Yep, the newest Humble Indie Bundle is now available, with five top-flight indie games packed into a name-your-own-price package where some of the proceeds are donated to worthwhile charitable causes. The games include the eerily atmospheric Limbo (which Geoff really enjoyed), the upbeat 3D platformer Psychonauts, the whismical and intriguing Superbrothers: Sword & Sorcery EP, survival horror opus Amnesia: The Dark Descent, and action-RPG Bastion. The games are provided as DRM-free downloads, and those who pay $1 or more also get a Steam key. Downloadable soundtracks for the games are included, as well, in both FLAC and MP3 formats.
I think this could be the strongest Humble Bundle collection yet. If you've found yourself thinking, "I'd buy that for a dollar," well, get on over to the site and name your own price.
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