Act Fast: The Nintendo Humble Bundle is Up to 11 Games for Just $10

By on June 3, 2015

It’s been up for a little while now, but the currently running Nintendo Humble Bundle is still adding up the goods. Donate more than $10 and you’ll get codes for two more indie titles on Nintendo consoles on top of the nine already up for grabs. Be quick though, because the Humble Nindie Bundle ends on June 9.

As with every Humble Bundle, a person chooses the amount he or she donates to charity (from $1 and up) and receives a number of codes for downloadable games. Give an amount above the average donation (which sits at $9.20 as of publication time) and you’ll get even more games. This is the first time they’re doing it for consoles, namely the Nintendo eShop on both the Wii U and 3DS.

The two new games to the bundle, which, as mentioned, are only garnered from a $10 donation or more, are Wii U games Stealth Inc. 2 and SteamWorld Dig (also on 3DS). They’re both quality titles, the latter a crisply designed 2D mining adventure the recipient of many accolades.

SteamWorld Dig Nintendo Humble Bundle

For any donation, you’ll receive the metroidvania Guacamelee! Super Turbo Championship Edition on the Wii U and Woah Dave! and Mighty Switch Force! for the 3DS (apparently an exclamation point was a pre-requisite).

Hit the average donation number and you’ll also get The FallSportsball and Bit.Trip Presents… Runner2: Future Legend of Rhythm Alien for Wii U and Moon ChroniclesGunman Clive and OlliOlli for the 3DS. OlliOlli is also available for Wii U.  

Frankly, they’re all games worthy of your time. But, for my money, Bit.Trip Presents… Runner2: Future Legend of Rhythm Alien is an all time great rhythm platformer and OlliOlli has single-handedly made virtual skateboarding relevant again.

OlliOlli Nintendo Humble Bundle

The total value of the eleven games is $115., according to Humble Bundle. Let’s say you grab them all for a solid $10. That’s about a 91 percent discount, and you get to feel good about yourself. Why are you still here?

About Trevor Ruben

Though I contribute to many online publications on a regular basis, including The Checkout, the crux of my writing lies in video games. When not writing, I'm often streaming a variety of games on Twitch.