Humble Freedom Bundle Donations Go To The ACLU

Humble Freedom Bundle Donations Go To The ACLU

Get Stardew Valley, The Witness, Nuclear Throne, and more while helping the American Civil Liberties Union.

Humble Bundle has launched the massive Humble Freedom Bundle, a collection of 47 items in the normal pay-what-you-want style. Proceeds from the bundle go to the American Civil Liberties Union, International Rescue Committee, and Doctors Without Borders, with Humble matching the first $300,000 raised with its own money.

Currently, buyers can pay $30 or more to unlock everything.

"The Humble Freedom Bundle was a joint idea from our employees and a number of game developers, including Double Fine and Wolfire Games," Humble founder Jeffrey Rosen told Polygon.

"As we started to contact game developers about the idea, it was clear that this bundle was very important to many people and something that needed to happen. We humbly united lots of people with similar feelings. We decided to donate $300,000 of our own funds when we saw the magnitude of games that developers were donating. Every team at Humble Bundle worked tirelessly to put this together in less than a week."

The list of games and books is rather great. The list includes semi-recent titles like Stardew Valley, The Witness, Nuclear Throne, Song of the Deep, and Subnautica, alongside older games like Mini Metro, Thirty Flights of Loving, Invisible Inc, Super Meat Boy, The Stanley Parable, and Super Hexagon. The books include Garth Ennis' The Boys Vol. 1 and Cory Doctorow's Information Doesn't Want To Be Free in audiobook format.

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