The Humble Bundle is rounding off handsome sums of money with its ongoing sales promotions. Now it’s time for Paradox Interactive to pile up their stash of games at the Humble Weekly Sale.
Looking at how previously EA’s Humble Bundle had easily rounded off more than $10 million in sales, we can assume that Paradox Interactive will get a good share of the spending too. Today is the first day of the sale so you might want to be early for getting your share before everyone else rallies.
Humble Bundle’s pay what you want system has proven to be a popular method as it allows you to spend very low sums and pick the games you like. Though it’s not just low spenders who make the transactions, you can see spending of $5000 on the top contributors list already. Only eighteen hours into the sale, the total figure of spending has touched $416,558.79 with an estimated 75 percent of sales going to PC.
For now, the Humble Weekly Sale will let you get your hands on eight impressive games from the developers; six of them are already open to purchase while two of the better ones get unlocked if you pay more than the all times average of $5.8.
Games from Paradox Interactive that are up on the sale include Europa Universalis III Complete, War of the Roses: Kingmaker, Warlock: Master of the Arcane, Leviathan: Warships, Dungeonland and The Showdown Effect for usual spending while Crusader Kings II and Magicka are the ones that need a higher spending.
Accompanying the games are soundtracks of each one of them which you can get for an additional charge. Humble’s official website also offers you The Big Kahuna; a bulk of 48 Paradox games and 20 soundtracks for $125.
Lastly, the charity element in these sales lets you divide your spending among Paradox Interactive, American Red Cross, Child’s Play Charity and Humble Bundle.