Humble Bundle launches Spring Sale

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Humble Bundle’s Humble Store has a sale on, and some titles are up to a massive 90% off. Today you can pick up Hotline Miami for just £1.49 – bargain.

Those fine folks over at Humble Bundle launched their Spring Sale yesterday. The sale includes a whopping 90% off some games for PC, Max, Linux and even Android. Of course, as ever, a portion of the proceeds received for the sale of the games will go to charity, 10% of each sale in fact. So it’s a win-win, you get awesome discounts, charities get funding – nice!

One of the charities which the sales could benefit is the World Land Trust, who work to protect and conserve the world’s most important habitats. Take a look at their website to learn more about who they are and what they do.

Yesterday was the first day of the Spring Sale, and those deals are now over, but worry not, there are more great deals to be had until they’re switched around at 10am PDT (Pacific Daylight Time)/6pm BST (British Summer Time) tomorrow. Alongside the deals which change every 24 hours, there are Flash Sales which will be announced via Humble Bundle’s Twitter – these sale items will only be available at their discounted price for 8 hours, so act fast. Take a look at some of the new deals posted in the Humble Bundle blog today, below.

  • Final Fantasy 7 - 50% off
  • Final Fantasy 8 - 50% off
  • Deus Ex: Human Revolution Directors Cut - 75% off
  • Thief (2014) - 50% off
  • Hotline Miami - 75% off
  • Space Hulk - 75% off
  • Teleglitch: Die More Edition - 75% off

Current Flash Sales:

  • · Natural Selection 2 – 90%
  • · Crusader Kings 2 Collection – 85% off

If you’re stuck for which games to choose, we highly recommend either of the Final Fantasy games, although 7 is the better of the two, in my opinion. Deus Ex: Human Revolution is a solid FPS experience, and Hotline Miami is total trip that will transport you into the 80s.

The Humble Bundle Spring Sale runs for the next two weeks until 21 May.

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