The Humble Bundle folks are best known for offering collections of games with pay-what-you-want pricing. They also have a separate store that sells individual games at set prices, and there's a big Spring Sale over there loaded with discounts on blockbuster, indie, and older titles. Here are a few of the deals that caught my eye this morning:
There are loads of other discounts, but those are the highlights for me. The sale is on until May 21, and each day brings a fresh batch of deals. Some of the discounts are limited-time offers, though. Saint's Row IV, for example, is only priced at $9.99 for another seven hours or so.
As far as I can tell, just about all of the games are accessible via Steam's Windows client. Some of them also support Linux and Mac OS, and a bunch of the indie titles are available in DRM-free form. If you need more incentive, 10% of the proceeds from the sale will go to charity.
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