The Humble Classics Return Bundle is now live

The Humble Classics Return Bundle is now live

The Humble Classics Return Bundle is now live

Humble has released their new Classics Return Bundle, offering PC users the opportunity to play the remakes or spiritual successors to some of gaming’s most beloved titles. All of the games in this bundle are available on Windows PC and Mac, with the majority of these titles also being available for Linux.

Like most Humble Bundles, revenue raised will be shared between developers, Humble themselves and a charity, with AMURT (a charity specialising in emergency relief and sustainable development) being selected as the chosen charity for the Humble Classics Return Bundle. By default, 15% of the revenue raised will go to charity, with 20% going to Humble and 65% going to the developers of the games included in the bundle. These numbers can be changed by users, allowing all the money raised from specific donations to got to charity if the user wishes.

Most of the games included with this bundle are available on Steam, with three of the bundle’s ten titles also being available DRM-free on Linux. 

Those who purchase this bundle can also choose to give money to a different charity if they wish, with hundreds of options to choose from. Below is a list of what is available in the Humble Classics Return Bundle’s three purchasing tiers. 

Pay What You Want

– Broken Sword 5 – The Serpent’s Curse
– Shadowrun Returns
– Tesla Effect: A Tex Murphy Adventure
– Shadowrun: Dragonfall – Director’s Cut

Pay more than average (currently $6.71)

– Shadowrun: Hong Kong – Extended Edition 
– Wasteland 2: Directors Cut – Digital Deluxe Edition
– Age of Wonders III
– Xenonauts

Pay $15

– Torment: Tides of Numenera
– Dreamfall Chapters: The Final Cut Edition
– $2 Humble Wallet Credit (For Humble Monthy Subscribers only)

The Humble Classics Return Bundle is now live


Those who are interested in the HUmble Classics Return Bundle can view it and purchase it from the Humble Store. 

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