The Humble Might & Magic Bundle is incredible

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Strategy and classic RPG fans rejoice! A new Humble Bundle has been launched, and it is by far the best value bundle I’ve come across yet.

The Humble Might & Magic Bundle gives you access (at any price) to Heroes of Might & Magic 2: Gold Edition, Heroes of Might & Magic IV, Might & Magic 1 to 6 Collection, and Might & Magic Heroes Online Angel Starter Pack.

Then, for a little more (currently $12.47), you also get Heroes of Might & Magic V, as well as Hammers of Fate and Tribes of the East expansions, Might & Magic Heroes VI, Dark Messiah of Might & Magic, Might & Magic: Class of Heroes + I am the Boss DLC, and the original Heroes of Might & Magic.

And finally, for $15 or more, you also get to nab Might & Magic X – Legacy, The Falcon & The Unicorn DLC, Heroes of Might & Magic 3 HD Edition, Might & Magic Heroes VI Shades of Darkness, and Might & Magic Duel of Champions.

We highly recommend you pick up the $15+ pack. Might & Magic X – Legacy is alone worth the cost of the entire bundle, and both Heroes of Might & Magic 3 HD Edition and Might & Magic: Duel of Champions are very worthy… and that’s before even stepping in to the rest of the collection that you also pick up from the lower tiers.

As with all Humble Bundles, proceeds go to various charities and good causes, so you also get to feel good about where your money is going, even as you enjoy the massive collection of games that you’ll be adding to the backlog.

If this bundle sounds good to you, click on over.

– Matt S. 
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