Humble Bundle releasing a new bundle everyday for 14 days

Humble Daily We all know how crazy Humble Bundle is right? The game bundle that allows you to choose how much you would pay for the bundle, all the way down to a measly $1? Well, they are going all out for the rest of May. Ready your wallets, because Humble Bundle will be offering a new bundle everyday for 14 days. Can you resist the urge? 

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We thought their Spring Sale was an amazing sale for the Summer, but they really want your money. This bundle is of course for the developers and it? The first bundle in the Humble Daily Bundle is a re-bundle of Deep Siver's Games. You know, Dead Island, Saint's Row? Those games. If your on the cheap side, you can get 4 games for as low as $1, go a little higher like $6 will add five more games to the bundle, pay more than $9 and you get Dead Island and everything else below. Great stuff. Again, it's for charity, so think about that as we pile up our already crowded backlog.

Check the Humble Daily Bundle here. And if none of the games listed interest you, check back tomorrow or the day before that for a new bundle. Heck, check their Spring Sale at the Humble Store, you might find that game you've always wanted at a discount.


Humble Origin Bundle is a complete steal


HumbleOriginsBundle A new Humble Bundle has gone live and is called the Humble Origin Bundle, which gives you 8 Origin games for less than $5. I'm not a fan with EA's Origin system, but this bundle is such a steal, I can't help but make an exception. 

What's amazing about these bundles is that you can choose how much you want to spend for the bundle. No matter what price you decide on, you get Dead Space 1, Dead Space 3, Burnout Paradise: Ultimate Box, Mirror's Edge, Crysis 2, and Medal of Honor. If you spend more than the average amount (currently $4.60), you are rewarded with two more games - Battlefield 3 and The Sims 3 + some starter packs.

If you really don't want to use EA's Origin system, some games will include Steam keys.

The best part is that all the money collected from this Humble Bundle goes directly to charity, not to EA. We also get to choose which charity's get your money. You're not only getting games for cheap, you are also giving back to charity.

The bundle has only been online for hours and already they have raised over $2 million.

Head over to the Humble Bundle site now to check it out.