Humble Bundle is one of the greatest websites ever made, and if you play games on your computer from time to time or better yet, if you’re a heavy gamer, you’ll wholeheartedly agree with me. If you’re not acquainted with the concept, you should know that Humble Bundles are collections of mostly digital games (but there can also be eBooks, soundtracks and more)  that are sold and distributed online at a price determined by the purchaser.


This current edition has come to our attention because it contains some really great from Electronic Arts that you can get almost for free. Thus, for the next two weeks, you will be able to buy games from the Humble Origin Bundle 2 which are currently worth around $134. All the money will go to charity and Humble Bundle, as EA has opted out of making any money from this sale.

This bundle supports Girls Who Code, the V Foundation for Cancer Research and buildOn, a group that seeks to improve the conditions in the developing world by putting a focus on women’s education. In the pay-what-you want category, you have the following games:

  • Dragon Age: Origins
  • Peggle
  • Dead Space 2
  • Medal of Honor Allied Assault War Chest
  • Command & Conquer Generals

If you choose to pay more than the average, which is currently around $5, you will unlock also the following titles:

  • Plants vs. Zombies Garden Warfare
  • Dragon Age 2
  • Bejeweled 3
  • Mass Effect 2

Humble also said it will add more games to the “pay more than the average” tier, and you will get them even if you purchase them now, as they will be added retroactively. While this is all great, there’s a single thing you need to pay attention to – several games are only available on the Origin platform developed by Electronic Arts, so if you’re not using that service, you should select games which have the Steam symbol underneath their icon.

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