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The Humble Store Debut Sale


Those of you who have read my last post on the Humble Bundle already know how much love I have for their particular way of doing business.   After all, how many businesses lay out exactly where your money goes this clearly with a charity being supported quite generously to boot?

From their own page:

Here’s where your Humble Store dollars go*: 10% Charity, 75% Creator, 15% Humble Tip."

Their description:

What is the Humble Store?

Great games.
The Humble Store offers a great selection of games at great prices for PC, Mac, Linux and Android with new games added daily.
Fantastic prices.
The Humble Store will have many more games than could possibly fit in a Humble Bundle, but still with fantastic limited-time discounts.
Support charity.
Get your games and contribute to awesome causes.
Here’s where your Humble Store dollars go*: 10% Charity, 75% Creator, 15% Humble Tip.


Just a few hours in and they've already amassed over $21,000 and still counting.  This is with games that I've personally never heard of.  As usual, they are clearly marked if they are multi-platform like so:


Steam, Mac, Windows, Linux AND it's DRM free?  How much "Win" can one product have?

To make it clear, I have no affiliation with this company.  I just have a ton of respect for how they have conducted their business and am sharing it with the rest of you.  Until next time readers!

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