I love it when Bundle of Holding do their Indie bundles. They always manage to find fun, eclectic mixes of fun, unique, little games. This latest offering is no exception, presenting a set of six games. I hadn’t heard of any of them before, so it’s cool to have that wee bit of discovery, y’know? […]
I hadn’t seen No Rerolls article on this bundle when I added it: New Bundle of Holding, Fanatical, and Humble Bundle Deals November 20, 2018. Great insight.
One of the cool things about Bundle of Holding and similar tiered bundles on Humble Bundle is that you can often get an item cheaper than it is normally priced. A bonus is you get other items as part of whatever tier you purchase. A good example Deluxe Tunnels and Trolls (dT&T) which was a Bundle of Holding bundle back in September 2018 – Bundle of Holding – Tunnels and Trolls RPG Bundles. I purchased the bundle that included over twenty (20) T&T PDFs for less than what I have paid on DriveThru RPG (DTRPG) for dT&T: https://www.drivethrurpg.com/product/152613/Deluxe-Tunnels–Trolls. In addition, they were added to my DTRPG account as well as being available on Bundle of Holding. In addition, Ken St. Andre temporarily made all of the PDFs for Trollhalla Press free during October 2018 so I was able to pick up another sixteen game aids as part of the package. The free offer on DTRPG was available to anybody, not just people who purchased the Bundle of Holding package.
Another cool thing is a percentage of your purchase price is donated to a charity chosen by the company adding the bundle. In this case, it was http://www.rcrfcharity.org/.
Ten percent of your payment (after payment gateway fees) goes to this offer’s designated charity, the Roleplaying Game Creators Relief Fund.
Humble Bundle also donates a percentage of bundles purchased to charity. They do offer the ability to choose your charity if you want a different charity than the one designated by the company or by Humble Bundle as they also donate to charity from the various other items they offer. Humble Bundle has donated over $136 million to charities as a result.