The Humble Might and Magic Bundle offers a bumper collection of fantasy gaming

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The latest offering from Humble includes all the fantasy empire-building you could ever want, topped off with a meaty slice of gory, orc-skewering combat and a garnish of first-person RPG dungeon-crawling.

Humble Might & Magic Bundle

 

The latest offering from Humble includes all the fantasy empire-building you could ever want, topped off with a meaty slice of gory, orc-skewering combat and a garnish of first-person RPG dungeon-crawling.

 

The Humble Might & Magic Bundle offers every single Heroes of Might & Magic game except the very first one, as well as Might & Magic I-VI and X, and the excellent Dark Messiah of Might & Magic

 

 

Typing these names out over and over again is getting very tedious already, but it's about to get worse. Alright, here goes; pay anything to get access to HoM&M II and IV, plus the M&M I-VI Collection and a M&M Online Starter Pack.

 

Pay over the average price, around $11 as of this post, and you'll add HoM&M V, Might & Magic Heroes VI (here is where the series, unforgivably, decides to switch its name around again), Dark Messiah and Might & Magic: Clash of Heroes.

 

Pay $15 or more and you'll round things of with Might & Magic X: Legacy and its expansion The Falcon & The UnicornHoM&M III HD EditionMight & Magic Heroes VI: Shades of Darkness, and a Might & Magic Duel of Champions Starter Pack.

 

I was going to edit this post, because it's a jumbled mess of nouns and Roman numerals. But no, let it stand as a reminder of just how bloody awful the titling is in this series. I may never play another Might & Magic game again, because writing this nearly drove me insane. Anyway, the... Bundle is available for another two weeks.

 

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