<firstimage=”//static.makeuseof.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/07/humbleindie1.jpg”>The Humble Indie Bundle is back with five more excellent indie games – and as before, you’re welcome to pay whatever you’d like. You can even choose where your money goes.
Of this bundle’s assortment, there are two games that most hardcore gamers will have heard of, those being VVVVVV and And Yet It Moves. These are both excellent platformers that have won multiple awards. Alongside these titles you’ll find two excellent puzzlers, Cogs and Crayon Physics Deluxe, as well as a unique 2D physics brawler called Hammerfight.
As if that wasn’t enough value, purchasing these games gives you access to the game not only on Windows but also on Mac and Linux computers, and all of the games are free of DRM.
You, as before, decide the price you’re willing to pay. There are four recommended pricetags – $10, $25, $50 or $100 – but custom pricing can range from as little as one cent to thousands of dollars. In addition to the price, you can split your payment to decide the amount that goes to the developers, to charity, and Humble Inc, the organization that puts together and promotes the bundles.
Act quickly, because like previous bundles, the third installment will only be sold for 13 days. Once it’s gone, you won’t find a deal like it again.
Source: Humble Bundle