The latest offering from Humble Bundle is the fantastic city-building game, Cities: Skylines. As with most Humble Bundles, the Cities: Skylines deal lets you name your own price for the game, with some of the money from each purchase going towards charity.
Cities: Skylines was released in 2015, where it quickly developed a large following. The original game let players construct their own city and turn it into a sprawling metropolis. In the years since its initial release, Cities has also received a number of expansions that add details like new weather effects, natural disasters, complex mass transit systems, and industrial manufacturing.
If you pay more than the average price for the bundle, which is $7.68 as of this writing, you’ll get these expansions along with the base game:
- Cities: Skylines — Concerts
- Cities: Skylines — Content Creator Pack: High-Tech Buildings
- Cities: Skylines — Snowfall
- Cities: Skylines — Natural Disasters
- Cities: Skylines — After Dark
- Cities: Skylines — All That Jazz
If you want to jump up another level, you can pay $18 or more to unlock these six expansions as well:
- Cities: Skylines — Mass Transit
- Cities: Skylines — Green Cities
- Cities: Skylines — Industries
- Cities: Skylines — Campus
- Cities: Skylines — Content Creator Pack: Art Deco
- Cities: Skylines Content Creator Pack: European Suburbia
Humble Bundle is currently supporting Charity: Water, a non-profit organization that brings clean, safe drinking water to people in developing countries. This bundle also supports Traveling Stories, which builds libraries and books in underserved communities. You can also select the charity of your choice from Humble Bundles’ list of partners, if you’d like.
The Cities: Skylines bundle can be redeemed on Steam, and will be on offered by Humble Bundle until 2 p.m. EDT on Tuesday, June 9.
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