HRK Make Bundle

Lasts forever, but games subject to change

$1.1? / 1,05€ for 5 games from a list of 80+ games!


Recommended userscript: judgegr's SortableTables (excellent for sorting the tables via whatever column you want, suggested by d3m4n).


UPDATES

2017.06.29 - Chart rebuilt and updated by Reforced (thanks a lot!)


Promotion:

  • 5 Games and "3 HRK Gems": $1.1? / 1,05€
  • 10 Games and "4 HRK Gems": $2.1? / 2,01€
  • 15 Games and "5 HRK Gems": $3.1? / 2,97€

Games subject to change without previous warning. G2A related site (apparently).

Extra notes

Any buyers should know that HRK only accepts G2Pay as a payment. G2Pay can use bank cards or PayPal, but all payment info goes through G2A as well. Knowing some people are incredibly allergic to G2A (myself included), it can be an issue to know about. Maybe.
On the other hand, I don't think I ever heard about HRK selling fake/stolen/duplicate keys. They mostly specialise in (re)selling the cheapest bundle keys and are apparently in direct contact with a few indie devs.

(thanks talgaby)


GAME RATINGS CARDS BUNDLED RETAIL PRICE
Robin's Island Adventure 41% of 17 Reviews - 3 $4.99
RC Cars 71% of 135 Reviews - 2 $2.99
Planet Alcatraz 81% of 186 Reviews 7 $3.99
Konung 3: Ties of the Dynasty 66% of 36 Reviews - 7 $2.99
Konung 2 84% of 66 Reviews - 6 $2.99
Hexus 83% of 31 Reviews - 5 $4.99
Freight Tycoon Inc. 61% of 185 Reviews - 3 $4.99
Soulless: Ray Of Hope 77% of 84 Reviews 3 $9.99
E.T. Armies 55% of 183 Reviews 2 $14.99
Paranautical Activity: Deluxe Atonement Edition 71% of 1,364 Reviews 7 $9.99
Super Toy Cars 63% of 288 Reviews 3 $9.99
Off-Road Drive 61% of 370 Reviews - 5 $4.99
7,62 High Calibre 77% of 222 Reviews 5 $4.99
Three Dead Zed (†) 71% of 78 Reviews 3 $5.99
Iron Soul 16% of 50 Reviews 0 $4.99
Legends of Persia 12% of 132 Reviews - 6 $19.99
Parkan 2 65% of 184 Reviews 5 $3.99
HOUND 69% of 13 Reviews - 0 $9.99
Dead Effect 73% of 2,478 Reviews 16 $4.99
Construct: Escape the System 78% of 38 Reviews 0 $7.99
Spheroids - of 4 Reviews 0 $7.99
Void 73% of 19 Reviews 1 $4.99
In Fear I Trust 55% of 20 Reviews - 0 $3.99
Satellite Repairman 90% of 21 Reviews 1 $3.99
NecroVision 68% of 603 Reviews - 6 $4.99
Albedo: Eyes from Outer Space 55% of 229 Reviews 4 $14.99
Back to Bed 75% of 468 Reviews 6 $5.99
Shut Up And Dig 63% of 294 Reviews 4 $4.99
Gunnheim 42% of 183 Reviews 12 $9.99
Witch's Pranks: Frog's Fortune Collector's Edition 87% of 78 Reviews - 7 $6.99
