Humble Bundle serves up a collection of classic Star Wars PC games as part of its latest pay-what-you-want digital compilation, with a portion of proceeds benefiting Unicef and Star Wars: Force for Change.
Bundle offerings include critically acclaimed PC titles like Star Wars: TIE Fighter and Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic, along with bonus incentives for buyers who exceed the collection’s average purchase price.
Customers who pay $1 or more for the Star Wars Humble Bundle will receive Steam copies of the 1998 real-time strategy game Star Wars: Rebellion, 1999’s space combat sim Star Wars: X-Wing Alliance, and Star Wars Galactic Battlegrounds Saga, which includes the Galactic Battlegrounds and Clone Campaigns mission packs.
All bundle buyers will also receive a 10 percent discount on the Humble Monthly subscription service, along with the Balance of Power expansion for Star Wars: X-Wing vs. TIE Fighter.
Paying more than the bundle’s average purchase price unlocks Steam codes for 1993’s Star Wars: X-Wing and its 1994 sequel Star Wars: TIE Fighter. Both bundled games include all previously issued Special Edition content in addition to their core campaigns. Beating the average purchase price additionally entitles buyers to Steam copies of BioWare’s expansive RPGs Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic and Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II – The Sith Lords.
Buy the bundle for $10 or more and you’ll also get the 2006 real-time strategy game Star Wars Empire At War: Gold Pack and the kid-friendly co-op platformer Lego Star Wars: The Complete Saga, which pairs up the original Lego Star Wars with its sequel Lego Star Wars II: The Original Trilogy.
Humble Bundle customers who chip in at least $35 will additionally receive an exclusive t-shirt featuring a unique Star Wars-themed design. The Star Wars Humble Bundle will be up for grabs through March 15th.
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