Humble’s Lego Built To Pack Gets You 7 Lego Sets For Just £ 7
Humble may have incorporated a lot of what made them unique when they decided to take away their payment sliders and change how charitable giving works last week, but the bulk train has continued to move forward, building on today’s latest crop of gaming offerings, Humble’s Lego designed to group together, uh … package. Until May 7, this pack includes seven Lego sets for just £ 7 in the UK and an additional $ 15 in the US.
The list of games on offer is quite heavy with superheroes, almost all of them coming from Traveller’s Tales’ plentiful Marvel and DC Lego game offering. However, there are still the procedurally generated delights of Lego Worlds to be found here, as well as the Lego Ninjago Movie video game as well as to spice things up a bit (the latter is supposed to be surprisingly decent judging by its very vapor. positive. Comments).
For the most part, though, you’re looking at Lego Marvel’s Avengers and your Lego Batman here, though oddly enough only Lego Batman 2 and 3 rather than the full trilogy. Still, if you’re looking for family collectathons full of jaw-dropping fight scenes, light puzzles, and plenty of visual gags, then there’s something to get stuck here. As usual, the bundle is split into three tiers, and here’s a summary of what each entails:
Pay the minimum amount of 72p / $ 1 and you will get:
- The Lego Ninjago Movie video game
Then if you pay more than the average, which is £ 6.84 in the UK at the time of writing, you’ll also get:
- Lego Worlds
- Lego Marvel Super Heroes 2 Deluxe Edition
- Lego Marvel’s Avengers
- Lego Batman 2: DC Super Heroes
Finally, if you pay the total amount of £ 7.26 / $ 15, then you will get all of the above plus:
- Lego DC Super Villains Deluxe Edition
- Lego Batman 3: Beyond Gotham Premium Edition
As always, you can choose exactly how much money you want to spend on that particular package, although, as mentioned above, the ability to split exactly where your money is going is unfortunately no longer an option (although it does say so). still on their website). With their unique sliders now shifted from bundled pages, the default payouts will be 5% to charities, 10% to Humble, and 85% to publishers in the future – although starting in late May, users will have the option to increase their charitable donation to 15%, with 5% going to Humble and the remaining 80% to publishers, depending on their blog post.
Alas, that Lego set will likely have come to an end before the launch of Humble’s new level of charity, leaving only 5% of your payment to the charity of Humble’s chosen charity for the month, Stop AAPI Hate, a national fighting coalition. against anti-Asian racism in the United States.
The same goes for the other Humble Live Bundles at the moment, which include their nature theme. Down To Earth independent set, and their Spring in VR Package, the first of which ends in four days, while the second ends Wednesday.