If you want to do your bit to help support THQ, you’ve got about 36 hours to do it in. The THQ Humble Bundle has generated more than US$4.5 million since it launched on November 29th, and the studio’s just thrown in even more games as an incentive for fans to pay more than the current average price.
The game collection started out with just six games plus two bonus offers. Now, you’ll get another two full games on top of all that (the nothing-to-sneeze at Titan Quest and Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War), as well as Red Faction: Armageddon DLC, Path to War.
…and in case you were wondering, the average price being paid for these ten games is a measly US$5.68.
If you want in on all of this, as little as US$1 will get you Darksiders, Company of Heroes and expansion packs Opposing Fronts and Tales of Valor, Metro 2033, Red Faction: Armageddon, plus a bunch of DRM-free soundtracks for the games. (Remember, all games are Windows PC only, and are shipped out as redeemable Steam keys.)
At this stage, nearly 795,000 bundles have been sold, with payments totalling more than US$4.5 million. Current top contributors include staff from Havok, as well as THQ president Jason Rubin and chief executive Brian Farrell.