Safe in Our World, a charity that supports mental health in gaming and the games industry, has released fantastically bargainous gaming bundle.
The Safe in Our World Charity Bundle or Safe Bundle features $500 worth of PC games for a ridiculous $12. No, you won’t be heading to Humble this time – this bundle has been produced in concert with digital retailer Fanatical.
There are 24 games and one soundtrack, 11 of which are Steam Deck verified. Also, all profits go to Safe in Our World, unlike Humble which takes a minimum cut, no matter how much you meddle with the sliders. Safe in Our World’s mission is to:
“…. create and foster worldwide mental health awareness within the video game industry; to eliminate the stigma surrounding mental health, to make it a natural topic of discussion, and to promote the dialogue surrounding mental health so people are not afraid to reach out for help if they need it.”
Their work isn’t just aimed at those suffering from mental health issues, but to help others identify the symptoms and impending signs of those issues. Your $12 will go to help to support that mission (though you can donate more if you like).
So what’s on offer? The bundle includes these titles, which are delivered as Steam keys:
- A Little Golf Journey
- Chivalry: Medieval Warfare
- Eternal Threads
- Field of Glory II
- Ice Age: Scrat’s Nutty Adventure
- Kingdom Two Crowns
- Murder By Numbers
- Rescue Party Live
- Rise of The Slime
- Soul Axiom Rebooted
- Steel Rats
- Strange Brigade
- The Last Campfire
- Turbo Golf Racing
- Warhammer 40k Gladius
- White Day: A Labyrinth Named School
There are a lot of great games in there, from the wonderfully heartwarming Spiritfarer to the ridiculous but entertaining Turbo Golf Racing. Likewise, Strange Brigade, time travelling game Eternal Threads and tongue-in-cheek restaurant sim PlateUp! are a blast. As for the musical edition, that’s the EP for the excellent Arcade Paradise, though the game itself isn’t included.
You can purchase the bundle here through Fanatical and find out more about Safe in Our World’s work here.