And Yet It Moves And 4 More Indie Games Go Cheap For Charity

And Yet It Moves And 4 More Indie Games Go Cheap For Charity
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And Yet It Moves, Crayon Physics Deluxe, Cogs, Hammerfight and VVVVVV just went on sale… for however much you feel like paying.

Wolfire’s Humble Indie Bundle is back with five more critically acclaimed indie games to draw out your inner philanthropist. Crayon Physics Deluxe, Hammerfight and VVVVVV will all be making their Mac and Linux debuts and Cogs will be showing up on Linux for the first time.

Head over to HumbleBundle.com and name your own price, then split up the donation as you see fit between Child’s Play, the Electronic Frontier Foundation or the developers. Previous Humble Indie Bundles have raised over $US1 million for charity.

The games separately would cost around $US50, making the current average donation of $US9.68 a steal, but why not donate a little more if you can? Just whatever you do, please don’t pirate it.

The Humble Indie Bundle [HumbleBundle.com]

Comments

    • Well I’m sitting at 4 out of the 5. I suppose I could buy it for hammerfight but I feel bad giving a smaller donation, as if I don’t think the pack is worth much.

      To be considered

  • I already have everything in this bundle, but I’ll probably still chip in a slightly above-average contribution for DRM-free versions of a couple of my Steam games, and on the off chance there’s another bonus game like some of these bundles have done in the past.

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