Grab BioShock Infinite, Beholder, Punch Club and more for less than $7 in Humble’s Staff Picks Bundle
Take a trip to the cloud city of Columbia in BioShock Infinite for less than the cost of a sandwich.
It wouldn't be much of a new year without a new Humble Bundle chock full of gaming goodies, and Humble's first gaming grab bag is as good a way to kick off 2018 as any.
Dubbed the Humble Staff Picks Bundle, all the games on offer have been hand-picked by Humble mascot Scribble, a purple dog with a cheery yet slightly perturbing grin. Looks aside, ol' Scribble has solid taste in video games. Her bundle combines the high-seas adventuring of Tempest, the ninja stealth action of Aragami, the conspiracy-laden oppression of Beholder and the false utopia of BioShock Infinite in one compelling package priced at a ridiculous discount for what you're getting. In fact, for BioShock Infinite alone, the cost of entry is worth it.
As is usual with Humble Bundles, how much you choose to pay determines what games you'll get, with higher price tiers including all games in lower price tiers as well. You can also choose where your money goes, with the ability to adjust the split of proceeds between the developers of the games, your preferred charity and Humble itself.
Check out the full run-down of the Humble Staff Picks Bundle below:
Pay US$1/AU$1.28 or more
- Punch Club
Beat the Average (currently US$5.33/AU$6.81)
- BioShock Infinite
Pay more than US$12/AU$15.33
- Shenzhen I/O
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