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2y, 2w agoFound 2 years, 2 weeks ago
New Humble Bundle

Games include

Duke Nukem 3D Megaton Edition
Shadow Warrior Classic Redux
Oddworld - Abe's Oddysee
Volgarr The Viking

for £3.91 or more included is

Twitch 30 day subscription. requires credit card
Shantae - Risky Revenge
Speedrunners
Speedrunners DLC pack

For £6.52 or more included is

Escape Goat 2
Xsplit Premium 3 months subscription

Also T shirt and artwork for 30 USD plus delivery

See here for the event prompting this, well worth following : https://gamesdonequick.com/
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1 Like #1
$1 = £0.68 via exchange rate @PP
[HUKD Deal Editor] 7 Likes #2
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3 Likes #3
Hot, despite the lazy op not doing the bundle justice.
http://i.imgur.com/VuQTTKZ.jpg
banned 5 Likes #4
Great bundle but have them all apart from Shantae (which looks cool) :(

Edited By: jaystan on Jan 04, 2015 17:28
1 Like #5
Shantae is well worth it. a gem.
#6
Love the old skool tier1 games. Bargaintastic!
#7
got for xsplit and twitch mostly as never got a bundle with them in past so gonna use for my channel.
#8
Great bundle! Heat added :D Have a good one!
#9
Got it for the xplit premium, not bad for a tester.. 5 dollars less than the normal price for 3months but with 30days twitch and some games..
#10
Used to play shadow warrior at home over coax network multiplayer. That game rocked!
1 Like #11
heated might get it for oddworld even tho i wont play it, hate this site.
#12
Be waiting for Oddworld - Abe's Oddysee and didn't get it in the steam sale glad I held off, 68p very nice :)
4 Likes #13
It's a good price but just can't be bothered revisiting these titles when there are new things to discover. Really disappointed in this bundle but voted hot for those that have never played these... :(
#14
Having so many games that trying to find the new humble games in your steam list to download is a chore :p

Paid $2 for tier 1. I always pay more than necessary, $1 just feels too much like being a tight git for what's offered X)
1 Like #15
Time to find out what fuss is about with Abes' Oddysee
3 Likes #16
Really tempted by the $30 (£20) bundle, mainly for the Oddworld T-Shirt.
#17
[quote=kmorrisuk]Be waiting for Oddworld - Abe's Oddysee and didn't get it in the steam sale glad I held off, 68p very nice :)[/quote
Same. I'm so pleased I'm now going to have Duke 3d and the rest back on my hard drive after about ten years of not playing Duke 3d. I know it's dated and the graphics are crap, but it does play pretty well.
At least a month of most of my free time will now be be spent playing nineties shooters and Abes Oddysee. I hope Oddysee has the quick save function the updated games had, as it was often hard.
Thanks humble and HUKD. :)
#18
I think the $30 bundle is the one to go for here, especially as it all goes to the PCF that AGDQ is raising money for.
#19
sweeten16
Paid $2 for tier 1. I always pay more than necessary, $1 just feels too much like being a tight git for what's offered X)
Yeah, sometimes when it's minimum $0.01 I pay $0.02.
It's for charity after all.
#20
All crap 2015 people no time for ancient poop indie spam :p

Gotta love people who think the charity actually get anything, I used to work for a charity and everyone there was on silly wage for a charity! I know where the funds go and its certainly not on the poor buggers who deserve it ill tell you that for free!
1 Like #21
seanmorris100
Gotta love people who think the charity actually get anything, I used to work for a charity and everyone there was on silly wage for a charity! I know where the funds go and its certainly not on the poor buggers who deserve it ill tell you that for free!

That depends - obviously charities have to operate like a business, generate money, pay wages etc. There are corrupt individuals, I have known a few, but you made too broad a generalisation as not all "charities" **** the money up the wall. If that was the case where you worked, you should step forward, contact the commission & hold these ones to account. I think most of us realise that the broad majority of human systems have bad apples. That's just humans being humans ;-)
banned 1 Like #22
Justme1969
seanmorris100
Gotta love people who think the charity actually get anything, I used to work for a charity and everyone there was on silly wage for a charity! I know where the funds go and its certainly not on the poor buggers who deserve it ill tell you that for free!