Tachyon Project 73% of 30 Reviews 2 $9.99
The Sun and Moon 87% of 132 Reviews - 4 $6.99
Brigade E5: New Jagged Union 65% of 40 Reviews - 3 $3.99
Dawn of Magic 2 54% of 44 Reviews - 1 $2.99
Reign: Conflict of Nations 47% of 67 Reviews - 5 $3.99
Rush for Glory 69% of 104 Reviews - 11 $14.99
Mountain Crime: Requital (†) 88% of 167 Reviews 2 $2.99
Teddy Floppy Ear - The Race 76% of 623 Reviews 7 $4.99
Breezeblox 93% of 30 Reviews - 2 $2.99
Hero of the Kingdom 91% of 2,420 Reviews 10 $5.99
A.I.M. Racing 76% of 42 Reviews - 3 $2.99
Corporate Lifestyle Simulator (†) 86% of 474 Reviews - 1 $4.99
Dashing Dinos - of 3 Reviews - 2 $11.99
Mini Metal 70% of 17 Reviews 1 $9.99
Rig n Roll 48% of 294 Reviews - 4 $4.99
Dreamscapes: The Sandman - Premium Edition 80% of 72 Reviews - 6 $6.99
Pilot Brothers 2 73% of 26 Reviews - 3 $4.99
Doc Clock: The Toasted Sandwich of Time 42% of 154 Reviews - 6 $4.99
Vive le Roi 85% of 14 Reviews - 1 $3.99
Violett Remastered (†) 62% of 597 Reviews 4 $9.99
Teddy Floppy Ear - Mountain Adventure 89% of 455 Reviews 6 $4.99
Chronology 87% of 292 Reviews 5 $4.99
Cast of the Seven Godsends - Redux 66% of 123 Reviews 0 $6.99
Garshasp: The Monster Slayer 46% of 290 Reviews - 9 $4.99
Battlepaths (†) 68% of 725 Reviews 10 $4.99
Namariel Legends: Iron Lord Premium Edition 80% of 52 Reviews - 7 $6.99
Crazy Belts 50% of 20 Reviews - 7 $3.99
Tomato Way 77% of 77 Reviews 4 $5.99
Zombie Shooter 2 (†) 77% of 268 Reviews - 8 $9.99
Teddy Floppy Ear - Kayaking 80% of 342 Reviews 6 $4.99
A.I.M.2 Clan Wars 77% of 181 Reviews - 7 $2.99
Legends of Atlantis: Exodus 89% of 37 Reviews - 2 $6.99
Huntsman: The Orphanage (Halloween Edition) (†) 29% of 194 Reviews - 2 $9.99
Faces of War 87% of 395 Reviews - 6 $4.99
BorderZone 32% of 49 Reviews 2 $2.99
Frederic: Evil Strikes Back 83% of 582 Reviews 7 $7.99
Dreamscapes: Nightmare's Heir - Premium Edition 71% of 42 Reviews - 5 $6.99
Reverse Crawl 91% of 304 Reviews - 5 $5.99
LUXIS 84% of 25 Reviews 6 $4.99
Real Warfare 1242 48% of 43 Reviews - 4 $3.99
Death Track®: Resurrection 43% of 72 Reviews - 6 $2.99
El Matador 65% of 170 Reviews - 4 $3.99
Space Ranger ASK - of 8 Reviews - 1 $8.99
Night Mysteries: The Amphora Prisoner 68% of 76 Reviews 3 $2.99
Farming World 38% of 209 Reviews 6 $4.99
Pilot Brothers 80% of 56 Reviews - 3 $4.99
Pilot Brothers 3: Back Side of the Earth 50% of 14 Reviews - 1 $4.99
Vertical Drop Heroes HD (†) 82% of 654 Reviews - 11 $6.99
