Celebrate Earth Day with the Humble’s Down To Earth Bundle

Earth Day is held on April 21st, and Humble is celebrating a special nature-themed game bundle. The Humble Down To Earth bundle, which runs through April 30, includes eight games for just £ 10/$ 15 and includes indie favorites such as Abzu, Beyond Blue, and Never Alone.

As always, you can choose exactly how much you want to spend on the bundle, but the opening tier starts at just 72p in the UK and goes over $ 1 in the US. This will give you the figment and puzzle game Yono And The Celestial Elephants for musical action-adventure. However, the bundle’s blockbusters are trapped in a “pay above average” hierarchy. That’s just over £ 8 in the UK at the time of writing. This will give you the stunningly beautiful Abzu, puzzle platformer Never Alone (Kisima Ingitchuna), and Brazilian survival adventure Arida: Backland’s Awakening, in addition to the two games mentioned above.

Finally, if you pay the full amount, in addition to everything, you’ll get Beyond Blue, a whale-tracking adventure, Summer In Mara, a craft adventure, and Lost Ember, a cross-the-green world naturally regenerated as a variety of animals. I will. In addition, the Lost Ember soundtrack is available as an additional bonus. This is all in a handy bulleted list.

If you pay 72p / $ 1, Then you will get the following two games.

  • Figment
  • Yono and the elephant in heaven

Then you Pay more than average (This is £ 8.46 in the UK at the time of writing), you can also get the following information:

  • Abs
  • Not alone
  • Arita: Awakening of Buckland

Finally, if you pay the full amount £ 10.15 / $ 15, Then, in addition to all of the above, get the following information:

  • Beyond blue
  • Mara summer
  • Lost Ember

You can also split your money between the game publisher Humble and the charity you chose that month to choose exactly where your money goes. In the Down To Earth bundle, Humble supports the Adrienne Arsht-Rockefeller Foundation Resilience Center. By 2030, the center will address climate change, migration and human security challenges. Another cause.

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