The Humble Store Launches With Daily Deals, 10% Goes To Charity


Humble Bundle has just launched a new store that will operate on a 24-hour sale cycle.

There’s no doubt that you’re familiar with the lovely people over at Humble Bundle by now. The site has been selling indie PC games (along with mobile games, books, and music) at fantastic prices for years now. The Humble Bundle and Weekly Bundle business models are fantastic, but the group is adding a third channel to their strategy — the Humble Store.

Every day, the Humble Store will have new games on sale. Every game, like those found in a Bundle, will come to you via Steam (and some will be DRM-free as well), while the platform availability will vary (see the icons below). Today (and there’s about 20.5 hours left) features…

There are some crazy good deals in this list, too — Natural Selection 2 is down to $6.25 from $24.99, for example. And these deals aren’t just mirroring source sites, either (NS2 is $24.99 if you buy it through Steam right now).

Charity is a big component of the Humble’s MO, and the Humble Store is no different. Ten percent of all money brought into the store will go to charity, while 75 percent goes to the developer/publisher (Humble gets 15 percent).

Check out the site launch video below.

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