Show Some Indie Love with the Humble Indie Bundle

Thu, May 6, 2010

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Indie games tend to be a dime a dozen these days and from what I understand, it can be difficult to determine which are good and which are not. However, a few indie developers got together and decided to make a Bundle of great indie games that not only provides you with five great games but also donates all or some of your donation to charity.

The Humble Indie Bundle includes World of Goo, Aquaria, Gish, Lugaru HD and Panumbra Overture with cross platform playability on Windows, Mac or Linux. The unique concept with the Bundle is that you pay what you wish (you can pay 1¢ or $100, it’s up to you) and you can choose how much of that purchase goes to developers or the Child’s Play charity. Very neat, and a nice way to get these Indie Games into the hands of eager players.

The Humble Indie Bundle is available until next week, so I’d get on it now if you want a great deal on some great indie games.

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