The Humble Weekly Bundle Presents Vancouver Edition

Pay Canadian developers what you want to support charity!

Thanks to a tip from our good friend Rhody Tobin, we’re pleased to inform you that this week’s Humble Weekly Bundle has a special focus on games developed in Vancouver, British Columbia. Presented by DigiBC, you get to donate whatever you want for $57 worth of games, with the proceeds going to Child’s Play.

This bundle is syrupy sweet. There are a bunch of cool developers up there in Vancouver. The people at DigiBC introduced us to some awesome developers helping to make British Columbia a center for excellence in gaming, then we proceeded to commence the bundling! Pay what you want for Shank, early access to Boximals Bounce, The Baconing and episodes one and two of Penny Arcade Adventures: On the Rain-Slick Precipice of Darkness. If you pay $6 or more, you’ll get everything plus Shank 2 and Plants vs. Zombies Game of the Year Edition*.

Pay what you want. If you bought all of these games separately, it’d cost you up to $57, but we’re letting you name your price.

Available on Steam. Most games in this bundle are available on Steam for Windows with some also available for Mac and Linux. Plants vs. Zombies GOTY Edition is also available on Origin for Windows and Mac. A minimum purchase of $1 is required for access to these games on Steam or Origin. Boximals Bounce is only available DRM-free for Windows, Mac and Linux. Please check the full system requirements prior to purchasing here.

Support Charity. You choose where your money goes: between DigiBC and Child’s Play Charity. If you like this weekly bundle, a tip to Humble Bundle would be greatly appreciated!

From October 16, 2014 to October 23, 2014 for every bundle purchased, Humble Bundle will pay the contribution amount you specified in your purchase, less payment processing fees and taxes, to DigiBC and Child’s Play. For more information about DigiBC and Child’s Play, visit and

You can find out more, such as what people are typically paying for this bundle, what the preferred platforms are, and more over at their home page. In addition, there is a note that a $1 minimum is required in order to get Steam keys.

As of this writing, 15,114 bundles have been sold, with six days, two hours, and four minutes remaining.


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