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Safe in Our World Charity Bundle 2023-$16.09 (minimum)-pc games on Steam

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Safe in Our World Charity Bundle 2023-$16.09 (minimum)-pc games on Steam

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  1. PlateUp!
  2. Turbo Golf Racing
  3. Spiritfarer®: Farewell Edition
  4. The Last Campfire
  5. Strange Brigade
  6. Indivisible
  7. Kingdom Two Crowns
  8. Eternal Threads
  9. White Day: A Labyrinth Named School
  10. Field of Glory II
  11. Warhammer 40,000: Gladius - Relics of War
  12. Ice Age Scrat's Nutty Adventure
  13. Soul Axiom Rebooted
  14. A Little Golf Journey
  15. Murder by Numbers
  16. Chivalry: Medieval Warfare
  17. Songbringer
  18. STONE
  19. Rescue Party: Live!
  20. Rise of the Slime
  21. Steel Rats™
  22. Hue
  23. Teacup
  24. Perfect
Arcade Paradise - Arcade Paradise EP

Fanatical is proud to present the Safe In Our World Charity Bundle 2023 - a bumper collection of fabulous titles to blow your mind, all in support of mental health awareness.

Featuring over 20 games from a host of glorious publishers, you get to fill your boots with gaming goodness and give others a helping hand at the same time.

Grab a load of gaming favorites, including some overwhelmingly positive crackers…

Serve up dishes and decorate your expanding restaurant in PlateUp!, blast through the course in Turbo Golf Racing, become the ferrymaster in Spiritfarer: Farewell Edition, embark of a smoldering story in The Last Campfire, rip it up with exotic undead blasting in Strange Brigade, roll out the RPG anime action-platformer with Indivisible, experience the Rise of Rome in the immense strategy Field of Glory II, discover your inner squirrel in Ice Age Scrat’s Nutty Adventure, enjoy the micro-strategy base-building of Kingdom Two Crowns, and so much more.

This bundle includes 11 games rated Steam Deck Verified for seamless play on Valve’s awesome handheld PC gaming system.

All items displayed in the Safe In Our World Charity Bundle 2023 are delivered as official Steam keys.

Every cent, penny and yen is gratefully received. If you can donate more, please do so. From everybody involved in this bundle, we sincerely appreciate your support and salute your generosity.

Thank You to the Bundle Contributors

The bundle has been wonderfully supported by Safe In Our World friends, patrons and #LevelUpMentalHealth Partners, who have provided all titles within the charity bundle. The partners include; 505 Games, Black Razor Records, Bunkovsky Games, Convict Games, Curve Games, Double Eleven, Wizard Fu, Hello Games, it’s happening, Kepler Interactive, nDreams, Outright Games Ltd, Playtonic Friends, Playstack, PQube, SONNORI Corp, Raw Fury, Rebellion, Secret Mode, Slitherine Ltd, Tate Multimedia, The Irregular Corporation, Thunder Lotus Games, Torn Banner Studios, Wales Interactive, Whitethorn Games, Yogscast Games.

About Safe In Our World
Safe In Our World is a registered charity in England and Wales no. 1183344. A team of seasoned gaming veterans passionate about mental health brainstormed for over two years over ways they could make a difference. Launched on World Mental Health Day on October 10th, 2019, its aims are to raise awareness of mental health issues within the video games industry, and to provide resources, signpost help, and to drive change for everyone connected with the industry, for developers, publishers and service providers, to content creators and players. Its initial mission is to create an online destination where people can seek help, gain access to resources and information, and discover stories from real people within and surrounding the games industry, with more detailed policies available via the website. Safe In Our World is a worldwide hub accessible for anyone in need. Visit

*Minimum spend $12.00 / €12.00 / £12.00 / C$16.09 / A$19.15 / ¥1,765

Please note: The Safe In Our World Charity Bundle is a charity purchase and qualifies as a charitable donation. All proceeds go to the charity. Please bear in mind that we cannot refund donations without permission of the charity.

Coupons are not accepted on Charity Bundles. Thank you for your support.

** Number of Games rated Steam Deck Verified correct at the time of bundle launch. Fanatical can’t take any responsibility for Steam Deck verification ratings which may vary over time, for example when a game is updated by the developer.

** PLEASE NOTE: The game STONE does not activate in China.
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Nov 24, 2002
384 posts
I follow the deals
I hadn't heard of most of these so I looked them up:

PlateUp! $23.49 - 93% Very Positive (Overcooked clone?)
Turbo Golf Racing $23.99 Early Access - 87% Very Positive
Spiritfarer: Farewell Edition $38.99 - 93% Very Positive
The Last Campfire $9.74 - 98% Overwhelmingly Positive
Strange Brigade $56.99 - 95% Very Positive
Indivisible $53.46 - 73% Mostly Positive
Kingdom Two Crowns $25.99 - 90% Very Positive
Eternal Threads $8.49 - 91% Very Positive
White Day: A Labyrinth Named School $32.99 - 90% Very Positive
Field of Glory II $33.99 - 87% Very Positive (Total War clone?)
Warhammer 40000: Gladius - Relics of War $45.49 - 77% Mostly Positive

That's enough for me to bite, but maybe someone else wants to fill the rest of these...
Apr 27, 2017
242 posts
PlateUp is sort of like overcooked but the focus isn't just "episodic/silly" levels, but your choice of layout/daily challenge layout to build a methodic kitchen and table layout, chair config and allocation, upgrades/themes/automation, and pushing ways to make more money and turn a good run into a "franchise" run. The entree choice and processing of ingredients, then eventual upgrading of your restaurant options made it way more interesting than overcooked. If anything the bundle is worth the $8 discount on this game alone. It's a bit harder solo until you get a system down for your kitchen and blueprint rolling, but 2-3 player is a great experience.
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Sep 23, 2010
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One of the not so positive reviews for Rescue Party said it was a clone of Overcooked, in terms of game mechanics. But the graphics are cute and it looks ok for kids

Ice Age also seems like an appropriate adventure game for the little ones.

These two alone make it worth it for me.
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Nov 1, 2022
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Thanks OP. I had Murder by Numbers on my wishlist and that together with Spiritfarer makes this totally worth it.
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Aug 1, 2011
445 posts
I find myself buying more of these deals as they are great on steam deck.