The Humble Indie Bundle or Humble Bundle is a collection of independently developed video games that was originally offered on sale from May 4 through May 11, 2010. The collection, initially consisting of five games—World of Goo (2D Boy), Aquaria (Bit Blot), Gish (Edmund McMillen), Lugaru (Wolfire Games), and Penumbra: Overture (Frictional Games)—and later joined by a sixth game, Samorost 2 (Amanita Design), combined in a pay-what-you-want extravaganza!

A second pay-what-you-want Humble Indie Bundle sale was launched on December 14, 2010, and consists of Braid (Jonathan Blow/Number None Studios), Cortex Command (Data Realms LLC), Machinarium (Amanita Design), Osmos (Hemisphere Games), and Revenge of the Titans (Puppy Games).

All the games are available for Windows, Mac and Linux and DRM Free! They even have live stats on the website to see how much people are paying. Grab yourself a Humble Indie Bundle now!

1 comment

  1. I highly recommend the bundle based on Machinarium alone, plus the soundtrack is brilliant. Osmos is really good too, very chilled out but challenging at the same time.
    I would buy the bundle if it wasn’t for the fact I’ve bought them all separately over the last year!

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