That depends - obviously charities have to operate like a business, generate money, pay wages etc. There are corrupt individuals, I have known a few, but you made too broad a generalisation as not all "charities" **** the money up the wall. If that was the case where you worked, you should step forward, contact the commission & hold these ones to account. I think most of us realise that the broad majority of human systems have bad apples. That's just humans being humans ;-)


I don't think charities should run like a business. The reason they do is there is money to be made. There are far too many charities. Cancer Research UK 10p in every £1 goes to the Charity. Rest to fund six figure CEO's etc. Same goes for Humble really. It is done because it is profitable. If you see their offices and the holidays and days out the staff get to go on it is not done just for the charity.

Charity used to be about people dedicating their time like people dedicating their money. Now it is to earn as much as you can from it yourself. While getting tax breaks as you are a registered charity.
#23
jaystan
Justme1969
seanmorris100
Gotta love people who think the charity actually get anything, I used to work for a charity and everyone there was on silly wage for a charity! I know where the funds go and its certainly not on the poor buggers who deserve it ill tell you that for free!

That depends - obviously charities have to operate like a business, generate money, pay wages etc. There are corrupt individuals, I have known a few, but you made too broad a generalisation as not all "charities" **** the money up the wall. If that was the case where you worked, you should step forward, contact the commission & hold these ones to account. I think most of us realise that the broad majority of human systems have bad apples. That's just humans being humans ;-)

I don't think charities should run like a business. The reason they do is there is money to be made. There are far too many charities. Cancer Research UK 10p in every £1 goes to the Charity. Rest to fund six figure CEO's etc. Same goes for Humble really. It is done because it is profitable. If you see their offices and the holidays and days out the staff get to go on it is not done just for the charity.

Charity used to be about people dedicating their time like people dedicating their money. Now it is to earn as much as you can from it yourself. While getting tax breaks as you are a registered charity.

More than 10% goes to the people that need it. For most charities about 80-90% of donations goes towards helping people. The numbers you're suggesting are crazy. All charities are audited, regulated, and exist to help people.
The only possible 'scammers', are the private companies trying to get people to make a donation to charity through them. The company then take a large percentage as 'commission'. Those companies may be slightly unethical, but you'd have to ask the charities themselves their opinions on them.
Any funds are better than no funds, is maybe their point of view.
banned#24
Anonknowmouse
jaystan
Justme1969
seanmorris100
Gotta love people who think the charity actually get anything, I used to work for a charity and everyone there was on silly wage for a charity! I know where the funds go and its certainly not on the poor buggers who deserve it ill tell you that for free!

That depends - obviously charities have to operate like a business, generate money, pay wages etc. There are corrupt individuals, I have known a few, but you made too broad a generalisation as not all "charities" **** the money up the wall. If that was the case where you worked, you should step forward, contact the commission & hold these ones to account. I think most of us realise that the broad majority of human systems have bad apples. That's just humans being humans ;-)

I don't think charities should run like a business. The reason they do is there is money to be made. There are far too many charities. Cancer Research UK 10p in every £1 goes to the Charity. Rest to fund six figure CEO's etc. Same goes for Humble really. It is done because it is profitable. If you see their offices and the holidays and days out the staff get to go on it is not done just for the charity.

Charity used to be about people dedicating their time like people dedicating their money. Now it is to earn as much as you can from it yourself. While getting tax breaks as you are a registered charity.

More than 10% goes to the people that need it. For most charities about 80-90% of donations goes towards helping people. The numbers you're suggesting are crazy. All charities are audited, regulated, and exist to help people.
The only possible 'scammers', are the private companies trying to get people to make a donation to charity through them. The company then take a large percentage as 'commission'. Those companies may be slightly unethical, but you'd have to ask the charities themselves their opinions on them.
Any funds are better than no funds, is maybe their point of view.

