Sega's Humble Bundle saves you money and benefits charities

Sega is joining the Humble Bundle by bringing some of its top games to the collection, allowing you to name your price for the titles as well as select how you want the profits divvied up between developers and noteworthy charities. Sega has added a few of its individual titles allowing you to pay what you want for each of the title, and if you pay more than the average price, you'll also get a few extra titles included in the price.

"Pay what you want for Sonic the Hedgehog 4 Episode I, ChuChu Rocket! and Virtua Tennis Challenge," Sega said. "If you pay more than the average price, you'll also get Sonic & SEGA All-Star Racing, Sonic the Hedgehog 4 Episode II and Crazy Taxi."

At the time of this writing, the average cost is just $4.77 and you'll get those bonus games if you pay at least that much as the price you name. According to Sega, the titles, if purchased individually, would run over $20, so this is quite a savings to you as a consumer. Moreover, you can choose how you want that money allocated by saying how much Sega should get and how much their charities will receive.

"You choose where your money goes: between the developers and three vital charities. The Humble SEGA Mobile Bundle supports Child's Play Charity, WaterAid and UNICEF. If you like this bundle, a tip to Humble Bundle would be greatly appreciated!"

The games are available to download DRM-free.

What do you think of the bundle from Sega? Let us know in the comments.

Source: Sega

 

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Sega's Humble Bundle saves you money and benefits charities

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It changes as more people buy it depending on how many people have purchased and what they spent. It'll likely be different than either of those numbers for a huge number of people.

Now I see. For some reason I thought the average could only go up, but I see how it works. It's been a long day.

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Just bought. Not a big game anymore but it's all for a good cause. Can't get these games for the $10 I usually pay and I know where the money is going to.

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