Humble Bundle launches Thanksgiving sale on Humble Store
Posted: 28.11.2013 14:42 by Simon Priest Comments: 5
Steam isn't the only one after your precious Thanksgiving Autumn pennies as Humble Bundle's very own Humble Store is now running a holiday sale. Its bloody price campaign begins with Crusader Kings II.

The entire grand strategy with all its DLC to-date is up for a poultry $20. That's right, celebrate Thanksgiving by giving the Native Americans the week off from cultural persecution.

Instead honour them by going back even further when God-fearing Christian pilgrims got all land-grabby in the Middle-east instead. Its price tag falls from $80 to just $20.

Paradox's Mount & Blade: Warband is also slashed to just $5, which is a cheeky $5 cheaper than Steam's festive sale. The sales are forever changing as time rolls on just like on Steam so it's best to keep your eye waddling over in case your wallet needs to strike. I apologise (not really) for any and all turkey baster based puns.

Check out the Humble Store for more.
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By herodotus (SI Herodotus) on Nov 28, 2013
Thanks Simon. Always good to remember, and remind others that there are sales beyond just those on Steam and some have better prices.
By Hammerjinx (SI Core) on Nov 29, 2013
Yeps. Also, Humble Store puts some of your money to charity, so that's nice.

I'm such a sucker for a good sale. I get all excited when I see a good price and then get disappointed that I already own that game and can't justify buying it again, because it's just such good value. ;P
By herodotus (SI Herodotus) on Nov 30, 2013
Only problem for us Aussies though Hammer is that the exchange rate isn't so hot right now:(
By Hammerjinx (SI Core) on Nov 30, 2013
I blame Abbott.

I don't really think that he's directly responsible, but I figure I owe it to him to apply the same reasoning he used for everything when it was leader of the opposition. If something bad happens, or even something good that might disadvantage a small number of people, blame the PM.
By herodotus (SI Herodotus) on Dec 01, 2013
I blame everything on Abbott (and with good reason), and while the Labor Party were in a shambles and needed a swift kick up the clacker I really wish there had been another alternative to Tony Idiot.