The Humble Paradox 2018 Bundle is now live

What do you think of this selection of Paradox games?

The Humble Paradox 2018 Bundle is now live

The Humble Paradox 2018 Bundle is now live

Humble has released their Paradox Interactive 2018 bundle, delivering a range of up to eight PC strategy games at bargain prices. All of these games can be redeemed on Steam, with most of the titles in this bundle being available to play on PC, Mac and Linux.  

Like most Humble Bundles, revenue raised will be shared between developers, Humble themselves and a charity, with the World Land Trust being selected as the chosen charity for the Humble Staff Picks Scribble Bundle. By default, only 15% of the revenue raised will go to charity, with 20% going to Humble and 65% going to the developers of the games included in the bundle. These numbers can be changed by users, allowing all the money raised from specific donations to got to charity if the user wishes.

Those who purchase this bundle can also choose to give money to a different charity if they wish, with hundreds of options to choose from. 

Pay $1

- Cities in Motion 2
- Magika 2
- Majesty 2 Collection

Pay more than Average (currently $5.33)

- Crusader Kings II (The Old Gods DLC)
- Pillars of Eternity
- Hearts of Iron III Collection
- Europa Universalis III Complete

Pay $12

- Stellaris  

The Humble Paradox 2018 Bundle is now live


Those who are interested in the Humble Paradox Interactive Bundle can view it and purchase it from the Humble Store

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Most Recent Comments

23-01-2018, 16:54:12

Don't really think it's worth it tbh. Getting old games and then only 2 new(ish) strategy games. One of which is only DLC for a game that has 28DLCs and another game that has 10 DLCs and both with all DLCs will cost you over $200.

So no I don't agree with it being bargain prices. Only because everybody says you need all the DLC to enjoy CK2 and Stellaris.Quote

23-01-2018, 17:35:49

There was a time i'd back Paradox because their DLC was worth it, a complete new play style but now their DLC isn't that great only small changes and it's like every other month a new dlc for 1 of their games is outQuote

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