Season 1Sam & Max: Season 2Puzzle AgentPuzzle Agent 2Bone: Episode 1 & 2Hector: Badge of CarnageTelltale Texas Hold’emPoker Night at the Inventory, and The Walking Dead: Season 1.

For purchasers that beat the average price (which is $6.42, as of this writing), the bundle will expand to include The Walking Dead: MichonneTales from the BorderlandsThe Walking Dead: Season TwoGame of Thrones, and a 50% off coupon towards The Walking Dead: A New Frontier. New games will also be included at this tier next week.

The final tier, at $15 or above, will also include three more titles: BatmanMinecraft: Story Mode, and the Adventure Pass for Story Mode that include three additional DLC episodes. All purchases of the bundle will have proceeds go towards WaterAid America, JDRF, and Stack-Up by default, though purchasers can also choose to support other charitable organizations.

The Humble Telltale Games Bundle is available now through August 1st, 2017 – for more info and to pick up the bundle while it is available, you can click here and head over to the Humble page.

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