Get your strategy on with the latest Humble Bundle

Matt Sayer 4 October 2017 NEWS


Space, fantasy and politics collide in this collection of cheap strategy games.

Humble Bundle has rolled out its latest value-packed game bundle, and this one's packing the goods for fans of tactics and strategy.

Featuring standout titles from the catalogue of renowned strategy game developer Stardock, the Humble Stardock Bundle kicks things off with the turn-based fantasy RPG Sorcerer King: Rivals and the presidential conflict of The Political Machine 2016, both of which can be yours for as little as US$1.

If you're more of a space strategist than the fantasy type, beating the average payment will score you Sins of a Solar Empire: Rebellion and Galactic Civilisations III, two tremendously deep grand strategy titles you could easily lose hundreds of hours to.

More machinations await in the full Humble Stardock Bundle, as you can see below:

Pay more than US$1/AU$1.28

  • Sorcerer King: Rivals
  • Fallen Enchantress
  • The Political Machine 2016
  • The Corporate Machine

Beat the average (currently US$5.98/AU$7.63)

  • Sins of a Solar Empire: Rebellion
  • Galactic Civilisations III
  • Fallen Enchantress Ultimate Edition

Pay more than US$15/AU$19.14

  • Offworld Trading Company
  • Galactic Civilisations III: Crusade Expansion
  • Ashes of the Singularity: Escalation

Grab the Humble Stardock Bundle at Humble Bundle

If you're looking for even more deals, check out Humble Bundle's Best for Less sale, or our round-up of this week's best game deals.

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