The “Kart Racers Games Humble Bundle” offers eight indie kart multiplayer games. Pay what you want and support charities by picking it up.
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If you fancy a wild race with drifts, power-ups and crazy racetracks, this could be worth taking a look at. Humble Bundle is currently offering an Indie Kart Game Bundle which offers eight fun racers for a favourable price. By buying the package, you can also donate part of your expenses to charity organisations “Malala Fund” and “Women Who Code”.
Which games does the Bundle include?
The Indie Kart Bundle includes eight rather small, but fun racing games. All of which are made to be played with friends locally or online. Among them is ‘Nickelodeon Kart Racers 2: Grand Prix’, where you play as Spongebob Squarepants, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles or Invader Zim.
Retro fans will be happy with ‘Super Indie Karts’, a 90’s style local multiplayer game available to play in 64-bit or 16-bit graphics. Also included is Zeepkist, where you race against up to 64 players in soapboxes on downhill courses. The community can create their own layouts.
The remaining games are also smaller multiplayer-focused titles in ‘Garfield Kart: Furious Racing’, ‘Super Indie Karts’, ‘Beach Buggy Racing 2: Island Adventure’, ‘All-Star Fruit Racing’ and ‘Monster League’.
To get the bundle you need to pay at least €9.48. Those who pay €18.96 or more will also get access to ‘Nickelodeon Kart Racers 3: Slime Speedway’. Humble Bundle is only available for PC users and access to the game comes via Steam gift codes.
Supporting charity with Indie Kart Humble Bundle
Apart from the mandatory minimum fee, you can freely decide how much you want to pay for the Indie Kart Humble Bundle. You can also choose how you want to distribute your payments between the game developers or pre-selected charity organisations.
This Humble Bundle supports the ‘Malala Fund’. This is a charity that supports advocates and activists who fight for free and safe education for girls. The second charity is ‘Women Who Code’, a non-profit organisation which supports women to pursue careers in technology and coding.
You can get your hands on the bundle on the official Humble Bundle website.
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