A new Humble Bundle is upon us. True to the program's roots, this one is loaded with indie games. Here's what's on the menu: Trine 2, Mark of the Ninja, Eets Munchies, Brutal Legend, FTL, and Fez. Those last two games are only available if you pay more than the average, which is currently $4.59. You can essentially pick up six games for less than you probably would have paid for one of them during a Steam sale. More titles will be added to the bundle in the next two weeks, and anyone who beats the average will get those, as well.
Take it away, Humble Bundle narrator guy.
All of the games are available in DRM-free form for Windows, OS X, and Linux. This is actually the first time some of them are being made available to Mac and Linux users. Also, paying more than the average allows you to add the games to your Steam library.
Mark of the Ninja is one of my favorite games of the past year, and I'd recommend the latest bundle on its merits alone. The other games are pretty good, too. With the exception of Eets Munchies, which is currently in beta, they all have Metacritic scores in the 81-91 range.
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