Time Is Running Out To Snag Galactic Deal On Star Wars Humble Bundle

Obi-Wan Kenobi has a message for Star Wars fans: "This is the Humble Bundle you're looking for!" Even if you're not a diehard Star Wars fanatic, you still might be interested in the Star Wars Humble Bundle, one of the better collection of gaming titles yet to be offered up for whatever amount you feel like paying, especially if you feel like ponying up $12 or more.

If you're new to Humble Bundles, the way it works is you pay whatever amount you want for a collection of games. You'll get Steam keys if you fork over $1 or more, and you'll unlock even more titles if you pay more than the average, which currently sits at $11.54. And in this instance, you might as well bump it up to $12 to unlock three more games.

Star Wars Humble Bundle

Of course, you can pay more than those minimums. Whatever amount you designate, you get to choose how the money is divvied up between the developers and a collection of charities. You can also fling a bit of loot at Humble Bundle to support their efforts.

Getting back to this specific bundle, the games that are up for grabs include Star Wars Knights of the Old Republic, Star Wars Jedi Knight: Jedi Academy, and Star Wars: Dark Forces. Beat the aforementioned average and you'll also receive Star Wars: Battlefront II, Star Wars Knights of the Old Republic II: The Sith Lords, Sar Wars Republic Commando, Sar Wars Jedi Knight II: Jedi Outcast, Star Wars Starfighter, and Star Wars Jedi Knight: Dark Forces II.

Oh, but wait young Jedi, there's more! Use the Force to push $12 more to the Humble Bundle and the pot sweetens with Star Wars Empire At War: Gold Pack, Star Wars The Force Unleashed: Ultimate Sith Edition, and Star Wars: The Force Unleashed II.

Purchased individually, these games would set you back by as much as $137, Humble Bundle says. That's something to think about, but not for too long -- the deal expires in three days. You can check it out here.

Via:  Humble Bundle
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