The included games include Xbox Live favourite Braid, Machinarium, Osmos, Revenge of the Titans and Cortex Command. The last two in the list are still under development, though purchase of the Humble Bundle entitles you to future updates and game fixes.
All of the games will work on Windows, Linux or Mac and are completely DRM free. Braid debuts on Linux in the pack and Revenge of the Titans is launching exclusively within the bundle – two great reasons to consider a donation.
If you decide to take the plunge you can split your donation between the two charities represented (the Electronic Frontier Foundation and Child’s Play), the developers of the games and a tip to the guys who put the bundle together.
There are three ways to pay – PayPal, Amazon Payments and Google Checkout. If you’re interested you’d better hurry as the offer is live for a week and ends on the 21st of December.
The original Humble Indie Bundle was an incredible success, raising a total of $1,273,613 from 138,813 contributors. The average contribution per purchase was $9.18, with Mac and Linux gamers offering slightly more than their Windows counterparts.
The Humble Indie Bundle is a great way of supporting good causes, small developers and would probably make a fantastic Christmas present. Let us know what you think and how much you paid in the comments.