For nearly two weeks the Humble Friends of Nintendo Bundle has been going on and now as we move into the final 20 hours of the event, over 150.ooo bundles have been purchased and as I write this, the grand total of payments now stands at: $1,495,450 million and 32 cents.
But all great things come to an end and that includes the Friends of Nintendo Bundle, because now less than 20 hours remain before this bundle will be no more and those who have not snagged up this great bunch of games, will no longer be able to do so. This bundle has been a long time coming and is without a doubt a huge success compared to last year’s bundle, but it can still become even more of a success and all it involves is you donating just a handful of dollars.
The average purchases so far have been just under $10 dollars, but with less than a day to go, now is the time to go just a little bigger. You can pay whatever you want and have control over how much of your payment goes where, but with 11 games available and a new theme for the 3DS, it is worth paying out the full $13 dollars. So with less than 20 hours to go, let’s just take a look at exactly what that $13 dollars will get you:
Retro City Rampage: DX (3DS)
Affordable Space Adventures (Wii U)
Shantae and the Pirate’s Curse (Wii U & 3DS)
Freedom Planet (Wii U)
Rhythm Thief & The Emperor’s Treasure (3DS)
Citizens of Earth (Wii U & 3DS)
Retro City Rampage: DX 3DS HOME theme
Swords & Soldiers II Planet (Wii U)
Nano Assault 3X (3DS)
Runbow (Wii U)
Super Street Fighter IV: 3D Edition (3DS)
Darksiders II (Wii U)
You will not find a better and more varied line-up of games if you tried, so for the last time of saying, make sure you click right here, see this games for yourself and make a purchase. Time is ticking down and this is one of the best things you can do this month! Donate today and help Humble Bundle reach $1.5 million dollars!
Source: Humble Bundle (Humble Friends of Nintendo Bundle)Tags: $13 dollars, 20 Hours remaining, Bargain games, Darksiders II, Freedom Planet, Friends of Nintendo, Humble Bundle, Indie games, John Graham, Shantae, Street fighter, Swords & Soldiers 2, Way Forward
This post was written by Jack Longman