We’ve seen over the recent months just how closely charities and bundle deals can be linked. Humble is offering Game Over, T1D which is about taking on type 1 diabetes.
The charity partner is JDRF, and half the games in the bundle have a direct link to type 1 diabetes (T1D).
Super Meat Boy & Super Meat Boy Forever – creator Tommy Refenes lives with T1D, and the games have a diabetes-inspired enemy known as the Betus.
Saturday Morning RPG – creator Josh Fairhurst lives with T1D.
We Happy Few – writer Lisa Hunter has family members with diabetes, and the game features a main character whose diabetes is woven into the gameplay.
Sam & Max Save the World – executive producer Dan Connors has a child with T1D.
The Walking Dead: Saints & Sinners – creative director Adam Grantham lives with T1D.
Observation & Stories Untold – writer/director Jon McKellan has a child with T1D.
The bundle is good until May 18th.
Pay at least £9.19
- The Walking Dead: Saints & Sinners (note VR headset required)
- We Happy Few
- Sam & Max Save the World
- Super Meat Boy Forever
- Bartlow’s Dread Machine
- Gauntlet™ Slayer Edition
- Stories Untold
- Super Meat Boy
- Saturday Morning RPG
It’s worth noting that games companies BANDAI NAMCO, Beep Games, Inc., Critical Depth, Devolver Digital, and Kongregata are donating their proceeds from this bundle to JDRF.
At the time of writing, the top contributor is someone called “Fellow T1D” who has paid $111 for the bundle.
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