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The Humble Jumbo Bundle 11

More awesome games for you. The Jumbo Bundle makes its triumphant 2018 return! Get games like Orwell: Keeping an Eye on You, Domina and Obduction. Plus, your purchase will support a charity of your choice!

Pay what you want. Normally, the total cost for these games is as much as $133. Here at Humble Bundle, though, you choose the price!

DRM-free and on Steam. All of the games in this bundle are available on Steam for Windows, and some for Mac and Linux too. Orwell: Keeping an Eye on You is also available DRM-free. Pay $1 or more to access Steam keys. Please check out the full system requirements here prior to purchasing.

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    Beat the average price is dropping fast. I'll wait (probably 10 more minutes) for it to hit £3.00 then grab it.
    £2.99
    £2.98 lol 1p cheaper
    Back up to £2.99, so I bit. For other using PayPal, it's actually £3.10.

    Scandalous!
    Not as exciting as previous Jumbo bundles, re-bundled games and DLC's. Good for those who missed the games initially. First tier is great for Domina.
    The email with the keys took around 45mins to get to me - just a warning
    pRxda20th Mar

    Not as exciting as previous Jumbo bundles, re-bundled games and DLC's. …Not as exciting as previous Jumbo bundles, re-bundled games and DLC's. Good for those who missed the games initially. First tier is great for Domina.


    Rusty Lake: Roots and Kingdom: New Lands are well-received too. N++ at the second tier, Tropica 5 if you don't already have it...

    Tier 1 Reviews:
    Kingdom: New Lands Reviews of an earlier/alternative version: Metacritic: 87% (5 critics, 5.7 from 17 users), Steam: Very Positive 89% (1927 reviews)
    Rusty Lake: Roots Metacritic: 75% (4 critics), Steam: Overwhelmingly Positive 95% (1266 reviews)
    Domina Metacritic: 73% (4 critics, 6.8 from 12 users), Steam: Very Positive 86% (3338 reviews)

    Tier 2 BTA (updated 2018/03/27):
    N++ (NPLUSPLUS) Metacritic: 90% (4 critics, 7.5 from 13 users), Steam: Overwhelmingly Positive 97% (844 reviews)
    Kathy Rain Metacritic: 77% (24 critics, 7.2 from 44 users), Steam: Very Positive 94% (533 reviews)
    Orwell: Keeping an Eye On You Metacritic: 77% (177 critics, 7.2 from 61 users), Steam: Very Positive 92% (3422 reviews)
    Tropico 5 Metacritic: 75% (51 critics, 7 from 359 users), Steam: Mostly Positive 77% (6178 reviews)
    Tropico 5 - Espionage (DLC) Steam: Positive 84% (46 reviews)
    Tropico 5 - Waterborne (DLC) Steam: Mostly Positive 74% (54 reviews)
    Flat Kingdom Paper's Cut Edition Metacritic: 60% (5 critics), Steam: Positive 81% (37 reviews)

    Tier 3:
    Obduction Metacritic: 76% (31 critics, 7.8 from 128 users), Steam: Mostly Positive 78% (1333 reviews)

    Nerdcubed on N++

    Jesse Cox on Rusty Lake: Roots
    Edited by: "EQL" 3rd Apr
    Another steam only bundle. Humble are going really heavy on the steam keys of late compared to what they used to offer.
    Excellent bundle for those who aren't Humble Monthly subscribers, still decent for those who are. For N++ I'm in for BTA (at $4.17) for now, but Obduction is on my wishlist so I'll probably bump that up to top-tier. Either way, I'll not be making any substantial Steam purchases for the next week now, given that we finally have a "more to scome" bundle again.

    Orwell is excellent, people - please do try it!

    Oh, and as always, for any spare keys, donations to my weekly giveaways are always very welcome

    hotukdeals.com/dis…949

    Edited by: "Illusionary" 20th Mar
    BTA £3.70 for me.
    Illusionary3 h, 26 m ago

    Excellent bundle for those who aren't Humble Monthly subscribers, still …Excellent bundle for those who aren't Humble Monthly subscribers, still decent for those who are. For N++ I'm in for BTA (at $4.17) for now, but Obduction is on my wishlist so I'll probably bump that up to top-tier. Either way, I'll not be making any substantial Steam purchases for the next week now, given that we finally have a "more to scome" bundle again.Orwell is excellent, people - please do try it!Oh, and as always, for any spare keys, donations to my weekly giveaways are always very welcome https://www.hotukdeals.com/discussions/weekly-game-codes-giveaway-211-2909949[Image]


    I think I'll plump for Tier 2 because of N++ too. I noticed that when I subscribe to Tier 1, I lock in the Tier 2 price at that time, so I can upgrade later (if I decide the tier is good enough).

    I am so easily impressed by the scrolling background of the Humble Bundle.
    Edited by: "EQL" 21st Mar
    EQL17 m ago

    I think I'll plump for Tier 2 because of N++ too. I noticed that when I …I think I'll plump for Tier 2 because of N++ too. I noticed that when I subscribe to Tier 1, I lock in the Tier 2 price at that time, so I can upgrade later (if I decide the tier is good enough).I am so easily impressed by the scrolling background of the Humble Bundle.


    Yep, it's always worked that way - your BTA price is based on what it was when you purchase any tier.
    Illusionary7 h, 26 m ago

    Yep, it's always worked that way - your BTA price is based on what it was …Yep, it's always worked that way - your BTA price is based on what it was when you purchase any tier.



    N++ was Top ($10) tier in the Humble Overwhelmingly Positive Bundle in Jan 2017. Otherwise it is only generally on sale (non--grey market) at £5.49. G2A seem to be offering at around £2.
    obduction...... doies this version support VR or do i have to buy a separate version
    bigmike20vt21st Mar

    obduction...... doies this version support VR or do i have to buy a …obduction...... doies this version support VR or do i have to buy a separate version


    Yep. I just bought the bundle and Obduction has appeared in the VR section of my Steam library. As far as I can see this version of the game supports VR.
    i bagged it too, not got to pc to try it yet.
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