Humble Indie Bundle 15 debuts 'Choose Your Own Charity' donations

The latest Humble Bundle is offering a batch of indie games, but is also allowing users to select which charity their money goes, too. All that, plus vinyl figures!


It's time to refresh the latest offerings for Humble Bundle and for the next two weeks, the selection is rotating out for the Humble Indie Bundle 15. However, this latest bundle will offer a couple of twists. In addition to picking up a handful of games, users will now be able to select which of their favorite charities will receive their money. While the Electronic Frontier Foundation and Child's Play are suggested, Humble will offer a list of over a thousand charities to choose from.

So pay what you want for Sir, You Are Being Hunted, Q.U.B.E.: Director's Cut, Goodbye Deponia, and a Humble Store coupon for 66 percent off of Planetary Annihilation: Titans. Paying more than the average will offer up Skullgirls with all of its DLC characters, Planetary Annihilation, Xenonauts, and more games to be named. And paying $10 or more will also include the Steam Early Access fighter from Double Fine, Gang Beasts.

Here's where things get a little bit different again. Paying $25 or more will offer up a Do-It-Yourself vinyl figure, while paying $70 or more will offer seven figures based on the games being offered, as well as a Do-It-Yourself vinyl figure.

The Humble Indie Bundle 15 offerings will all include Steam keys for a $1 minimum. The bundle is set to run for the next two weeks.

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