Yes they are audited just like anybody else. When you pay CEO's ridiculous figures, partnerships and other dealings, advertising and so on. I know someone who worked at cancer research and they said they would never give again as only 10p in the £1 went to the charity. The money gets taken up. The bigger the charity. The more they spend. Any money is better than no money sure. When it could be so much more without them being run like a business and if there were less people earning off it (not thousands of charities and ridiculous pay) then those charities would have got so much more. I dont mind giving to charity but at the same time i dont want to pay somebodies wage.

Edited By: jaystan on Jan 05, 2015 12:23
#25
Decent deal but the logo looks like a straw that's been dropped in a dog log.
#26
Unlike the SGDQ bundle last year is one has the "Choose where your money goes" is open so you can give nothing to charity if it bothers you.

CallumGH
I think the $30 bundle is the one to go for here, especially as it all goes to the PCF that AGDQ is raising money for.
Actually if you read the page and opened the "Choose where your money goes" tab you would find that by default 20% goes to PCF. Even if you max that for the $30 donation only $10 will go at most for spending that. Why? "To cover costs for physical merchandise a deduction of $20 plus taxes will be made for qualifying bundles. Custom payment split ratios still apply to remaining payment."

I appreciate that the merchandise isn't free to produce or ship but it is something you should consider rather than ignorantly spouting complete and utter lies.
#27
jaystan
Anonknowmouse
jaystan
Justme1969
seanmorris100
Gotta love people who think the charity actually get anything, I used to work for a charity and everyone there was on silly wage for a charity! I know where the funds go and its certainly not on the poor buggers who deserve it ill tell you that for free!

That depends - obviously charities have to operate like a business, generate money, pay wages etc. There are corrupt individuals, I have known a few, but you made too broad a generalisation as not all "charities" **** the money up the wall. If that was the case where you worked, you should step forward, contact the commission & hold these ones to account. I think most of us realise that the broad majority of human systems have bad apples. That's just humans being humans ;-)

I don't think charities should run like a business. The reason they do is there is money to be made. There are far too many charities. Cancer Research UK 10p in every £1 goes to the Charity. Rest to fund six figure CEO's etc. Same goes for Humble really. It is done because it is profitable. If you see their offices and the holidays and days out the staff get to go on it is not done just for the charity.

Charity used to be about people dedicating their time like people dedicating their money. Now it is to earn as much as you can from it yourself. While getting tax breaks as you are a registered charity.

More than 10% goes to the people that need it. For most charities about 80-90% of donations goes towards helping people. The numbers you're suggesting are crazy. All charities are audited, regulated, and exist to help people.
The only possible 'scammers', are the private companies trying to get people to make a donation to charity through them. The company then take a large percentage as 'commission'. Those companies may be slightly unethical, but you'd have to ask the charities themselves their opinions on them.
Any funds are better than no funds, is maybe their point of view.

Yes they are audited just like anybody else. When you pay CEO's ridiculous figures, partnerships and other dealings, advertising and so on. I know someone who worked at cancer research and they said they would never give again as only 10p in the £1 went to the charity. The money gets taken up. The bigger the charity. The more they spend. Any money is better than no money sure. When it could be so much more without them being run like a business and if there were less people earning off it (not thousands of charities and ridiculous pay) then those charities would have got so much more. I dont mind giving to charity but at the same time i dont want to pay somebodies wage.

The short answer is that it costs money to make money. Of course, in an ideal world each and every one of us would spend one hour a day with those in need, help them with food and medicine etc. This way you would probably spend 70-80% of the amount you want to donate to help someone. The other 20-30 percent would go towards traveling costs, time spent etc.

Now, I only know a couple of people who actually do that. Most of us prefer to pay someone to look after the less fortunate and this is why charity is a business model. And a good one at that!

There is a lot to say on this but I think I'll leave Dan Pallota speak more about it
banned#28
drbrainsol
jaystan
Anonknowmouse
jaystan
Justme1969
seanmorris100
Gotta love people who think the charity actually get anything, I used to work for a charity and everyone there was on silly wage for a charity! I know where the funds go and its certainly not on the poor buggers who deserve it ill tell you that for free!


