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The folks at Humble are back at the bundle game once more, this time with a set of games from Paradox Interactive.

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Head over to the site and you can put down up to $12 / 9 to get yourself a series of games from the Magicka, Europa and Majesty series, as well as Pillars of Eternity, with the top tier reward being a copy of space politics and strategy sim, Stellaris.

Here is the full list of what's up for grabs:

Pay $1 (72p) or more

  • Cities In Motion 2
  • Magicka 2
  • Majesty 2 Collection

Pay more than the average

  • Crusader Kings 2
  • Crusader Kings 2 Old Gods DLC
  • Pillars of Eternity
  • Hearts of Iron 3 Collection
  • Europa Universalis 3 Complete Edition

Pay $12 (8.60) or more

  • Stellaris

If you'd like to learn more about any of the games in the bundle, the one and only Chris Bratt reviewed Stellaris at launch, and Pillars of Eternity got itself a Recommended from this very site.

For my money, Magicka 2 is a hard one not to recommend. The pre-cursor to Helldivers, it's a kind of a blend of Monty Python-esque comedy and rhythm game button combinations to cast spells. It's very good indeed and will cost you under a pound.

Meanwhile, over at Jelly.Deals, you can check out our guide to the best PC gaming controller or even check out this week's guide to the best Monster Hunter gifts in time for the launch of the new game.

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