Singapore Makes Its Mark in Humble Bundle

Yes, you read that right. The latest Humble Weekly Bundle is featuring ten games developed in Singapore, with all charity proceeds directed to the Singapore Community Chest.

The bundle is created in honor of Singapore’s 50th birthday (you won’t miss that SG50 logo) but we couldn’t help but notice it launching on the same day as GameStart 2015 — definitely a great way to kick-off the country’s biggest weekend for gaming.

Pay What You Want (Minimum $1)

  • Autumn Dynasty (Android) (Real-time Strategy)
    by Touch Dimensions
  • Mooncake Shop (Android) (Business Simulation)
    by Afzainizam Zahari
  • Cubetractor (Windows, Mac) (Action Puzzle)
    by Ludochip
  • Rocketbirds: Hardboiled Chicken (Windows, Mac, Linux) (Platformer)
    by Ratloop Asia
  • Tom Clancy Ghost Recon: Phantoms Starter Pack (Windows) (FPS)
    by Ubisoft Singapore

Pay Above the Average (Above $5)

  • Devil’s Dare (Windows, Mac, Linux) (2D Beat-‘Em-Up)
    by Secret Base
  • Dusty Revenge: Co-Op Edition (Windows, Mac) (2D Brawler)
    by PD Design Studio
  • Ravenmark: Scourge of Estellion (Windows) (Turn-based Wargame)
    by Witching Hour Studios
  • Tom Clancy Ghost Recon: Phantoms Complete Pack (Windows) (FPS)
    by Ubisoft Singapore

Pay $12 or More

  • Holy Potatoes! A Weapon Shop?! (Windows, Mac, Linux) (Business Simulation)
    by Daylight Studios

Cubetractor and Devil’s Dare can also be redeemed via should you prefer a DRM-free copy. Those Ghost Recon packs, on the other hand, come as keys that need to be entered via the in-game launcher, which in turn requires a Uplay account. Everything else are codes for Steam.

Humble Bundle allows gifting so no key goes to waste, making beat-the-average the most valuable option available.

On a final note, the charity proceeds fall under the Community Chest’s Care & Share Movement for SG50. Every dollar raised will be matched by the government so those donations are going the extra mile.

Humble Weekly Bundle: Made in Singapore runs until 20 November, 3AM SGT.


Ade Putra

Ade thinks there's nothing quite like a good game and a snug headcrab. He grew up with HIDEO KOJIMA's Metal Gear Solid, lives for RPGs, and is waiting for light guns to make their comeback.