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Cities: Skylines Bundle - Humble bundle $1.25 complete bundle for $25

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Cities: Skylines Bundle - Humble bundle $1.25 complete bundle for $25

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Humble Bundle has Cities: Skylines available for as cheap as $1.25 and you can get the complete bundle with all it's illustrious DLC for $25 which seems like a no-brainer to me. Enjoy folks

$1.25 - gets you
- Cities: Skylines
- Cities: Skylines Deep Focus Radio

$11.93 - gets you on top of the initial package
- Cities: Skylines - Concerts
- Cities: Skylines - Content Creator Pack: High-Tech Buildings
- Cities: Skylines - Snowfall
- Cities: Skylines - Natural Disasters

$25 - gets you all this along with the above
- 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
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wait... $1.25 gets me the vanilla game? i'd do that... been watching biffa play for a few months now
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wtf is this site?? name your own price???
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wtf then i have to choose where my $1.50 goes? between charities tip and paradox interactive????
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actng wrote: wtf is this site?? name your own price???
Humble Bundle. They work with developers to push out content. You can name your own price and decide where the money goes (charity, developers, humble bundle team).
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actng wrote: wtf then i have to choose where my $1.50 goes? between charities tip and paradox interactive????
if this is difficult for you maybe a city simulation game is not for you

humble bundle is a well-known site and yes, they let you name your own price and decide how you'd like to distribute your payment.
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CHINAdeals wrote: Humble Bundle. They work with developers to push out content. You can name your own price and decide where the money goes (charity, developers, humble bundle team).
it lets me say $0 paradox, $0 charity and $25 tip.

this is too gen z for old fart like me. i don't get how this works at all.
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actng wrote: it lets me say $0 paradox, $0 charity and $25 tip.

this is too gen z for old fart like me. i don't get how this works at all.
:facepalm:

I can't tell if you're serious or not. Humble Bundle has been around for a long time.

Yes, you can choose where your money goes, but the hopes is of course you give the developer a "fair" share, as well as donating to a worthy cause.

On a side note, if you're into city building games, this game may ruin your life. I've spent way too many hours of my life into the early mornings playing this. Great game!
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Amazing deal OP! Thanks so much!
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Andrew4Life wrote: :facepalm:

I can't tell if you're serious or not. Humble Bundle has been around for a long time.

Yes, you can choose where your money goes, but the hopes is of course you give the developer a "fair" share, as well as donating to a worthy cause.

On a side note, if you're into city building games, this game may ruin your life. I've spent way too many hours of my life into the early mornings playing this. Great game!
first time hearing it right here.
so how does the developer get paid when i send all $25 to tip ? or $25 to charities?

how does this site and developers make money ??
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It is very good game. Highly recommend.
Just FYI, with complete bundle, it is still at least two major DLCs away from latest game. So you are looking at another $25 spent in steam.
But you can still have tons of fun with this complete bundle for sure.
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I own this game on steam. Can I buy individual DLCs on Humble Bundle and link to steam?
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what happens if i pay $0.01?
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I spent hours in this. Even the base game is very fun.
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You'll still get the base game but more cost will help the charities and the Humble company to run more of these cool deals later on.
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I don't think it will let you, or if it does you will only get DRM-free versions (non-Steam) of the first tier.

Generally, the site tells you what's up when you enter an amount.
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IMO this game is visibly missing content with no DLC, but for $1.25 the base game cannot be beaten
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so i'm reading up on this now i'm fascinated.
i figured out the part where they help publishers get a second wave of purchases several months or several years in some cases after initial release. so in a way it's money that the publisher never would've seen without humblebundle. so unless they worked out a deal with the publisher to get the titles for free, and only distributing money to them if the users allocate money to the publisher, i don't see how humble can make money?

i'm also fascinated how people don't just pay $0.01 or the minimum $1.50 to get the steam copy and run. like with toilet paper and RFD hoarding, you would think the majority of people are assholes that look out for just themselves.

part of why i'm asking so many questions is i want to understand and support a sustainable platform before i commit money to it. that and i saw alipay logo so just wondering if i'm supporting a CCP enterprise.
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Bought first tier, received and redeemed Steam keys right away. Look forward to trying it!

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