Apothecarium: The Renaissance of Evil - Premium Edition 54% of 61 Reviews - 3 $6.99
Cuban Missile Crisis 74% of 75 Reviews - 2 $4.99
Button Tales 100% of 33 Reviews 3 $3.99
Three Fourths Home: Extended Edition 63% of 146 Reviews 5 $4.99
Iesabel (†) 28% of 584 Reviews - 6 $4.99
Green Ranch 76% of 13 Reviews 5 $5.99
League of Mermaids 70% of 34 Reviews - 3 $6.99
Ascension to the Throne 84% of 163 Reviews - 5 $2.99
Global Ops: Commando Libya 39% of 268 Reviews - 7 $4.99
Cuties 65% of 134 Reviews 2 $2.99
Imperial Glory 79% of 667 Reviews - 9 $4.99
Frederic: Resurrection of Music 85% of 750 Reviews 8 $2.99
Tisnart Tiles 73% of 19 Reviews 5 $2.99
Cuban Missile Crisis: Ice Crusade 65% of 20 Reviews - 1 $4.99
Desert Law 54% of 24 Reviews - 2 $2.99
Stalingrad 88% of 117 Reviews - 5 $4.99
Voodoo Chronicles: The First Sign HD - Director’s Cut Edition 5% of 18 Reviews - 1 $6.99
Nash Racing 48% of 33 Reviews 2 $3.99
Wasteland Angel 58% of 232 Reviews - 16 $9.99
Autumn (†) 56% of 136 Reviews 1 $2.99
Fantasy Wars 79% of 111 Reviews - 8 $4.99
To Ash 92% of 13 Reviews 5 $1.99
Lightfish 83% of 131 Reviews - 12 $4.99
Deep Eclipse: New Space Odyssey 50% of 38 Reviews - 10 $5.99
Sparkle 3 Genesis (†) 64% of 399 Reviews 8 $4.99
War on Folvos (†) 68% of 48 Reviews - 3 $3.99
Ringies (†) 55% of 36 Reviews - 3 $3.99
G Prime - of 8 Reviews - 0 $14.99
Sleeping Valley (†) 39% of 101 Reviews 8 $3.99
Ultimate Solid - of 9 Reviews 1 $5.99
Garshasp: Temple of the Dragon 28% of 109 Reviews - 8 $4.99
Alien Shooter 89% of 432 Reviews - 8 $4.99
Age of Steel: Recharge 64% of 150 Reviews 7 $6.99
Jane Angel: Templar Mystery 66% of 18 Reviews - 4 $4.99
Perimeter: Emperor's Testament 69% of 13 Reviews - 3 $3.99
Elven Legacy 69% of 85 Reviews - 4 $4.99
Millie 82% of 480 Reviews 9 $3.99
Sparkle 2 Evo (†) 73% of 1,805 Reviews 10 $4.99
Era of Majesty 65% of 196 Reviews 2 $5.99
Perimeter 81% of 79 Reviews 2 $3.99
Orborun (†) 82% of 383 Reviews - 9 $5.99
Alien Shooter 2 Conscription (†) 80% of 169 Reviews - 8 $9.99
Praetorians 72% of 336 Reviews - 9 $4.99
Post Master 43% of 219 Reviews 9 $4.99
16bit Trader (†) 40% of 1,186 Reviews 5 $2.99
A Game of Changes 60% of 30 Reviews 2 $4.99
Scrap Garden 83% of 126 Reviews 1 $9.99
Fall of the New Age Premium Edition 60% of 83 Reviews - 6 $6.99
Goblin Defenders: Steel‘n’ Wood 65% of 64 Reviews 3 $2.99
Neon Space ULTRA 80% of 150 Reviews 2 $2.99
Sister’s Secrecy: Arcanum Bloodlines - Premium Edition 66% of 27 Reviews - 4 $6.99
