New Humble Bundle raising money for Nepal earthquake relief effort

Humble Bundle has debuted the new Might & Magic bundle and is allowing purchasers to put all their money towards charities that have relief efforts underway for victims of the tragic Nepal earthquake.


Humble Bundle is largely known for allowing customers to purchase bundles of games and put their money towards worthy charitable causes. For its latest bundle, Humble Bundle is allowing people to put their money towards a real-world tragedy that struck over the weekend. As part of its new Might & Magic Bundle, Humble is opening the door for donations to go to those affected by the Nepal earthquake that claimed the lives of more than 4,600 people and has left the entire nation devastated.

Pay what you want for Heroes of Might & Magic II: Gold Edition, Heroes of Might & Magic IV: Complete Edition, Might & Magic 1 to 6 Collection, and Might & Magic Heroes Online with the Angel Starter Pack. Paying more than the average $9.24 will offer up Heroes of Might & Magic V, Might & Magic Heroes VI: Gold Edition, Dark Messiah of Might & Magic, Might & Magic: Clash of Heroes with I Am the Boss DLC, and more games to be named later. Paying $15 or more will also yield Might & Magic X - Legacy and the Falcon & The Unicorn DLC, Heroes of Might & Magic 3: HD Edition, Might & Magic Heroes VI: Shades of Darkness, and Might & Magic: Duel of Champions Starter Pack. DRMs vary between Steam, Uplay, and no DRM at all.

While buyers can opt to give money to the developers and Humble, charitable donations will go towards the American Red Cross, charity: water, and Doctors Without Borders, all of whom have relief efforts in Nepal underway. The Might & Magic bundle is set to run for the next two weeks.

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