That depends - obviously charities have to operate like a business, generate money, pay wages etc. There are corrupt individuals, I have known a few, but you made too broad a generalisation as not all "charities" **** the money up the wall. If that was the case where you worked, you should step forward, contact the commission & hold these ones to account. I think most of us realise that the broad majority of human systems have bad apples. That's just humans being humans ;-)


I don't think charities should run like a business. The reason they do is there is money to be made. There are far too many charities. Cancer Research UK 10p in every £1 goes to the Charity. Rest to fund six figure CEO's etc. Same goes for Humble really. It is done because it is profitable. If you see their offices and the holidays and days out the staff get to go on it is not done just for the charity.

Charity used to be about people dedicating their time like people dedicating their money. Now it is to earn as much as you can from it yourself. While getting tax breaks as you are a registered charity.


More than 10% goes to the people that need it. For most charities about 80-90% of donations goes towards helping people. The numbers you're suggesting are crazy. All charities are audited, regulated, and exist to help people.
The only possible 'scammers', are the private companies trying to get people to make a donation to charity through them. The company then take a large percentage as 'commission'. Those companies may be slightly unethical, but you'd have to ask the charities themselves their opinions on them.
Any funds are better than no funds, is maybe their point of view.


Yes they are audited just like anybody else. When you pay CEO's ridiculous figures, partnerships and other dealings, advertising and so on. I know someone who worked at cancer research and they said they would never give again as only 10p in the £1 went to the charity. The money gets taken up. The bigger the charity. The more they spend. Any money is better than no money sure. When it could be so much more without them being run like a business and if there were less people earning off it (not thousands of charities and ridiculous pay) then those charities would have got so much more. I dont mind giving to charity but at the same time i dont want to pay somebodies wage.


The short answer is that it costs money to make money. Of course, in an ideal world each and every one of us would spend one hour a day with those in need, help them with food and medicine etc. This way you would probably spend 70-80% of the amount you want to donate to help someone. The other 20-30 percent would go towards traveling costs, time spent etc.

Now, I only know a couple of people who actually do that. Most of us prefer to pay someone to look after the less fortunate and this is why charity is a business model. And a good one at that!

There is a lot to say on this but I think I'll leave Dan Pallota speak more about it


Too many people paying too much money. Cancer should have one charity. That is it. One CEO to pay. One set of staff. It is not because if you have many then you have many people earning and taking money. I would rather pay money to a charity not paying staff and a CEO though no matter what the charity is. Even if 50% goes to the actual charity i don't want 50% off the money paying somebody not in need of charity a wage.


Edited By: jaystan on Jan 05, 2015 15:43: edit
1 Like #29
ODDWORLD is hands down the best platformer i have ever played, get it ( i hate platformers )
#30
jaystan
Cancer Research UK 10p in every £1 goes to the Charity.
I would suggest you go to their site and download their annual report, then you'll see just how far out you are. Most major charities spend about 20% on non charity expense (wages, admin etc) and cancer research are no different. Whilst I sort of agree with your point about the huge salaries some at the top get paid, when a charity gets to a certain size they have to employ whoever is qualified enough to run a concern of that size. I don't agree with it, but it's unavoidable I think.

Edited By: JDPower on Jan 05, 2015 21:43
banned#31
JDPower
jaystan
Cancer Research UK 10p in every £1 goes to the Charity.

I would suggest you go to their site and download their annual report, then you'll see just how far out you are. Most major charities spend about 20% on non charity expense (wages, admin etc) and cancer research are no different. Whilst I sort of agree with your point about the huge salaries some at the top get paid, when a charity gets to a certain size they have to employ whoever is qualified enough to run a concern of that size. I don't agree with it, but it's unavoidable I think.


But if there is one charity for Cancer say. There is one guy at the top to run it. One guy to pay that wage. Less staff overall than hundreds of charities all for the same cause. Why so many ? Money is to be made.

I must admit it was about 10 years ago when i heard that from someone who worked there and said they would never give again. Just looked at the reports. £490 million donated. Just under £100 million not given to a Charity. No real information on how much to who.

For Charity shops up to 73p of every pound you spent went into the business. Looking into it maybe she worked at a shop ?


