More Games Added To Humble Introversion Bundle

The latest Humble Indie Bundle just got a whole lot bundlier. The Humble Introversion Bundle now comes with Dungeons of Dredmor for those who pay above the average, as well as six additional indie games.

The average price paid for the Humble Introversion Bundle is $US3.84, so those who contribute more than that amount will receive Dungeons of Dredmor, Crayon Physics Deluxe and Aquaria in addition to Introversion. Bundle buyers will also receive access to the source code for Darwinia, Multiwinia, DEFCON, and Uplink.

The Humble Introversion Bundle ends in seven days.

[Humble Introverison Bundle]


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    I see Europe is covered in nuclear fire. Well played Africa and China.

      But Ireland is saved. Top of the morning to yeh!

      (Also Scotland. And Spain. And Portugal. And, oddly, most of France but not Belgium.)

        Don't forget the fallout, That many bombs going off, nobody who doesn't want a second head will be going anywhere near Europe, or with current prevailing winds, the Arabian peninsula for a long time.

        Sorry Ireland

          The powerful west coast wind will knock the fallout's socks off.

          Guinness pie for everyone!

      It would seem that the plan to "fix" the Eurozone crisis was more drastic than most were expecting.

    Just paid 5 bucks, i feel kinda bad by donating such a low amount.

    It was pretty much for defcon but the rest looks alright.

      I'm considering the same amount, but might go for the minimum standard option. I have Aquaria, which is fantastic and easily worth the roughly $20-30 I payed ages ago. I'm getting it mostly for Defcon as well, for playing in the background at LANs. Also interested in Dungeons of Dredmor, the rest I either have or am not really interested in.

    I still haven't played half the games from the last two bundles I bought. I kind of want this one but I wonder if all I'm doing is paying six bucks for a new set of desktop icons. :P

    Uplink is pretty good for a Pseudo hacker game

    Just bought it. Not often I see a bundle where all the games are Linux compatible. That was almost reason enough for me.

    Plus, they do look like decent games. It'll be a while, though, before I get to play them all. My pile of shame has now become virtual.

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