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Humble Stand With Ukraine Bundle

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Humble Stand With Ukraine Bundle just launched on Friday, March 18th! 100% donated to Ukraine humanitarian relief efforts. Minimum price for this huge bundle is €36.39 / $40.00.

The violent and unlawful invasion in Ukraine is taking a tragic toll—displacing people, devastating families, and creating an urgent need for food, water, supplies, shelter, and safety.

To help out, Humble Bundle has joined forces with game creators, book publishers, and software makers around the globe for a bundle 100% dedicated to supporting the victims and refugees from Ukraine during this crisis.

The Stand With Ukraine bundle features over 120 pieces of content worth over $2,500, including:

  • Back 4 Blood, Satisfactory, Metro Exodus, & Fable Anniversary
  • Pathfinder, Starfinder, & Warhammer Fantasy Roleplay books
  • GameMaker Studio 2 Creator (12 months), Music Maker EDM Edition, RPG Maker VX, & Polygon game dev assets

Buy Humble 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.

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  1. The bundle doesn’t make it clear but *most* game keys are Steam keys, there are a few that are for GoG and Rockstar.
    Max Payne 3 – Rockstar
    Liberated – GoG
    Wanderlust: Traveling Stories – GoG

  2. There’s a huge minimum spend on this one. A little over $55 AUD to buy the bundle. Whilst I think, like the Itch.io bundle, this is a highly recommended buy to help a good cause, the price tag makes be baulk a little. I paid $20USD for the Itch.io bundle, double the asking price, which I was happy to pay, but wow, this… I’m going to have to really think about this one.

    There are a lot of really good games here, and I can’t say you’re not getting your money’s worth. The extra fluff might not be to everyone’s taste, with comics, books, game making utilities, game assets and 3D printable assets.

    • I thought I’d reply to myself. I suspect that part of the reason that the minimum price is so high is that you’re getting keys for online services, be it Steam, GoG or Rockstar, and those cost money to produce. Itch.io on the other hand did not provide Steam keys in their bundle, so it’s literally just the download cost for them (aside from each developer not seeing any funds from the sale of their game).

      Me, personally, having thought about it, will skip this one. I’m more likely to find a few Air BnB’s in some of the hardest hit places and rent a night or two, knowing I’m not going there, and directly help some people. Sadly, some charities take too much of the money for their operating costs (not directing this at any of those listed in the bundle), and I’d much rather help an individual that line some overly paid exec’s pockets running a ‘non profit’ organisation.

      • I hear ya, but non profits do have overhead costs, and they’re not staffed by volunteers, it’s a full time job. My only hesitation with renting Air BnB’s is that people with a spare property to rent probably aren’t the ones who need the help the most.

        • I understand that charities / non profits aren’t manned by volunteers, and they do have to pay people to work there. My biggest issue is when you hear some of the salaries that exec’s are getting paid at these charities; it can be eye watering (in the hundreds of thousands of dollars). Sadly, some of these non profit organisations use too much of the donations on themselves, and very little goes to actually helping people.

          You’re not wrong about the AirBnB’s either. I had thought about that. People owning two properties (one they can rent), generally aren’t very poor. However, I’d like to hope that people in times of crisis would band together and offer to help others. I also think that places like Mariupol effectively no longer exist. Whether you had one or two properties, by the news reports, you now have none. The city has been that heavily damaged, quite a large portion of it will need to be rebuilt. Quite a few people may never recover.

          I’m not suggesting people not to buy this. It certainly helps support a country that desperately needs the help of the rest of the world. For me personally though, the entry level is quite high.

          • Agreed, it’s just a tad pricey given how much of it I already own, especially since that’s mostly from Humble Monthlies.

          • Hi! To your very valid concern about charities and where the money actually goes, I’d like to tell you about “Givewell” at the dot org in case you haven’t heard about these folks. They are an organization that puts all their effort in finding the top 9 charities that use donated funds the most effectively in saving lives. It’s a great organization. Keep in mind, they don’t rank all charities, so you won’t find Red Cross or UNICEF (as examples) on there. I think you may find it useful. Cheers.

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