Income Cost Profit

Cancer Res Campaign 227 14.5m 11.7m 2.8m[/b]

http://www.independent.co.uk/money/money-charity-shops-and-the-cash-that-wont-reach-the-needy-1276435.html







Edited By: jaystan on Jan 06, 2015 01:48: edit
#32
Always best to check facts like that, I'm sure there's not many whose lives haven't been touched by the sodding disease, would hate to see people put off donating through false rumours (the same thing happened during the whole ice bucket challenge too with a certain pic being shared all over Facebook about the ALC charity only using about 20% to help those with the illness. It was complete **** but it got thousands of shares by people just taking it at face value)

As for your thoughts on why there's so many charities - I think I've actually found someone who can out-cynic me :D

Edited By: JDPower on Jan 06, 2015 02:17
#33
vashuclash
Also T shirt and artwork for 30 USD plus delivery
You should change this to; Two T shirts and artwork for 30 USD delivered.
Its free international shipping.

For ~£20 for 2 T-Shirts plus buttons and artwork (delivered), 7 games, 2 DLC, Twitch Turbo 30-Day Subscription and XSplit Premium 3-Month Subscription with as much or as little of the money going to charity as you wish.

Its the first HumbleBundle deal where the merchandise has been worth the price.
IMO the best HumbleBundle for a long time, if only because of the sweet Odd World t shirt
#34
jaystan
Anonknowmouse
jaystan
Justme1969
seanmorris100
Gotta love people who think the charity actually get anything, I used to work for a charity and everyone there was on silly wage for a charity! I know where the funds go and its certainly not on the poor buggers who deserve it ill tell you that for free!

That depends - obviously charities have to operate like a business, generate money, pay wages etc. There are corrupt individuals, I have known a few, but you made too broad a generalisation as not all "charities" **** the money up the wall. If that was the case where you worked, you should step forward, contact the commission & hold these ones to account. I think most of us realise that the broad majority of human systems have bad apples. That's just humans being humans ;-)

I don't think charities should run like a business. The reason they do is there is money to be made. There are far too many charities. Cancer Research UK 10p in every £1 goes to the Charity. Rest to fund six figure CEO's etc. Same goes for Humble really. It is done because it is profitable. If you see their offices and the holidays and days out the staff get to go on it is not done just for the charity.

Charity used to be about people dedicating their time like people dedicating their money. Now it is to earn as much as you can from it yourself. While getting tax breaks as you are a registered charity.

More than 10% goes to the people that need it. For most charities about 80-90% of donations goes towards helping people. The numbers you're suggesting are crazy. All charities are audited, regulated, and exist to help people.
The only possible 'scammers', are the private companies trying to get people to make a donation to charity through them. The company then take a large percentage as 'commission'. Those companies may be slightly unethical, but you'd have to ask the charities themselves their opinions on them.
Any funds are better than no funds, is maybe their point of view.

Yes they are audited just like anybody else. When you pay CEO's ridiculous figures, partnerships and other dealings, advertising and so on. I know someone who worked at cancer research and they said they would never give again as only 10p in the £1 went to the charity. The money gets taken up. The bigger the charity. The more they spend. Any money is better than no money sure. When it could be so much more without them being run like a business and if there were less people earning off it (not thousands of charities and ridiculous pay) then those charities would have got so much more. I dont mind giving to charity but at the same time i dont want to pay somebodies wage.
Their accounts for 2014:
http://www.cancerresearchuk.org/sites/default/files/annual_report_and_accounts_2013-14.pdf
On page 16:
'% available to beat cancer
We continue to focus on driving efficiencies and 82% of every
£ donated was available to beat cancer (2013: 82%). As in the
previous year, the calculation excludes the profit from the sale of
property, trading income and expenditure associated with events,
registration fees and the products donated and sold in our shops.'
banned#35
Anonknowmouse

Their accounts for 2014:
http://www.cancerresearchuk.org/sites/default/files/annual_report_and_accounts_2013-14.pdf
On page 16:
'% available to beat cancer
We continue to focus on driving efficiencies and 82% of every
£ donated was available to beat cancer (2013: 82%). As in the
previous year, the calculation excludes the profit from the sale of
property, trading income and expenditure associated with events,
registration fees and the products donated and sold in our shops.
'


Seems there is plenty not included then :)

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