Zombie Shooter 86% of 337 Reviews - 8 $4.99
Soldiers: Heroes of World War II 80% of 228 Reviews - 3 $4.99
QuestRun (†) 54% of 721 Reviews 9 $8.99
Alien Shooter 2: Reloaded (†) 92% of 644 Reviews - 8 $4.99
Zombie Kill of the Week - Reborn 93% of 633 Reviews 2 $6.99
BoomTown! Deluxe 77% of 31 Reviews - 4 $4.99
Alien Shooter: Revisited 67% of 123 Reviews - 4 $4.99
Skilltree Saga 33% of 134 Reviews - 6 $9.99
Vindictive Drive 92% of 14 Reviews 3 $2.99
Daily Chthonicle: Editor's Edition 79% of 67 Reviews 2 $3.99
Hexoscope 95% of 184 Reviews 4 $2.99
Shift 72% of 111 Reviews 1 $0.99
Tapocalypse 70% of 78 Reviews 1 $2.99
Office Battle 72% of 571 Reviews 2 $0.99
Attempt[42] 49% of 53 Reviews 3 $2.99
Invention 2 59% of 299 Reviews 2 $0.99
Cavern Escape (†) 27% of 112 Reviews 5 $0.99
Akin (†) 89% of 118 Reviews 4 $2.99
Naval Warfare (†) 54% of 232 Reviews - 12 $2.99
Spoiler Alert (†) 74% of 982 Reviews 5 $2.99
Surfingers 83% of 426 Reviews 6 $1.99
The Construct 43% of 32 Reviews 6 $2.99
Shake Your Money Simulator 2016 (†) 64% of 501 Reviews 2 $0.99
Super LOH (†) 65% of 145 Reviews 1 $0.99
Super Duper Flying Genocide 2017 64% of 955 Reviews 1 $0.99
Planet Driller 72% of 54 Reviews 2 $1.99
Hard Room 72% of 301 Reviews 5 $2.99
Merger 3D 54% of 96 Reviews 3 $2.99
City Siege: Faction Island 70% of 10 Reviews - 2 $6.99
SizeBlock 71% of 106 Reviews 1 $1.99
VoxreD 63% of 76 Reviews 2 $0.99
Beerman 45% of 20 Reviews 2 $1.99
Puzzle Cube 86% of 15 Reviews 5 $2.99
Liveza: Death of the Earth 64% of 90 Reviews 5 $2.99
Puzzle Galaxies 77% of 85 Reviews 5 $0.99
El Ninja (Beta) (†) 85% of 321 Reviews 2 N/A
Heaven Forest - VR MMO (†) 69% of 277 Reviews 3 $0.99
The Return Home 45% of 79 Reviews 5 $0.99
Madrobot X 89% of 67 Reviews 3 $2.99
Tompi Jones (†) 33% of 71 Reviews - 3 $3.99
Volstead 56% of 23 Reviews - 10 $2.99
NORTH 66% of 237 Reviews 5 $1.99
Timberman (†) 94% of 4,802 Reviews 6 $0.99
The Last Hope (†) 45% of 347 Reviews 6 $1.99
Brave Dungeon 77% of 96 Reviews 2 $0.99
Black Sand Drift 82% of 142 Reviews 4 $0.99
Cruel Arena 56% of 50 Reviews - 3 $0.99
Endorlight (†) 61% of 1,359 Reviews 5 $2.99
Bacteria 62% of 136 Reviews 5 $0.99
Dynamic 34% of 64 Reviews 7 $1.99
The Juicer 86% of 145 Reviews 3 $0.99
Finnish Roller 30% of 33 Reviews 5 $0.99
Space Hack (†) 42% of 679 Reviews - 8 $4.99
Murder Miners (†) 81% of 3,823 Reviews - 5 $0.99
ShipLord (†) 57% of 387 Reviews 10 $1.99
Tales of Destruction (†) 22% of 63 Reviews 6 $1.99

Retail:

  • Tier 1 = $913.16

CV:

  • Tier 1 = 114.2265

Warning:

You cannot create giveaways for the following games: "Three Dead Zed", "Mountain Crime: Requital", "Corporate Lifestyle Simulator", "Violett Remastered", "Battlepaths", "Zombie Shooter 2", "Huntsman: The Orphanage (Halloween Edition)", "Vertical Drop Heroes HD", "Iesabel", "Autumn", "Sparkle 3 Genesis", "War on Folvos", "Ringies", "Sleeping Valley", "Sparkle 2 Evo", "Orborun", "Alien Shooter 2 Conscription", "16bit Trader", "QuestRun", "Alien Shooter 2: Reloaded", "Cavern Escape", "Akin", "Naval Warfare", "Spoiler Alert", "Shake Your Money Simulator 2016", "Super LOH", "El Ninja (Beta)", "Heaven Forest - VR MMO", "Tompi Jones", "Timberman", "The Last Hope", "Endorlight", "Space Hack", "Murder Miners", "ShipLord", "Tales of Destruction"


Wondering what games you already own from this bundle? There's an extension/ UserScript for that! It's called the RaChart™ Enhancer, created our fellow SG member Sighery!

This script enhances the charts by showing you which games you already own from the ones in it. If you own it, the row will be highlighted with a green color.

For more information and to Download, please click here for the RaChart™ Enhancer!


Thanks Rachel. Thanks Sighery. Thanks Kzilla88.

2 years ago*

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Gonna get anything in this "bundle"?

View Results
YES! EVERYTHING!
YUK! No.
Maybe a few, I twit I taw untwutled twames...
Repeats...
I'll give up my money to G2A when they peel my cold, dead fingers from it.

Any buyers should know that HRK only accepts G2Pay as a payment. G2Pay can use bank cards or PayPal, but all payment info goes through G2A as well. Knowing some people are incredibly allergic to G2A (myself included), it can be an issue to know about. Maybe.

On the other hand, I don't think I ever heard about HRK selling fake/stolen/duplicate keys. They mostly specialise in (re)selling the cheapest bundle keys and are apparently in direct contact with a few indie devs.

2 years ago
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See poll... ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)

Will add this to OP asap, still working on the chart.

EDIT: Meh, I wrote it wrong, it's "from around it", not "from it" (ಠ ∩ಠ)

2 years ago
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...and are apparently in direct contact with a few indie devs.

Yep, that's the thing that no one wants to acknowledge. People keep assuming that they are completely shady and always reselling bundle keys, but I think that in many cases, they are getting keys directly from publishers. A lot of these small game developers and publishers are not the prima donnas people assume them to be, and are more than willing to see HRK as an additional avenue for promotion, especially when a lot of these games have already been bundled to death or given away free, so the Make Bundle is not in any way devaluing the game any more than it already has been.

Plus, HRK is nowhere near as popular as more well-known sites like Humble, Indie Gala, Bundle Stars, and Groupees, so the number of keys they sell is probably a drop in the bucket and not a significant enough of an amount to cause any concern.

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I'd buy Schein fooor $1.1 / 6 = $0,18 =P=d=p

2 years ago
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2 years ago
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Don't be sad... Here, take a hug... ᕙ༼◕ ᴥ ◕༽ᕗ

2 years ago
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Q.U.B.E was free at one point. Only one I see in there that was in a free gleam giveaway.

2 years ago
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Q.U.B.E: Director's Cut and War on Folvos has been free

2 years ago
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Hmm... Would grab To Ash and perhaps Hero of Kingdom, but I'm probably going to stick to the bundle sites I'm more familiar with.

Edit:
Might also be worth noting that Miko Mole, Prehistoric Tales, Rescue Team, Incredible Dracula, Weather Lord and House of Snark bundle + 6 in 1 HOG bundle are in the current Groupees "Alawar" bundle ;)

2 years ago*
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Thanks! I will add a note for that but wouldn't it be cheaper to get that pack of games here?

2 years ago
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Oh yeah, it would. Just figured out I'd point out the fact that they are in another bundle too :)

2 years ago
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Just want to say thanks for picking the subject instead of Rachel.
And as for package... it's not that bad honestly but i don't like them neither g2a or any crap like this so will just pass. But as I said it's not that bad actually if you missing some of them.

2 years ago
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I think this might be interesting for:

  • Newcomers, since they can build their own bundle of games that have been bundled a lot of times but they've missed because, well, they're newcomers
  • CV farmers (lots of $14-$20 games in the list, so 5 games worth $20 would give 15 CV for $1.1, that's a quite good ratio)
  • Card farmers

If you're a regular, you probably have everything except a couple of games that haven't been bundled (yet) and a few games bundled only once.

2 years ago
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Yep, exactly.

2 years ago
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the link to the showcase page is a sweet feature!

2 years ago
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Thank you for the great job, you are doing too many hard works by adding links to isthereanydeal & steamcardexchange
I Miss Rachel , but the bundle racharts is safe again with you

2 years ago
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Not sure if it's still a thing, but last time I paid with Paypal, they added some 0,35€ to my payment (IIRC it's free only if you use G2A credit or something). Also, remember to disable the Shield thing.

2 years ago
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yes, it is better to add money to their wallet or to buy in bulk...

2 years ago
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the fee is there way of making you pay the paypal fee for them :) - they make you use there G2pay thing, which is the fee that they charge you for using it, that way they get all the monies :) - you have to go through their portal to paypal - no way around their fee :)

2 years ago
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Yes, they add a fee, but note, the price of their bundles used to be more expensive, and the fee was included in the cost.

They reduced the price of all the bundles several months ago, and now the fee is charged separately. This is actually more transparent, so I give them credit for that.

2 years ago
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Thanks for picking this up, and the enhancements to the chart! One suggestion - can you put the ✝ beside the price instead of the game name? I think it will stand out better there, and sort of makes sense from a CV perspective.

2 years ago
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I just want to tell you good luck. We're all counting on you.

2 years ago
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ignoring that its g2a crap, still way too much green on that chart... pass

2 years ago
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I see a lot of game that I want, but I hate their payment options.

2 years ago
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+1

2 years ago
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Wondering why I'm not Rachel?

Not really. Rachel intentionally never bothered creating a thread for the Make Bundle.

Here is an old thread where someone made an effort:

https://www.steamgifts.com/discussion/0MXPz/hrk-game-make-your-own-bundle-feb-2016

Here is another thread where someone had requested an updated chart:

https://www.steamgifts.com/discussion/iegqu/a-request-to-chart-the-hrk-make-bundle

So, thank you for creating an updated and now RaChart™ compatible version of this.

2 years ago
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To be honest, I did it because I needed it myself to keep track of the games on this bundle, I'm being a bit selfish here.

They usually have a (very) few unbundled games and since they do not advertise the changes to the list of games (or they do it poorly), I thought it was a good idea to have a thread for it. I'll update it when games are added/removed, but I hope people will also help with that (as I said it's hard to keep track changes there).

2 years ago
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To be honest, I did it because I needed it myself to keep track of the games on this bundle, I'm being a bit selfish here.

Just about every good thing I ever did, was because I had a selfish interest in something that I later shared with others. There's nothing wrong with that. I personally am not looking for anyone to be like Rachel. She was more anomaly than the norm, which is maybe why she was so sensitive and able to be driven away.

2 years ago
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Games that were given away for free:

  • Vertical Drop Heroes HD
  • Crash Time 2
  • Goblin Defenders: Steel‘n’ Wood
  • Normality
  • Steel & Steam: Episode 1
  • Spoiler Alert
  • Endorlight
  • ShipLord
  • The Deer
  • Space Hack
  • Heaven Island Life
2 years ago
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Thanks a lot!!

2 years ago
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Always glad to help ;)

I was going to say you missed Space Hack but then I noticed what you did there. I'll throw my 2 cents in and say for me it would make the most sense to have the symbol that indicates if a game has been given away for free in the BUNDLED column.

2 years ago
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Surprised to see DreamBreak there, looks too promising to be in a HRK bundle :/. No matter, I'll just trade for it since I don't want to deal with their payment method.

2 years ago
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This "make a bundle" is the source for a lot of non-bundled offers on barter. Funny thing is when you ask people where did they got the key it's always "a friend" who gave it to them (wink, wink). I usually check with my new friend HRK when I receive a strange offer on barter which includes a non-bundled game that could fit with what they put in their bundle.

2 years ago
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I have bought some things on HRK before (I did the lottery bundles - because the lottery titles are somewhat decent and I actually wanted a few of them). That said, I do have to question if HRK is a legit site or not. I personally have not had any issues (I also purchased an old game from Kinguin and also an old game from G2A - both of those purchases have not had issues either) but they do list some Blizzard products and that usually screams unlegit store.

I am really interested in the legitness of these stores since I do really want to buy Hearts of Iron IV (Colonel Edition) and HRK has a great price for it (as does wingamestore). I am unsure at this point where I will be purchasing the title as I really don't want to be in danger of shadiness.

2 years ago
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They claim they have actual legitimate deals with some developers, although I don't know how true this is. Most of the keys though come from bundles and other promotions, buy low and sell high later, basically the same thing they do at G2A and Kinguin. It's possible, as with G2A and Kinguin that some keys might have been stolen or bought with false credit cards, but I haven't heard anything like that happening with HRK yet.

2 years ago
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I think the main difference is that on G2A and Kinguin you purchase from a user - so the site is just the infrastructure that allows the deal to take place - where as on HRK it seems like they are the vendor who is providing you with the key (if I am not mistaken) and not some 3rd party user.

2 years ago
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Yes, I believe you are right. As far as I know there isn't anything as a market in HRK.

2 years ago
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Where are the sources of game keys?

HRK supplies its game keys from different sources. Most of the games are supplied directly from Publishers and Game Developers. The rest are supplied from authorized video game distributors which have the license of distribution.

(from HRK website) Whether or not that is true... is another story lol

2 years ago
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I havent read stories about keys getting removed from HRK.
So until that happens we should assume its legit.

2 years ago
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...The rest are supplied from authorized video game distributors which have the license of distribution.

Yes, they are sourcing keys from authorized distributors, but possibly in regions that are cheaper than where they were intended to be sold. The keys are always legit, just sometimes they might be gray market. Whether that matters to you is the question.

2 years ago
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In the day in age when companies report record breaking profits - it doesnt matter to me ;)

2 years ago
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G2A is also a vendor. You can purchase keys directly from them in addition to buying from their open marketplace.

2 years ago
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I still find there to be a clear an unambiguous distinction between purchasing directly from a retailer and purchasing from a marketplace.

HRK does not operate as a marketplace. They are a retailer with explicit consumer obligations and customer service policies, not a random eBay-like seller of keys. I'm fascinated that many people seem to collapse these things into one.

It's the same with G2A. There is the G2A marketplace, which is like eBay, and where it is buyer beware, and then there is G2A the retailer, where you are buying keys directly from them. Of course any open marketplace is going to have it's risks, but that doesn't mean that the entirety of G2A is a crapshoot.

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It's true there is a distinction, but even though purchasing directly from the retailer is less risky than doing so through the marketplace, doesn't actually mean you won't get scammed.

Take the whole thing with Rebellion revoking their Sniper Elite 3 keys from G2A, and those were sold directly from the retailer, no market involved. So in general, even though most of the times you won't have any problems you may end up having them that one time. And the whole thing about G2A making you pay extra for some "shield" that according to European consumer laws should be for granted doesn't make me trust them much.

2 years ago
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The shield thing is meant as a protection for purchases from the marketplace. It just happens to default to ON, even though you have absolutely no need for it when purchasing directly from places like HRK and G2A, rather than the G2A marketplace. I agree that it should be OFF by default, and then people who want it can choose it.

2 years ago
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No, I'm not talking about being OFF by default, I could make a script that does so in a few lines of code. I'm talking about stripping out something that should be included in the consumer protection and making the user pay for it, when they clearly shouldn't, since they are selling on Europe and so they should abide by the European laws.

I don't know if the US has any law for protecting consumers when making digital purchases, but I'm guessing it does and that the thing the shield offers is covered as the basic protection that should be included for free, same as in Europe.

2 years ago
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In the U.S., there are consumer protections for items purchased directly from retailers, but there are no such protections for items purchased from open marketplaces. I guess, as my observations have suspected, that Europe goes a lot farther than the U.S. in this area. The United States is very much shaped by a libertarian, every person for themself mentality, which is anti-welfare and anti-consumer and anti-government on behalf of the people. Things here are dominated by corporate interests, so while we do have some consumer protection laws, they go nowhere near as far as what you have in Europe. It would be impossible to have those kinds of laws in the U.S., as companies would claim they were a violation of their civil rights (since in the United States, corporations are considered to be people under the law). Yes, it's insane, and one of the things I hate.

2 years ago
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'Murica ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

I mean, not everything you have there is bad, but there are a lot of stupid laws and just things I dislike in general. Like, companies are citizens? Anyone can just go in and buy an assault rifle as long as they have the money for it? Seriously, who are you going to use an assault rifle against? It's not like the nazis will be coming back or anything like that. You can sue anyone for pretty much anything, even if you don't actually have a case (as with Digital Homicide suing Jim Sterling) -.-

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It isn't a "marketplace", so it is safer than G2A/Kinguin in a way. Though i know nothing of the legitimacy of their keys. They might have some deals with some minor developers, but the most part is probably "grey market" (keys from cheaper countries, bulk bundle purchases and such).

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G2A is not strictly a marketplace, either. G2A is also a retailer in addition to operating an open market.

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If the difference in price is minor, by all means get it from Win Game Store, which is a 100% legit distributor.
If you do, don't forget to use the coupon pcgames5off to get an extra 5% discount. I think it needs at least 2 products to work, though.

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A cheap way to add some missed bundle games to the library and even score a few unbundled.

Got +15 to my library.

I hate G2A, but there's no need to sign up. For a couple of euros I'm willing to take the risk.

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Still don't get the hate towards G2A they are giving me money about 50 cents every day and never had problems with anything else

Bought 5 keys all 5 worked so

Just a note i tried to do it G2A wallet but it put the shield subscription in there make sure i turn this off or u pay another 2$

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Anybody knows if there´s a way to add more than just 1 copy of each in one bundle?

2 years ago
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Not AFAIK, 1 copy per bundle.

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No, unfortunately, unlike the loophole with Bundle Stars build-a-bundles, you can't grab multiples of the same game.

2 years ago
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"HRK only accepts G2Pay" No Thanks bye HRK

2 years ago
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Why the hate against G2Pay? :)

2 years ago
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Charges you extra fees when paying, it's tied to G2A, etc.

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I want never do again something with G2A worst support ever and I want never give them any Data from me

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BTW, Frontline Tactics - Complete Pack is a DLC pack, and because of that, it will not show as owned on the chart.

And the retail price is $19.99.

2 years ago
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Autumn was free before.

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I'd suggest adding different column for "✝" - it being added next to game name is hard to recognize as it seems like "t" at end of a name or generally part of a name.

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Adding more columns is not that good idea. About 2 or 3 more columns makes the chart all squished, at least with my resolution, I don't know if using a higher resolution would change that.

2 years ago
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Maybe you could put it in parentheses with a space after the name so it's easier to notice?

War on Folvos (✝)

vs.

War on Folvos✝

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I'll point Devotee to this comment, even though he'll probably notice it by himself. I agree with both of you that it can be a bit confusing, but I'm not in charge of any of the formatting and I would rather not make any bundle threads if possible, so ultimately it's up to Devotee.

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I'm testing this, I've put the symbol in different places (one per free game, though) to see which ones stand out and are more visible. Let me know what you think!

I think your suggestion is the one that works best, the only problem is the break line if the game title is too long.

EDIT: Since there's plenty of room in the "BUNDLED" column, perhaps it's best to add the "(✝)" notice there. Also thinking about both places (title and bundled column). It also seems logical/natural to put the symbol there so a game is marked as bundled x times and given away for free/not available for GAs.

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Yes, now that I think about it, it makes more sense to have the mark next to the number of times the game was bundled in the bundled column, because those two things go together (whether a game is only 15% cv and/or whether it can be given away at all):

6 (✝)

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I agree with this.
6 (✝)
bundle and free can be eazy to recognized.

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+1

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The one in parenthesis is the most obvious.

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then maybe adding in in somewhere more noticeable, like CARDS column which has just one symbol anyway. Cause in name tab I wouldn't even notice it if not for Ctrl + F.

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I'm testing this, I've put the symbol in different places (one per free game, though) to see which ones stand out and are more visible. Let me know what you think!

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still not good enough imho. I agree with you on adding it to bundled column though - it would fit better and still be more visible than now.

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