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Humble Bundle launches Total War charity offensive

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A new Humble Bundle entirely dedicated to the Total War series of historical strategy games is now available.

Humble Bundle is a long-running series of game package deals that allow customers to choose from a variety of causes. The Total War offer from Creative Assembly and Sega supports Willow Foundation, SpecialEffect, Royal Surrey Hospital, Walking with the Wounded (UK) and Boon Lotts Elephant Sanctuary.

The core charity bundle, for which buyers can name their own price, features Medieval II: Total War Collection and Shogun: Total War Collection.

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Buyers will also receive action hack-and-slasher Viking: Battle for Asgard, a Total War: Warhammer map, Total War: Rome soundtrack, Sword of Attila novel and Roman military history books. Access to multiplayer game Total War: Arena is also included.

Anyone who wants to pay more than the average will also receive the Empire: Total War Collection, Medieval: Total War Collection and other goodies

A $15.00 pay-level triggers everything above as well as Total War: Rome 2 Emperor Edition, which includes various DLC packs. For $30.00 or more there's also a Total War T-Shirt.

The Humble Total War Bundle runs now through Sept. 29.