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Fanatical Stand With Ukraine Charity Game Bundle

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100% of all proceeds will be donated to the Ukraine Red Cross, supporting their valuable work in helping those affected by the growing humanitarian crisis in the country.

Fanatical has joined forces with Richie De Wit (Robot Teddy), Tomas Sala (creator of The Falconeer and BAFTA-nominated artist) and Alessandra van Otterlo (Editor in Chief of Control Magazine) to bring you this specially curated bundle of Steam PC games. Richie, Tomas and Alessandra have worked quickly and tirelessly to sign up over 50 game developers and publishers to the bundle.

Each developer has generously donated 10,000 Steam keys for their game, completely free of charge.

Buy the bundle and you will instantly receive Steam keys for 58 awesome games, worth over $750. There’s a minimum donation of just $15, but we ask you to pay more if you can afford to do so.

Get games like Among Us, Gang Beasts, Nuclear Throne, Tinkertown and more.

Buy Fanatical Stand With Ukraine Bundle here while it lasts

NOTE: Some games have limited keys, so if you buy this bundle later you might miss out on some games. Not available in Russia and Belarus, as expected.

4 COMMENTS

  1. I’ve had a decent look at this one, and whilst it doesn’t have any, in my opinion, ‘must have’ games, and it does have a few previously bundled games, or games that have been in recent bundles for Ukraine, it is still a good bundle.

    There is quite a variety of games here, with some (local) multiplayer games, driving, adventure, puzzle and other genres thrown in. So most people should find something to enjoy. Having said that, if you’re a games collector, you may well own some of these games on either Steam or another platform. The “Awesomenauts All Nauts pack – DLC” isn’t even for sale anymore… Is the dev just getting rid of old keys? That one seems odd. The base game is free, and it’s a MOBA game.

    For around $23AUD, this one has a mid entry level, and even though there isn’t a “wow, that’s an awesome game, I really want” experience, it’s helping a good cause, and should have enough to keep people interested.

      • My understanding of English, and its punctuation, is perfectly fine.
        Should I have clipped my sentences shorter? Probably. However, if you do natively speak English, and have a better grasp than a 12 year old American does, then you’d know better.
        But hey, whatever. The world’s full of keyboard warriors. 🙂

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