The majority of Australia caught on fire earlier this year. I mean, literally caught on fire thanks to the worst wildfires seen in decades. Large regions of the country were devastated since the fire season began in late July 2019. Unfortunately, it doesn’t seem like the fires are going to stop any time soon. The death toll is massive, with millions of animals dying and countless more left homeless.
Thankfully, the world doesn’t turn a blind eye to a region in need. Multiple organizations have started relief charity efforts to help Australia during these dark times. Now, it’s time for Humble Bundle to be part of the cause. Humble has started an Australia Fire Relief bundle. The bundle includes 29 incredible games for $25 USD.
Humble Australia Relief Bundle
This Humble Bundle doesn’t pull any punches. It includes several widely-loved titles to make a stellar collection that incentivizes people to purchase it. For $25 USD, you’ll take $424 of amazing goodies, like:
- Hollow Knight
- Void Bastards
- Euro Truck Simulator 2 (with the Australian Paint Job Pack)
- Duck Game
- Hand of Fate 2
- The Adventure Pals
- Regular Human Basketball
- Satellite Reign
- Hacknet (with the Hacknet Labyrinths DLC)
- Mr. Shifty
- Primal Carnage: Extinction
- Assault Android Cacus+
- The Haunted Island, a Frog Detective Game
- Framed Collection
- Think of the Children
- Tower of Guns
- Rising Dusk
- Death Squared
- Quest of Dungeons
- The Stillness of the Wind
- The Gardens Between
- Paper Fire Rookie
- Masquerade: The Baubles of Doom
Similar to other Bundles, you’ll be able to claim these games on Steam. This special bundle will only be available throughout the duration of the week. So, get yours while you can to support a great cause and get a bunch of incredible games.
Which Charities Does the Bundle Help?
So, where do all the money proceedings go with the latest Humble Bundle? All the proceeds gathered by this Bundle will go to a wildlife charity that will help displaced animals. These charities include the Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (RSPCA) Australia; NSW Wildlife Information Rescue and Education Service (WIRES); and the World Wildlife Fund (WWF).
The Bundle’s performance certainly isn’t shabby. At the time of writing, the bundle has sold over 20,000 bundles. Making for a total of $500,000+ in sales. If you want to help Australia recover from this horrendous fire and receive some games while doing so, this is a great time to do it.
What do you think about the recent Australia wildfires? Are you going to contribute to the Humble Australia Fire Relief Bundle? Which games on the list are your favorite? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below.