Humble Very Positive Bundle Features The Deadly Tower of Monsters, Stephen’s Sausage Roll, and More

The latest offering from Humble Bundle features Steam's Very Positive titles such as Hacknet, Stephen's Sausage Roll, and several other titles.

on May 5, 2017 4:43 PM

Gamers have plenty of options to choose from lately when it comes to new games to enjoy (especially as of late), but those looking to pick up a stack of great games (and support a good cause) can enjoy the latest offerings from the team at Humble Bundle and their Very Positive collection of games.

The latest Humble Bundle has been revealed with the Humble Very Positive Bundle, which includes a variety of titles with a “Very Positive” rating from user reviews on Steam. As with previous bundles, the amount of games unlocked in the bundle increases based on the price tier that users purchase it at, with a total of up to eight games available in the bundle, alongside other bonuses.

At the “Pay What You Want” tier, users will get Super Mega Baseball: Extra InningsThe Deadly Tower of Monsters, and They Bleed Pixels. Paying at or above the average (which is currently $6.34, as of this writing) will get purchasers HacknetCrashlands, and UnderRail, while at the $10 or above tier, the final two games are unlocked: Stephen’s Sausage Roll and Curious Expedition.

On top of the games included in the bundles, users can also nab the soundtrack for The Deadly Tower of Monsters at the Pay What You Want tier and the soundtrack for UnderRail by paying at or above the average. Purchases at $1 or more will also grab users a 10% off coupon towards the Humble Monthly subscription service, while proceeds from the Bundle purchases will benefit St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital and SpecialEffect: The Gamers’ Charity.

The Humble Very Positive Bundle is available now through May 16th, 2017 – for more info and to grab the Bundle while it is available, you can click here and head over to the Bundle page.

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