These ‘Star Wars’ video games can be yours for a small donation

Pay what you want for $115 worth of games.

Mar 1, 2020, 11:03 am*

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Dennis Scimeca 

Dennis Scimeca

The Star Wars Humble Bundle deal begins with three of the best Star Wars video games ever, and they’re practically being given away.

Humble Bundle deals allow you to pay whatever you want above a minimum donation of $1 to get a base set of games. You then decide how your money is distributed. The two main choices for this bundle are the game developers and the U.S. Fund for UNICEF. All of the games listed below are delivered to PC users through Steam keys. Only some of the games are available for Mac. You can check to see which games have Mac versions by reading this list.

The base games for this Humble Bundle deal are Knights of the Old Republic (KOTOR), a masterpiece role-playing game developed by BioWare; the first person shooter Dark Forces; and Jedi Knight: Jedi Academy, one of the sequels to Dark Forces that added a lightsaber and Force powers to the player’s arsenal.

If you pay more than the current average donation of $11.32, you also unlock Battlefront II (a combined-arms first-person shooter), Knights of the Old Republic II: The Sith Lords, and Republic Commando (a squad-based FPS). And if you donate at least $12, you get those six games plus the Empire At War Gold Pack (a real-time strategy game that includes all the expansions) and The Force Unleashed I and II (action games where you play as a powerful Sith apprentice).

There are 13 hours remaining for this deal, and the website promises more games to come. Existing donors will receive any new games that fall under the threshold of their previous donation. The more generous you are, the less you have to worry about missing out on new additions to this impressive Star Wars collection.

H/T Venturebeat | Illustration via Crosa/Flickr (CC BY 2.0)

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*First Published: Feb 4, 2015, 1:30 pm