At the minimum purchase price of $1, you'll get copies of Obsidian Entertainment's Alpha Protocol, The Creative Assembly's Rome: Total War, Relic Entertainment's Company of Heroes (screenshot above) and Arkedo Studio's Hell Yeah! Wrath of the Dead Rabbit.
Buyers who pay at least $6 will also receive Sega's Binary Domain, The Creative Assembly's Medieval 2: Total War, Avalanche Studios' Renegade Ops and Modern Dream's The Typing of the Dead: Overkill, as well as a collection containing the following 10 Sega Genesis games: Altered Beast, Comix Zone, Crack Down, Ecco the Dolphin, Gain Ground, Golden Axe, Golden Axe 2, Golden Axe 3, Shinobi 3: Return of the Ninja Master and Vectorman.
Those who spend more than $15 on the bundle will get a third game from The Creative Assembly, Total War: Shogun 2. All of the titles in question are only playable on Windows PC through Steam. Customers can choose how their payment is distributed between Sega, the Humble Bundle organization and five charities: the Make-A-Wish Foundation, Special Effect, GamesAid, Whale & Dolphin Conservation and the Willow Foundation.
The Sega Humble Weekly Sale will be available until 2 p.m. ET on March 20.
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