Eventually I’m going to run out of ways to write intros for Humble Bundle articles. There are only so many ways to say “here are some games that can be bought cheaply to help support various charities, <insert joke about theme>”. Regardless, the Humble Jumbo Bundle 10 is available now and has some pretty cool stuff.

It’s a good mix of the big-budget and the indie, with genres ranging from platforming to puzzle-typing. By paying whatever you want, you get yourself Grey Goo: Definitive Edition, Epistory – Typing Chronicles, and Oddworld: New ‘n’ Tasty. Beating the average gets you Prototype 2, Kingdom: New Lands, How to Survive 2, and more games after they unlock on 7 November.

The highest tier of $10 or more features Wasteland 2: Director’s Cut and its soundtrack. The beneficiary of this bundle is the Call of Duty Endowment, which provides funding to organisations that locate high-quality job opportunities for armed service veterans.

The Humble Jumbo Bundle 10 is available now until 14 November. The Humble Day of the Devs Bundle is also still available, in case you want to check that out too.

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