ByRob Harris, writer at
Sometimes I play video games.
Rob Harris

Humble Bundle -- the world's most virtuous digital storefront for games -- is back with an offer far too good to refuse. This time good guy Ubisoft has joined the charitable fray, selling off titles from their biggest franchises at bargain prices.

Himble Bundle's pay-what-you-want system has proved to be a huge success amongst gamers, with its tiered system adding more games to the bundle based on how much you're willing to spend.

Pay $1 or more to unlock...

'Call of Juarez: Gunslinger'

A Western-set first person shooter that features slow motion bullet-time, sweaty palmed duels and an impressive period appropriate armoury.

'Grow Home'

This indie gem came out of absolutely nowhere to win over the industry's hearts with its free-form gameplay and uniquely tactile controls.

'Rayman Origins'

A masterclass in traditional platforming, Rayman Origins is vast, addictive and stunningly beautiful.

Pay more than the average ($7.71 at the time of writing) to also unlock...

'Far Cry 3'

Explore a tropical island filled with exotic wildlife, quad bikes and a particularly memorable murderous sociopath.

'Splinter Cell Blacklist'

It's not the best entry in Ubisoft's staple stealth franchise, but Blacklist is a solid and exhilarating outing for super-spy Sam Fisher.

'Assassin's Creed Chronicles: China'

This spin-off title might seem like the core series' underfed little brother, but what it lacks in scale it makes up for in tightly tuned action that, unlike certain other games, actually respects your time.

Oh, and some of your money will be going to one of the charities Humble bundle supports, such as Child's Play, the Electronic Frontier Foundation, charity: water, the American Red Cross and the Wikimedia Foundation.


Which game is your pick of the bunch?

[Source: HumbleBundle]


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