Humble Strategy Bundle featuring Endless Space 2 and more live now

Plus, a new trio of Humble Monthly games.

This week, Humble has launched another of its trademark Bundles, this time with a distinct focus on all things strategic.


The aptly titled Humble Strategy Bundle is up for grabs now and features a selection of strategy titles, with a portion of the proceeds going to benefit the Whale and Dolphin Conservation charity.

As with most things Humble, you can pay what you want for the bundle, with more games available to you when you drop more cash on it. As usual, you can also adjust where you want your money to go using the sliders at the bottom of the page before you pay up.

Here's how the bundle looks in its entirety:

Pay $1 (about 71p) or more

  • Dungeon of the Endless
  • Endless Space Collection
  • Plantary Annihilation: TITANS
  • Company of Heroes 2 - WDC Charity Pattern Pack

Pay more than the average

  • Empire: Total War Collection
  • Endless Legend Classic Edition
  • Endless Legend Tempest DLC
  • 66% off Total War: Warhammer

Pay $12 (about 8.46) or more

  • Endless Space 2
  • Tooth and Tail

As a bonus, you'll also get the Tooth and Tail soundtrack at the top tier as well as a 10 per cent discount on a Humble Monthly subscription. There's a trio of games available in this month's Humble Monthly, with a set of additional games releasing once the month ends. Signing up at the moment will get you instant access to Kerbal Space Program, Dead Rising 4 and RUINER.

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