$1 Gets You Some Quality Games in This New Humble Bundle

Shadow Complex and Killing Floor are two games you can get for just $1.

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The latest Humble Bundle has been revealed, and this one focuses on games made with Unreal Engine. It includes awesome action games like Shadow Complex and Killing Floor, as well as slower, story-focused games such as The Vanishing of Ethan Carter and Adrift. You can see it here.

As always, you can pay what you want for the bundle and get a selection of games based on how much you chip in. Paying more than a dollar gets you Killing Floor, Shadow Complex, and Dangerous Golf, while paying more than the average ($3.75 as of publishing time) adds The Vanishing of Ethan Carter, Adrift, and The Mean Greens: Plastic Warfare to your bundle. Lastly, you can get an additional game, The Culling, if you pay more than $10.

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Like previous bundles, you can choose where your money goes. You can split it up between the game's developers, charity, the Unreal Developer Grant, and a tip for Humble. The supported charity this time is Girls Make Games, which is a series of summer camps, workshops, and game jams that hope to "inspire the next generation of designers, creators, and engineers." However, you can also choose your own charity if you wish. The Unreal Developer Grant goes towards funding "innovative projects built in and around Unreal Engine 4."

The bundle is available for purchase until November 22 at 11 AM PT. You can see and buy it for yourself here. The full list of contents can be seen below.

Pay $1 or more

  • Killing Floor (and Community Weapon packs 1-3 + Chickenator DLC)
  • Dangerous Golf
  • Shadow Complex

Pay more than the average ($3.74 as of publishing)

  • The Vanishing of Ethan Carter
  • Adrift
  • The Mean Greens: Plastic Warfare
  • And everything above

Pay $10 or more

  • The Culling (Early Access)
  • And everything above

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