This month Kodansha and Humble Bundle are teaming up to deliver the ultimate digital manga library for a fraction of its typical cost. What they’re calling Kodansha’s Award-Winning (& Nominated) Humble Bundle contains over $1500 worth of the best content the company has under their umbrella, including Vinland Saga, Shangri-La Frontier, Witch Hat Atelier, What Did You Eat Yesterday?, and others. There are 135 digital volumes in all and they’re selling it for just $25.
The Attack On Titan anime is sure dragging its feet with the task of ending itself, but the manga is complete, if you want to know the ending now. In fact, if you were thinking about picking up the manga, this week is the perfect time, as Kodansha teams up with Humble Bundle to offer a ridiculous amount of AoT illustrated literature at a heavily reduced price.
Navigate the stars in a universe where gods, magic, and technology intersect and become the intergalactic hero you’ve always wanted to be in Paizo’s legendary science-fantasy tabletop role-playing game, Starfinder! This bundle has everything you’ll need to explore the galaxy, including the Starfinder Armory, Starfinder Operations Manual, Starfinder Adventure: Junker’s Delight (the first stand-alone adventure), and dozens more.
Last year, Kodansha and Humble Bundle teamed up to produce a charity bundle of digital manga, where thousands of pages could be had for greatly reduced prices. If you missed it, good news…it’s back, and bigger than ever.
Looking for some light reading? With one purchase you could be buried in it. Manga publisher Kodansha has teamed up with Humble Bundle to produce a giant digital bundle dedicated to the works of NISIOISIN, creator of the light novel series BAKEMONOGATARI.
Brutal Legend, Tim Schafer’s heavy metal-inspired action adventure romp, is available to purchase for free art the Humble Store. The special offer is open to anyone who has an active Steam account and the offer will end tomorrow, meaning you only have a limited time to grab it before it is removed. This version of the game also comes with two additional pieces of multiplayer DLC in the form of Hammer of Infinite Fate and Tears of Hexadon packs.
The original game launhed in 2009 and was developed by Double Fine Productions. Featuring the voice talent of Jack Black, Brutal Legend fused the action adventure genre along with elements of an RTS game to create a rather unique and distinctive experience. Unfortunately, poor sales meant that a planned sequel was canceled despite the positive critical reception it received.
Bennett Foddy, the man behind the frustrating yet addictive QWOP, is set to release his next game in October. Getting Over It is a physics-based game that takes inspiration from the freeware title Sexy Hiking by Jazzuo.
The Humble Store have launched their latest Humble Bundle, giving users the chance to get access to a number of high-profile games for a heavily discounted price. This includes Grim Fandango Remastered, Her Story, and Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel. As is usual, most of the games are available without DRM protection and are available for both Windows and Mac. A few of the titles can also be played on Linux.
Fans of Doctor Who and audiobooks are in luck, as the people over at Humble Bundle have launched a new promotion in aid of the British charity Children in Need. The bundle includes a collection of stories from both Doctor Who and its spinoff Torchwood, with the audiobooks all set across different eras of the long-running science fiction show.
Codemasters and Humble Bundle have teamed up to give everyone a Christmas treat this year, allowing anyone with an account for the website to get a free copy of the hit 2008 racing game. All that users have to do to take advantage of the offer is to head over to the Humble Store and claim the offer, which will provide you with a free Steam copy of the title. Even better, if you already have the game registered in your library you can simply gift the extra copy to a friend or family member.
Recently, a huge collection of classic Sierra games, such as Police Quest and Gabriel Knight, made their way to Steam. Now players can get their hands on dozens of the titles thanks to the latest Humble Bundle.
Over the last few days, Humble Bundle have been rolling out Gamepages, a new service offered to developers who want to build a website dedicated to selling their game. This is chiefly notable for developers who want to (or already do) sell their games through the Humble Widget, but don’t want to create and pay for a standalone website to host said widget. Speaking about why they decided to create Gamepages, Humble Bundle have said: