Every so often a Humble Bundle comes along that’s a little bit lovely. A big old pile of classic games you’ll throw a handful of cash at, probably never to play again. After a few duds, the latest is the Humble Tom Clancy Bundle, cramming together a plethora of Tom Clancy titles for just a dollar.

I’m just thinking back to how much I spent buying every single one of these games individually at the time and I shudder, but now you can net yourself 11 Tom Clancy games and counting for practically nothing. This includes the Rainbow Six series, Splinter Cell and Ghost Recon. As a cheeky bonus, Ubisoft is also throwing in access to next month’s Rainbow Six: Siege multiplayer beta if you stump up the minimum amount of cash.

The full list of games available for the minimum price of $1 is Rainbow Six, Rainbow Six 3 Gold, Rainbow Six Vega, Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory, Ghost Recon and the Rainbow Six Siege beta.

Beating the average, which is currently $8.09, will get you Rainbow Six Vegas 2, Splinter Cell: Conviction, Splinter Cell, and more games to be added. Then there’s the $10 tier, which will get you all of the above, as well as Splinter Cell: Blacklist and Ghost Recon: Future Soldier. Lastly you can splash out $75 and get a Rainbow Six: Siege pre-order, a Siege t-shirt, and 66% off any three Ubisoft titles on the Humble Store.

Now there is a downside. There’s always a downside. If you hope on over to Humble you’ll notice each of these has that trademark U below it. Yep, these are all Uplay keys, so you’ll have to run all of these games through Ubisoft’s proprietary gaming client.]

$1 Tier

  • Rainbow Six
  • Rainbow Six 3 Gold
  • Rainbow Six Vegas
  • Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory
  • Ghost Recon
  • Rainbow Six Siege Beta

Beat the Average Tier

  • Rainbow Six Vegas 2
  • Splinter Cell: Conviction
  • Splinter Cell
  • More to be added


  • Splinter Cell: Blacklist
  • Ghost Recon: Future Soldier


  • Rainbow Six: Siege Pre-order
  • Siege T-shirt
  • 66% off any three Ubisoft titles on the Humble Store

Will you be grabbing any of these tiers from the Humble Tom Clancy Bundle? Or do many of these gaming classics not hold up in this day and age?