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Fanatical Safe in Our World 1st Anniversary Charity Bundle


We’re gamers, and we look out for each other. Fanatical is proud to unveil the Safe in Our World 1st Anniversary Charity Bundle, a seven Steam key collection featuring highly-rated titles, with two new-to-bundle games!

This bundle focuses on gripping journeys and mysteries, with beautiful and intriguing game worlds to explore.

Pay $4.99 (or more) to get all 7 Steam keys featured in this game bundle:

4 out of 7 titles featured in this PC Steam game bundle come with Steam Trading Cards. All 7 titles in this indie game collection activate on Steam via separate Steam keys. All games are playable on Windows.

You can buy the Fanatical Safe in Our World 1st Anniversary Charity Bundle here 

*Minimum spend £4.65 / $4.99 / €5.09

Please note: The Safe in Our World 1st Anniversary Charity Bundle is a charity purchase and qualifies as a charitable donation. All proceeds go to the charity. Please bear in mind that we cannot refund donations without permission of the charity.


  1. Tempted for Gris, anyone think this price is worth it for that game alone? I have everything else as they range from old to ancient and have been bundled many times before. Except for Invector, but as much as I love rhythm games I’m not a fan of EDM.

    • I have Gris, but don’t recall playing it yet (such is my curse – too many games, too little time). Avicii Invector was given away on Amazon Gaming a while back. So if you’re a prime member, you should have that one.

      I too own quite a few of those, so I’m not tempted by this one. The games I don’t own I’m not overly fussed about.

      Now I want to go play Gris…

      Edit: So, I installed and have played Gris for about 30 minutes. The good points: The animation and art style are fantastic. The music is pretty good (although I’m not generally into game music). There is no option to turn the music off, so you’re forced to listen to it. Gameplay – it’s a light puzzle platformer. I haven’t encountered any enemies, and there doesn’t appear to be a way to die, and the game feels rather linear.
      The beginning is very slow, and a little tedious. Once you get the first “power”, then the game improves, but not a hell of a lot. Overall, 6.5 out of 10.
      I’d say if you’re getting 1-2 other games in the bundle that you might like, then Gris could push it over the edge, but I wouldn’t buy the bundle just for Gris.


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