The Humble Fight For Racial Justice Bundle Is Incredible

Even more games Humble Bundle do a lot of good work, and even publish some amazing games themselves. The bundles they put out are a nice chance to not only do something good, but also get some excellent games for a low price. Well, the Fight For Racial Justice Bundle is one of the best […]

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Humble Bundle do a lot of good work, and even publish some amazing games themselves. The bundles they put out are a nice chance to not only do something good, but also get some excellent games for a low price. Well, the Fight For Racial Justice Bundle is one of the best yet, and 100% of the money goes to important charities supporting the Black Lives Matter movement.

For around £25, you’ll get access to games like Baba Is You, Hyper Light Drifter, Elite Dangerous, Regular Human Basketball, and Neo Cab. There are also loads of other games, and even some great books as well. It’s a really great bundle, and supporting the cause it does should be a sure thing for anyone with a PC. There are likely to be a fair few games in the bundle that you already own, but you can turn that into a nice thing too.

For example, you could take the codes you already have and send them to a charity that distributes codes to people who have less money. You could send them to AbleGamers, who do excellent work and could always do with a little bit more support. You could also just ask your friends if they’re interested. Just because you already own some of the games doesn’t mean you shouldn’t get the bundle. You can support a good cause and then continue to do good by donating the games you don’t want or already own elsewhere. The world needs a bit more good at the moment, and supporting this bundle is a very good step to making it a little bit better.

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Jason Coles

Jason is the Editor of The Indie Game Website. He's a lover of roguelikes, soulslikes, and other kinds of likes. He basically spends a lot of time getting beaten up in games and seems to enjoy it.