Humble Idea Factory Bundle

The Humble Idea Factory Bundle just launched on Tuesday, October 22 and will be live through Tuesday, November 12.

Humble Idea Factory Bundle

Set off for adventure with Hyperdevotion Noire: Goddess Black Heart (Neptunia), Fairy Fencer F: Advent Dark Force Complete Deluxe Set, Superdimension Neptune VS Sega Hard Girls, and more.

Here’s what Steam keys you can get in The Humble Idea Factory Bundle, depending on how much you choose to pay! Pick your tier:

TIER 1: Pay $1 or more to get Trillion: God of Destruction, Neptunia Shooter and Moero Chronicle

TIER 2: Beat the average price to also get MegaTagmension Blanc Deluxe Edition Bundle and Fairy Fencer F

TIER 3: Pay $10 or more to also unlock Hyperdevotion Noire: Goddess Black Heart, Superdimension Neptune VS Sega Hard Girls and Fairy Fencer F: Advent Dark Force Complete Deluxe Set

Buy The Humble Idea Factory Bundle here

Pay $1 or more. Normally, the total cost for the games in this bundle is as much as $173. At Humble Bundle, you choose the price and increase your contribution to upgrade your bundle! Pay $1 or more to access Steam keys.

Get Call of Duty: WWII, Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy, and Spyro Reignited Trilogy + tons of other Steam games for just $12 in the new Humble Monthly.

Humble Monthly Bundle November 2019

You can buy the Humble Monthly for November 2019 here and immediately get all those games now + tons of other Steam games once the full bundle launches November

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IGB is Humble Partner, which means that a very small percentage of potential bundle sales will also go to us and help us pay the bills – and will cost you nothing. If you don’t want us to get a portion of the sale, you can always opt out or remove us using the slider on the Humble Bundle page.

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