The Humble MangaGamer and Friends Bundle


The Humble MangaGamer and Friends Bundle just launched on Tuesday, December 12 at 9:30 p.m. Pacific time! This collection of visual novels includes episodic horror, sound novels, virtual tours, and other story-driven delights from MangaGamer and friends. You’ll score If My Heart Had Wings, Princess Evangile All Ages Version, Go! Go! Nippon! Complete Collection, the complete set of Higurashi When They Cry Hou, and more!

The Humble MangaGamer and Friends Bundle

Pay what you want. Normally, the total cost for these games is as much as $139. At Humble Bundle, though, you choose the price!

TIER 1: Pay $1 or more to get eden*, Higurashi When They Cry Hou – Ch.1 Onikakushi,  Higurashi When They Cry Hou – Ch.2 Watanagashi and A Kiss For the Petals – Remembering How We Met

TIER 2: Beat the average price and also get If My Heart Had Wings, LoveKami -Divinity Stage-, Go! Go! Nippon! Complete Collection, Higurashi When They Cry Hou – Ch.3 Tatarigoroshi and Higurashi When They Cry Hou – Ch.4 Himatsubushi

TIER 3: The top tier costs $10 and it includes all the games from the first two tiers, plus Higurashi When They Cry Hou – Ch. 5 Meakashi, LoveKami -Useless Goddess- and Princess Evangile All Ages Version

Buy The Humble MangaGamer and Friends Bundle here 


In other Humble news, If you subscribe to next months Humble Monthly Bundle, you’ll get Quantum Break, The Long Dark, and Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War III as early unlocks right away, and the rest of the mystery games once the bundle is revealed.

Humble Monthly Bundle December 2017 (titles revealed)


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