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Humble is offering a fantastic deal for city managing fans with the Humble Cities: Skylines Bundle, available until July 8.
Cities: Skylines is everything a SimCity fan would want, and it’s available in the bundle for as little as $1. Like other Humble Bundles, you can choose to pay more to unlock more games (via Steam codes). In this case, the additional content adds a large amount of previously released DLC.
Pay at least $1:
- Cities: Skylines
- Deep Focus Radio DLC
Pay more than the average donation (currently $7.32) to also unlock:
- Concerts DLC
- High-Tech Buildings Creator Pack
- Snowfall DLC
- Natural Disasters DLC
Pay more than $10 to also unlock:
- Mass Transit DLC
- Green Cities DLC
- Industries DLC
- Campus DLC
- Art Deco Content Creator Pack
- European Suburbia Content Creator Pack
The newest DLC that released earlier this year, Sunset Harbor, is not included in the bundle.
The Content Creator Packs are smaller DLC that add new models and buildings, typically priced around $5. The others are larger additions that add new features and mechanics, such as Mass Transit’s new service hubs and scenarios and Campus’ school zones and educational policies. Each of the bigger DLCs are priced between $13 and $15.
As with all Humble Bundles, you can choose how much of your donation goes to the developers, how much to the chosen charity (Child’s Play, though you can choose your own from their database), and how much to Humble.
Cities: Skylines originally released in 2015 by Colossal Order and published by Paradox Interactive. It expertly filled the single player city building void left by the disappointing SimCity (2013), and has released numerous paid DLC and content updates in the years since.
Cities: Skylines is rate E for Everyone.
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