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Humble Summer Adventure Games Bundle Includes Full Walking Dead Series

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The latest Humble Bundle, Humble Summer Adventure Games Bundle, features several Telltale Adventure games, including all four full seasons (and two mini-seasons) of The Walking Dead adventure games.

Pay just $1 to unlock the following games:

  • The Walking Dead – Season 1
  • The Walking Dead: 400 Days
  • Batman: The Enemy Within
  • Oxenfree (plus soundtrack)

By paying more than the average donation (currently $8.12), you can also unlock these games:

  • The Walking Dead – Season 2
  • The Walking Dead: Michonne
  • The Wolf Among Us
  • Batman – The Enemy Within: Shadows Mode

Pay $15 or more to unlock everything, including:

  • Batman – The Telltale Series (plus Shadows Mode)
  • The Walking Dead: A New Frontier
  • The Walking Dead: The Final Season
  • Heaven’s Vault

All games provide a Steam code for the PC versions. The bundle is available for the next two weeks, ending July 21.

The associated charity is JDRF, a nonprofit focused on type 1 diabetes research. It’s a personal cause for Telltale founder Dan Connors, who has a son with T1D. Connors has a volunteer lead role with the Games2Give initiative, building a community of gamers and fundraisers for T1D.

“Since COVID-19 has all but shut down in-person fundraising, this bundle is critical in ensuring JDRF’s important work can continue,” said Connors. “I’m grateful to Skybound and to the new owners of Telltale for bringing The Walking Dead, The Wolf Among Us, and Batman together again, as well as to Night School Studio and Inkle for offering their brilliant games in support of JDRF. And to everyone who pitches in to help fund the research that will someday allow my son and millions of others to live free of the burden of type 1 diabetes, thank you!”

JDRF will feature multiple twitch streamers showcasing games from the bundle on their official twitch channel, August 7-16. JDRF’s first fundraising event took place last November and raised $37k for T1D research.