ET Deals: Learn to Develop Games with the Humble Book Bundle

ET Deals: Learn to Develop Games with the Humble Book Bundle

Ready to start a career in game development? This Humble Book Bundle by Mercury is particularly noteworthy. For those of us looking to take a holistic approach to gamedev, this is a great place to start the journey.

• Humble Book Bundle: Program Your Own Games by Mercury

ET Deals: Learn to Develop Games with the Humble Book Bundle

For those with a very tight budget, paying a single dollar will still deliver a lot of worthwhile information. From study of how games impact humans to basic design questions to making top-notch cutscenes, you’re definitely getting your money’s worth.

Pay a minimum of $1

Move up to the $8 level, and you’ll add six more DRM-free digital books. Whether you’re interested in honing your writing skills, starting on mobile development, or studying games of the past, this tier is a great investment.

Pay a minimum of $8

Spend at least 15 bucks, and you’ll get everything this bundle has to offer. Not only will you receive all of the books mentioned above, but eight more ebooks will be available for your reading and learning pleasure.

Pay a minimum of $15

More important than saving money is helping charity. A portion of your bundle’s price will be allocated to one of the thousands of charities that participate with Humble Bundle. The Whale and Dolphin Conservation charity is being featured currently, but who benefits is up to you.

Sale Ends: August 20th, 2018 at 11AM PT

Note: Terms and conditions apply. See the Humble site for more information.

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