The latest Humble Indie Bundle, part of a not-for-profit initiative where players pay what they want for games and decide if the proceeds go to the developers or a charity, has sold 231,799 copies, earning a total of $1,115,387.88.
The Humble Frozen Synapse Bundle originally came with just Frozen Synapse, but SpaceChem and TRAUMA were added later on. The average size of donations was $4.81 — those who paid more than this amount received the Humble Frozenbyte Bundle, which also came with Trine, Shadowgrounds: Survivor, Shadowgrounds, Splot, and Jack Claw.
Windows users paid an average of $4.13 for the bundle, Mac users paid $6.96, and Linux users paid $9.41.
While the Humble Frozen Synapse Bundle proved to be a huge success, the highest-earning bundle in the history of the initiative was the third Humble Indie Bundle, which closed in August. That particular bundle generated $2.16 million and came with Crayon Physics Deluxe, VVVVVV, And Yet It Moves, and Hammerfight. Steel Storm, Atom Zombie Smasher and a limited trial of Minecraft were offered as bonuses.