Humble Stand With Ukraine bundle is packed with games, books, and more

Humble Stand With Ukraine bundle

Another bundle to bolster humanitarian aid for Ukraine

A new bundle is live to aid efforts in Ukraine, with this one crafted by the bundle makers at Humble. The Humble Stand With Ukraine bundle has over 120 pieces of content, from games to books and more. 100% of proceeds are going towards humanitarian relief efforts.

“The violent and unlawful invasion in Ukraine is taking a tragic toll—displacing people, devastating families, and creating an urgent need for food, water, supplies, shelter, and safety,” said Humble on the landing page.

Included in this bundle are some pretty notable games, from indies to major publishers. It’s not just video games, though. Fantasy roleplaying books for Pathfinder and Warhammer are in, as well as game dev assets, comics, and a one-year subscription to GameMaker Studio 2 Creator. The over 120 pieces of content are worth over $2500. The full bundle is obtainable at the $40 mark.

Proceeds will go towards Razom for Ukraine, the International Rescue Committee, International Medical Corps, and Direct Relief. These organizations are helping with relief efforts for the people of Ukraine, amid the invasion of Russian forces.

Notable games in the bundle include:

  • Metro Exodus
  • Back 4 Blood
  • Satisfactory
  • This War of Mine
  • Kerbal Space Program
  • Skullgirls 2nd Encore
  • The Amnesia trilogy
  • Drawful 2
  • Going Under

And many, many more. It’s a seriously stacked lineup, and those are only the games. As of this writing, the Humble bundle has already raised over $100,000 for Ukraine.

Other industry efforts have sprung up to bolster humanitarian aid in Ukraine as well. Several developers have contributed sales and proceeds to charity, and a bundle went live on Itch last week with a veritable flood of indie games.

If you’d like to contribute, you can find the Humble Stand With Ukraine bundle here.

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