Update 8/27/2013: Last 24 hours on the Humble Origin Bundle before the sale ends.
If you want to own a bunch of AAA EA-titles, and find comfort that your money will help people in need, here is your chance.
Last week they added two more games to the bundle. The Red Alert 3 standalone expansion Uprising, and the very old Populous god game from 1998. You get these additional games if you either pay the current average ($4.92), or you bought the bundle already previously. So check your Humble account.
If you bought the bundle for Sims3 check back too. They replaced some Sims 3 keys, and fixed the problems with code redeeming for the Date Night items.
Just yesterday the Deep Silver Humble Bundle sale ended, and now a day later they bring out the next big thing: The Humble Origin Bundle
5+3 AAA games for less than $5 and all the money goes to charity. EA don’t want and get a single dime!!! This is just epic. So be a good person and give plenty this time. You can still be a dick later when playing those games multiplayer.
Humble Bundle is pay what you want, but to get those keys you need to give at least $1.
(I linked each game to their Steam/Origin store page. So you can check them out quickly.)
- For $1 you get,
Burnout Paradise: The Ultimate Box
Crysis 2 – Maximum Edition
Dead Space 3
Medal of Honor
- If you pay at least $4.60 (Amount will rise, as this is currently the average people are paying) you get furthermore,
The Sims 3 + Starter Pack
Sims 3 Starter Pack includes: The Sims 3 Late Night Expansion Pack, The Sims 3 Date Night and The Sims 3 High-End Loft Stuff.
As always, you can expect they will add next week even more games as bonus to the Bundle. Don’t worry you get them too if you buy now.
You get Origin keys for all these games but you also can get Steam keys for Dead Space, Crysis 2 Maximum Edition, Burnout Paradise: The Ultimate Box, Medal of Honor, and Mirror’s Edge!
Origin and Electronic Arts Inc. are donating their share of the proceeds from this bundle to the following 5 great charities: the Human Rights Campaign; Watsi; the San Francisco AIDS Foundation; the American Red Cross; or the American Cancer Society
It seems from these charities only Watsi is internationally active, the other 4 charities have their focus on the USA.