The latest Humble Bundle is live, and it's a doozy. This time around, the pay-what-you-want collection is loaded with another selection of indie games. Guacamelee! Gold Edition, Dust: An Elysian Tail, Giana Sisters: Twisted Dreams, and The Swapper are part of the standard package. Folks who beat the average get copies of Antichamber and Monaco: What's Yours is Mine, too.
Here's the trailer:
I haven't heard of many of the titles in the standard bundle, but Dust and The Swapper look neat. As usual, it's probably worth shelling out a little more for the bonus content. Antichamber blew my mind, and I highly recommend it. Monaco also seems to be pretty popular with critics.
The games are all available as DRM-free direct downloads. Anyone who pays more than a dollar will get Steam codes, as well.
With the exception of Giana Sisters, which is Windows-only, every one of the titles come in Windows, OS X, and Linux flavors. The Linux versions should work with SteamOS, making the bundle a good way for beta testers to stock up on indie titles.
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