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Uplifting Adventures: A Wholesome Games Humble Bundle

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Pay what you want and get up to 7 Steam keys unlocking uplifting, casual and feel-good games! Available at Humble Bundle for a limited time.

Uplifting Adventures: A Wholesome Games Humble Bundle

Grab your copy of Uplifting Adventures: A Wholesome Games Humble Bundle here

In the adorable 3D platformer Tinykin, you’ll explore a 90’s era house from the perspective of a shrunken extraterrestrial scientist, with the help of some multi-talented critters.
Wylde Flowers takes you on a witchy pastoral journey where you’ll farm by day, and weave magic by night.
The aptly titled Bear and Breakfast is a laid-back management sim where you help the adorable ursine Hank run a successful B&B in the woods.

Fill your heart with these and four other soulful and wholesome games, and help support Save the Children with your purchase!

Choose from two tiers based on your contribution:

First Tier ($14 or more):

Second Tier ($20):

All 7 games will be delivered as separate Steam keys. Don’t miss out on this exclusive bundle, with a total value of up to $149! Act fast—this PC game bundle is available until December 21st, 2023.

Grab your copy of Uplifting Adventures: A Wholesome Games Humble Bundle here

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2 COMMENTS

  1. For me, I think you’d really want Passpartout 2 to buy the top tier on this one. The base tier has a lot to offer. I’ve played Venba and got bored of it very quickly, and whilst Mail Time has very positive reviews, the negative ones complained about the entire game being one big fetch quest.

    The rest look good. It’s a shame the AUD is so bad at the moment.

    • This is always my problem with these expensive bundles, I love finding those hidden gems you wouldn’t have bought outside of a bundle, but when you’re asking people to fork over this amount of cash for games you might enjoy (or might not), I’d rather put that AU$30 towards a single title I’m actually keen to play.

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