The Humble Bundle has long been the best value in gaming, and things are about to get even less humble with the debut of the new Humble storefront. Humble has been letting indies use their checkout system for a while now, so it's no surprise that they're formalizing the whole thing into a browsable experience. We…
Just because there've been a lot of humble indie bundles over the last few years doesn't mean they're any less of a good deal. The latest humble bundle offers a crapload of good games, all for whatever price you want to pay. For as little as you want, you'll get
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Even by Humble Bundle standards, the Humble Bundle V contains some fantastic-ass games. Lookit that! Wow. They're all so great, in fact, that I'd be surprised if you haven't played pretty much all of them.
The latest Humble Indie Bundle, which offers farcical bang-for-buck, has been for many a great way to get a load of great games for a reasonable price. Sadly, for others, it's been a way to try and scam a very lucrative competition.
The new Humble Indie Bundle is terrific. For a price of your own choosing, you can get indie gems Super Meat Boy, Bit. Trip Runner, Jamestown, Shank and Nightsky, as well as Cave Story + and Gratuitous Space Battles for paying more than the average selling price.
We've seen our share of Humble Indie Bundles over the past year or two—independent developers who gather under the "Humble" brand and release a bunch of their games priced at whatever people want to pay.
The Humble Indie Bundle 3 has now added five more games, and still is being offered for the super-low price of "whatever you want to pay." Provided whatever you want to pay is more than the average donation, which is $4.96 as of now.
And Yet It Moves, Crayon Physics Deluxe, Cogs, Hammerfight and VVVVVV just went on sale...for however much you feel like paying.
There's currently a battle going on over on the site of the Humble Indie Bundle, where two indies who have "made it big" - Minecraft creator Notch and Garry's Mod creator Garry Newman - are jostling to see who can donate the most money.
The Humble Indie Bundles - compilations of indie games that not only help charity but let indie devs get paid - will be back tomorrow with a third deal. And it might be the best of the bunch.
The Humble Indie Bundle is a project aimed at not only selling a ton of quality indie PC games, but raising money for charity as well. And it's doing a very good job.
There are two ways to buy a game about a violent rabbit on Apple's Mac store. You could pay the game's creators $10 or you could buy the version that is making them angry. That one costs two bucks.
Despite tough times and a nasty U.S. recession gamers continue to come through, this time for a collection of games discounted in the name of charity.
Do Mac users not care about video games? Would Linux gamers play more if they could? David Rosen, whose Wolfire Games is presenting a copy-protection-free/you-name-the-price Humble Indie Bundle of stellar computer games, is on the case. Computer game-makers, take note!
Maybe we're thinking about video game piracy wrong? David Rosen, whose Wolfire Games is presenting a copy-protection-free/you-name-the-price Humble Indie Bundle of stellar computer games this week, makes his case. The problem, he argues, is wildly misunderstood.