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PC Games - Humble Flash Re-Bundle - Codemasters

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Pay what you want for;

Overlord
Overlord: Raising Hell DLC
Operation Flashpoint: Red River
Operation Flashpoint: Dragon Rising
Rise of the Argonauts

Pay $6 or more to unlock!

DiRT Showdown
DiRT 3
Overlord II

From the Website;

The Humble Flash Re-Bundle: Codemasters

Seven thrilling games from Codemasters. Guns, cars, overlording - what more can a person ask for? Seven action-packed titles plus DLC from award-winning games developer and publisher, Codemasters, are bundled again for one day only. Pay what you want for the warped fantasy action-adventure game, Overlord and the Overlord: Raising Hell DLC, the military conflict simulators, Operation Flashpoint: Red River and Operation Flashpoint: Dragon Rising, and ancient Greece-based action RPG, Rise of the Argonauts. Pay $6 or more to receive all of the above as well as two all-action racing games, DiRT Showdown and DiRT 3, plus the sequel to the dark fantasy game, Overlord II.

Pay what you want. If you purchased all these games separately, it would cost more than $119, but we're letting you name your price!

Redeem on Steam. All of these games run on Steam for Windows and require a $1 minimum purchase. Full system requirements for the games can be found at https://support.humblebundle.com/hc/en-us/articles/202434264.

Support a vital cause. You choose where your money goes: between Codemasters, and the featured charity, The Prince's Trust. If you like this bundle, a tip to Humble Bundle would be greatly appreciated!

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  • +1 vote

    these humbles are bad news… $6 more go towards another pack :)

  • +2 votes

    Turns out that I already own this bundle :)

  • -1 vote

    I hate Codemasters as a company so this is one bundle I'm happy to give all the money to charity.

    • +3 votes

      enlighten us?

      • +3 votes

        I already have the games. I buy every humble bundle regardless 'cause I like to give to charity and the developers need the money. Codemasters killed Operation Flashpoint. It was a great game made by BIS and distributed by Codemasters. When they parted ways Codemasters took the name and then sold their new Operation Flashpoint games as "sequels" even though they had no relation to the original game.

        The first sequel was buggy and rubbish and it took them all of 1 month to cut all support for it. Same for the second game. They're good at making driving games but they destroy anything else they touch.

    • +3 votes

      You hate codemasters but want to play their games…

    • +1 vote

      Are you cutting your nose to spite your face? Bit confused with your logic there.

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        He's getting a bunch of games without paying any money to the publisher and in theory all of it goes to the 3rd party

    • +5 votes

      They made Micro Machines! How can you hate them?

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    Turns out that i already own all the games except Rise of the Argonauts.

  • +1 vote

    I have soooo many games i'll never play.

    Now i have two more :)

    Thanks OP!

  • +4 votes

    700gigs of steam games, do I need more?

    • +5 votes

      Yes.

    • +1 vote

      Is that a trick question?

      How many more HDDs you need to store the damn things is the more pressing question :)

      • +1 vote

        How many more HDDs you need to store the damn things is the more pressing question :)

        Ozbargain has you covered friend!

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      I currently have 550 games on Steam according to the game library. Do i need more?

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        :o omg How many gigs is that?

        Or havent you got enough HD space for them all lol :D

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          According to mysteamgauge.com

          "Over the last 3 years, you've spent 1066.6 hours playing this selection, which includes 556 items, is valued at $6859.89, and requires 2360 GB"

          Lots of games but never enough time to play them much. Ironically most of the time was spent playing TF2 which is now a free game. lol no way i can download 2.3gb all at once on my poor little 240gb SSD.

        • +3 votes

          that's the beauty of steam. you can uninstall it whenever you want and reinstalling it is but a button click away :D

          i only keep 5 or 6 games installed at any given time

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          @alebox:

          Yup, steam is simply awesome.

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          @hollykryten: as per the comments above and you can always migrate your steam library to a HDD if you want a few games installed at any one time.

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          @hollykryten: If that value is right, you've paid over $6 per hour of actual playing for the privilege of your library - but I'm sure they were all at bargain prices ;-) and they probably add those cards as having a value too!

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          @hollykryten: wow thanks for that link to mysteamgauge, now I am depressed:

          Over the last 5 years, you've spent 1315.8 hours playing this selection, which includes 965 items, is valued at $12781.96, and requires 3108.8 GB

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          @Dominus:

          Another fun one to use with a library so big is steam roulette, takes the hard and daunting task of picking which game to play next out of your hands and into lady lucks. :)

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      Oh and bought :/ hehe

      Must have more :)

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      Over the last 3 years, you've spent 1221.8 hours playing this selection, which includes 176 items, is valued at $2629.43, and requires 916.4 GB

      Aww I dont win here lol

  • +11 votes

    at least we dont need to visit dodgy BT sites to get our games now, this is the model that the movie industry needs to embrace, something that is easy to do and affordable… look, ppl buying games they'll never play, win-win..

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    guys, stupid Q time.. i do have a steam account (opened 2 months ago, thanks to the great deals here)… can i play games off my steam account on 2 different PCs that i own… if i login with my credentials on those diff pc's… or is it 1 only ever… just not sure how flexible steam (and origin, etc..) are with multiple PC's at home?

    thanks in advance!

    • +2 votes

      Officially, you can only login to one computer at a time with a single Steam account. That way, if you buy one game you can only play that game on one computer at a time.
      In reality though, it all depends on the game. Some allow you to start playing on one PC and then login to Steam on another PC without the game dropping out.

      But it's all trial and error so no promises.

    • +1 vote

      Perhaps make a second steam account and gift your second self from your first self.

    • +1 vote

      so u guys r saying i could, "lend" my steam account to my cousin in europe, as if i had flown out there, and he can install all the games under my account and play them — provided that i dont log into my steam account in Oz…. and then when he's done he can let give me my steam account back….. given i also have an Origin account, we could oscillate between the two (or more)….. is this how the game is played?

      • +1 vote

        As long as you do the account verification on the 'other' system there shouldn't be any issue. Verification usually consists of entering a code that is sent to your email. Easy

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        Yes you can :D

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        I wonder if this would raise some red flags within Steam - with an account being constantly accessed from two different places in two very different parts of the world.

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          not if u constantly travel every 6 months…

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          @sachz: Whether you are actually travelling or just sharing with a friend is irrelevant - I'm merely wondering if there is some automated system that checks for this sort of thing, and flags the irregular access for follow up etc.

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    Deal is now over, but according to the website, there will be a new 24 hour flash sale every Monday (Tues Aus time, I guess)

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