Humble Weekly Sale features Daedalic and Nordic this week

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The weekly Humble Sale, saving you money while putting funds toward a good cause, is focusing on Daedalic and Nordic Games this week. The basic bundle at a measly $1 will net you Dead Reefs, Safecracker, Aura 1 and Mystery Series: A Vampire Tale. Of course there are more games to be had if you're feeling more generous, up to and including The Raven Deluxe edition if you spend $15. This trailer has a humorous look at the deals, and you can hit the break for more info on the various games offered and the pricing structure.



Nordic and Daedalic is an AMAZING combination. 


Nordic Games partners up with Daedalic Entertainment for the latest Humble Weekly Sale

The Adventure Company & Friends bundle launches with prices from $1

Vienna, AUSTRIA/Hamburg, GERMANY (Februrary 20th 2014) – Nordic Games has teamed up with Daedalic Entertainment for its second Humble Weekly Sale, which goes live today at 11am PST for the usual seven days and includes popular games such as The Book of Unwritten Tales, The Raven, Deponia, Edna & Harvey: The Breakout with prices starting at just $1.

The basic bundle, which costs a minimum of $1, comprises Dead Reefs, Safecracker, Aura 1 and Mystery Series: A Vampire Tale. Those prepared to spend a minimum of $6 will get Dark Fall 1 and 2, The Book of Unwritten Tales Deluxe, The Book of Unwritten Tales: The Critter Chronicles Deluxe and Jack Keane 2 – The Fire Within, – all from Nordic Games. These are joined by Deponia and Edna & Harvey: The Breakout from Daedalic Entertainment.

Finally, for a minimum spend of $15 gamers will also receive The Raven Deluxe. The Adventure Company & Friends Humble Bundle will provide gamers savings of up to $164.

“We’re delighted to offer our second Humble Bundle and teaming up with no other than the great gals and guys from Daedalic,” said Thomas Reisinger, Key Account Manager Online Sales, Nordic Games. “There’s 12 fantastic titles competitively priced, including two from Daedalic. If you are into adventure games and charity, this is heaven on earth.”

“It’s great to be part of this adventure-party. This is a great opportunity for gamers to grab two of our classics, Deponia and Edna and Harvey: The Breakout, for a bargain price, plus doing it for a good cause,” said Tom Kersten, International & Digital Sales Manager at Daedalic Entertainment.

"Nordic Games and Daedalic Entertainment have great games.” said John Graham, Co-Founder and COO of Humble Bundle. “So we’re excited to be promoting them in The Adventure Company & Friends Weekly Sale.”

Gamers can also choose how their purchase is divided and contribute to one of two worthwhile charities. The choices are: Nordic Games, Child’s Play Charity and/or Electronic Frontier Foundation.

For more information on The Adventure Company & Friends’ Humble Bundle please visit:

About Nordic Games GmbH
Nordic Games GmbH is a wholly owned publishing subsidiary of Nordic Games Group AB. Founded in 2011, the Vienna/Austria based company puts great emphasis on its extensive game catalogue. The core portfolio comprises products and brands which have been acquired from JoWooD Entertainment AG, DreamCatcher Interactive Inc., THQ Inc., and Atari SAS, and further IPs and trademarks will follow.

The company will pursue the long-term goal of delivering quality products that live up to expectations of gamers worldwide. For more information, please visit

About Daedalic Entertainment
Daedalic Entertainment is a Hamburg-based indie-studio that develops and publishes high-quality games worldwide, focusing on the projects with strong narratives. Over the last few years, Daedalic has collected 21 German Game Developer Awards (incl. “Studio of the Year 2009, 2013”), five German Computer Game Awards (incl. “Best Game 2011”), and more.

About Humble Bundle
Humble Bundle is a digital distribution platform that bundles awesome cross-platform games, movies, music and books and puts the power directly in the hands of the consumers, offering them fully-featured titles at prices they set themselves. Consumers pay what they want, and decide how to allocate their money between developers, charity, and a humble tip. Since the company’s launch in 2010, Humble Bundle has worked with hundreds of independent developers and major publishers and raised $33 million for charity. Humble Bundle is a modest team with a dream, supported by more than 4 million customers.

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