The first Humble Indie Bundle, a collection of games discounted in the name of charity, made $1.2 million in sales earlier in the year. The second bundle has already surpassed that tally.
It was impressive when Robert Bowling, creative strategist for Call of Duty studio Infinity Ward, paid $500 for a batch of indie games that only cost $85. Then Notch, maker of Minecraft stepped up, with $2000.
Starting right now you can pick up Braid, Cortex Command, Machinarium, Osmos, Revenge of the Titans for the Mac, Windows or Linux for exactly whatever the hell you want to pay, and it's for a good cause.