Another week, another Humble Bundle. But this time around, Humble Bundle is offering a special bundle dedicated to the gaming charity Extra Life. The Humble Extra Life Bundle 2017 is out now, and it features $473 worth in video games and tabletop RPG rulebooks for just $15.
As always, this Humble Bundle offering is split between three tiers: pay what you want, beat the average, and a fixed ceiling. For the unfamiliar, the bundle also benefits the gaming charity Extra Life, which sends all proceeds to the Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals charity. As far as gaming charities go, Extra Life is practically iconic, with streamers regularly raising money through annual drives for the event.
As for the Humble Bundle itself, the three tiers are filled with various goodies. For $1 or more, players can pick up RTS strategy remake Majesty Gold HD from Paradox and Cyberlore, Bandai Namco’s Pac-Man Championship Edition 2, Paradox and 1C:InoCo’s Majesty 2, an early enrollment pass for Pathfinder Online, the digital beginner box for the tabletop role-playing game Pathfinder, and several digital rulebooks and supplemental guides for Pathfinder.
Meanwhile, beating the average earns customers Paradox and Pieces Interactive’s warship strategy title Leviathan: Warships, Adult Swim and Andrew Morrish’s RPG indie title Kingsway, and DrinkBox Studios’ hit indie Metroidvania Guacamelee! Super Turbo Championship Edition. There’s also several more Pathfinder rulebooks and supplementary guides available in this tier too, ranging from the Pathfinder GameMastery Guide to the Pathfinder Ultimate Equipment book.
And for big spenders, there’s even more options available in the fixed $15 tier. Alongside picking up all the aforementioned games and rulebooks, Adult Swim Games and Videocult’s Rain World is available, along with various maps and guides to Pathfinder’s worlds. Whether you’re serving as the dungeon master for a Tabletop Simulator group or hanging out with a couple IRL Pathfinder friends at a friend’s house, maps are a pretty useful way to keep track of the role-playing action.