The folks over at Humble put together some particularly noteworthy bundles that aim to both teach and entertain. Whether you’re looking to learn how to develop VR apps, enjoy a wide selection of D&D stories, or dive into the eyebrow-raising digital books of Chuck Tingle, these limited-time bundles are alluring. Best of all, a portion of each sale goes to charity.
Humble Book Bundle: Virtual Reality by Springer Nature
Virtual reality and augmented reality are exciting new modes of interacting with games and apps, but taking advantage of them as a developer requires a new skillset. Spend at least $ 1 on Virtual Reality by Springer Nature, and these DRM-free digital books will teach you the ropes. And if you’re willing to spend $ 15, you’ll end up with over $ 1,000 worth of content.
Sale Ends: July 16 at 11 a.m. PT
Humble Book Bundle: Chuck Tingle Humbles our Bundle
If you’ve ever wanted to dip your toe into the bizarre and wonderful writing of Chuck Tingle, this book bundle gives you a wide variety of his short stories. While these are obviously not for children, the absurdist satire that Tingle wields is more than worth the low buy-in. You can get a handful of ebooks for as little as $ 1, but a minimum purchase of $ 15 nets you $ 141 worth of Tingle-tastic goodness.
Sale Ends: July 18 at 11 a.m. PT
Humble Comics Bundle: Dungeons & Dragons 2018 by IDW Publishing
While the D&D framework is best known as a way to tell your own stories along with your friends, the lore and settings of this beloved franchise also make for exciting comic book tales. Curious? Well, the folks at IDW Publishing have partnered with Humble Bundle to create a D&D comics bundle that’s jam-packed with everything you love about this fantasy world starting at a single dollar.
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