Stand With Ukraine Bundle Raises Over $10 Million for Relief
Ukrainian relief efforts continue as the Russian invasion roars on. One of the best ways in the gaming community we see relief efforts is through game bundles. In fact, an entire company runs on charitable efforts guided by great games, books, comics, and more. The latest Humble Bundle is tackling the war in Ukraine with some impressive success thus far. The Stand With Ukraine Bundle from Humble Bundle officially crossed the $10 million mark and will continue through the week. If you’re looking for a collection of great games, then you’ll definitely want to look at what’s included in this bundle. Not to mention, you’ll be directly supporting the people of Ukraine. Here’s everything you need to know about the Ukraine relief game bundle everyone is talking about.
Stand with Ukraine Bundle Raises Over $10 Million by Grouping Game, Comic, and Book Deals
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The Stand With Ukraine Humble Bundle takes a ton of different game, comic, and software options and puts them into a great way to support aid in the war-torn country. Over $2000 of content is included in this latest Humble Bundle. 100% of the money donated is directly given to charitable organizations working to help the people of Ukraine. These organizations include Razom for Ukraine, International Rescue Committee, International Medical Corps, and Direct Relief. These organizations are working around the clock to help those in need.
Even with over $10 million in sales, plus countless other charitable efforts, these organizations still need funding to continue helping the people. If you haven’t already, then you might want to pick up this bundle to grab some amazing content and help a dire cause. Unlike other Humble Bundle options, like the Humble Bundle Image Comics Deal, the funds are not split between developers, publishers, creators, and the company itself. Instead, all of your money goes right to these charitable organizations above.
With over 1,200 pieces of content that total above $2,500 in value, there’s something here for everyone. If you’re a gamer, then you’re in good hands. Readers will also definitely want to check out the books included as well. Additionally, there are software deals that help you create your own music, games, and more. Here are some of the standouts you might want to pick up for this amazing cause.
The Best Games, Books, and More to Entice You to Support
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Overall, helping out the efforts in Ukraine is worth donating just because. That said, a perk of a bundle like this is that you get a ton in return for your help. Humble worked with game creators, book publishers, and software makers around the globe to put this together. Overall, you get some really amazing stuff in here.
For gamers, you can pickup recent releases like Back 4 Blood, a title I favorably reviewed last year. There are older gems here too like Fable Anniversary, Slay The Spire, Brothers, and more. If you’re a fan of tabletop gaming and roleplaying, then you have a ton to look forward to as well. There are countless books from Pathfinder, Starfinder, and Warhammer Fantasy to explore. Any of these will make awesome additions to your game nights.
For software enthusiasts, you’ll get great subscriptions and full downloads of top software for various hobbies. These include GameMaker Studio 2 Creator (12 months), Music Maker EDM Edition, RPG Maker VX, & Polygon game dev assets. It sounds funny, but one of my favorite additions is actually a PDF software that helps you make PDFs out of anything. It’s not as flashy as a video game, but it’ll come in handy!
Once again, check out the Stand with Ukraine Bundle from Humble Bundle to explore a fun and easy way to help the people in need of assistance from Russian aggression. Thanks for reading Comic Years for all things gaming, comics, and pop culture.
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Taylor is the Gaming Editor of Comic Years and a lifelong fan of video games. He holds two degrees in Political Communication and wrote a Master's Thesis on resistance movements, race, and the exploitation of college athletes. His wife and two Toy Australian Sheppards keep him sane.
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