Hi guys! I just learned about a cheap, easy way
to seriously increase your game library on Steam!
It's called Humble bundle (HumbleBundle.com).
It's amazing. It consists of games donated (sponsored) by
Major and indie game creator companies that rotate sponsoring
the bundles on a weekly basis, and you donate what you want
to buy the bundle of games.
Basically, you can donate a buck and get like 4 games each week.
All the money you choose to give goes to charity from the weekly bundle purchase.
They sometimes have $50.00 games in the bundles depending on which Company is sponsoring that particular week.
Once you get the game link, you can link to your steam account by clicking
the steam button that appears. Done deal. I personally tested
It by buying this weeks bundle (I donated $5.00) and easily linked them to Steam, and there they were in my Steam library.
It's the coolest thing I've found to get great games.
The guy that told me about it had only been gaming less than a year and had 90 good games, so I was intrigued to try it out.
Aside from the bundles, the humble store had all the Duke Nukem and Serious Sam games for like 99 cents.
The Weekly Bundles are the main thing why it's amazing though, and where you will save the most money.
Enjoy!! I know I wish I'd heard about this sooner!!!
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