By 19 June 2020 | Categories: news


There are only a few days left to get hold of the Humble Fight for Racial Justice Bundle, a special one-week bundle featuring $1 200 USD worth of games, books, and comics for just $30 (R523 last checked). In the wake of the killing of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, and tragically many more in the Black community, Humble Bundle has teamed up with developers, publishers, and creators to help support organisations fighting for racial equity.

100% of the proceeds from your bundle purchase go to support organisations fighting for racial justice. This includes the  NAACP Legal Defense FundRace Forward, and The Bail Project, providing legal representation and assistance, protecting and expanding civil rights, and educating the public on racial injustice and slavery.

There are a number of top gaming titles in the bundle, with some of the games on offer including Bioshock Remastered, Football Manager 2020, Titan Quest Anniversary Edition, NBA 2K20 and Company of Heroes 2. There are 50 games in total, which includes some awesome indie games, enough to keep you occupied, at least until August.

If you want to take a break from the games, you can also delve into some great comics, including the Attack on Titan Anthology, which features reinterpretations of this megahit by talent such as Scott Snyder, Bitter Root Vol. 1, and Shaft: A Complicated Man.

To finish off the Humble Fight for Racial Justice Bundle, you get excellent books, including Solomon Northup’s Twelve Years a Slave, Black Woman in Science, Nalo Hopkinson’s Falling in Love with Homonids, and Mark Mathabane’s The Lessons of Ubuntu. At time of publishing there were only four days left to drop your $30, so no time to dally.


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