The Humble Indie Bundle Gets Bigger, Better, And Therefore Less Humble

The Humble Indie Bundle Gets Bigger, Better, And Therefore Less Humble

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.

Today, the folks behind the bundle announced that they’ve added a new batch of games for anyone who pays more than the average price, which is currently at a mere $US5.16. So in addition to those seven games, you’ll get Crayon Physics Deluxe, Cogs, VVVVVV, Hammerfight, and And Yet It Moves. So, a bunch of games from the last Humble Bundle tacked on to an already killer lineup.

Need more incentive to pick this up? (Seriously? You do? Wow. You are demanding.) OK then, you’ll also get the soundtracks for every game thrown in for free.

I’m not sure what could make this deal more appealing. Maybe if they like… deliver you a pie, to your door. And give you a back massage while you eat it. Before dusting and re-threading the cables behind your TV.

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  • I’ve already bought both HB3 and 4, but if you didn’t buy 3 and you’re still on the edge about 4, DO IT. Crayon Physics and VVVVVV alone are worth the price of entry.

  • I bought 3 and 4, so I gave my housemate the HB3 steam code. Also: And Yet It Moves is part of the latest Steam voucher promo.

    • When I bought mine I moved the slider for redcross receiving $0 but Childsplay reveiving the whole donation

  • They stopped being “humble” when they started their whole “Pay more than average or we won’t let you play all the games!” thing imho

    • The bundle is available to any donator. They offer bonuses to people who pay more than the average. And there’s really no reason not to pay above the average, if you ask me, especially since you can choose for it to go entirely to charity if you really want to stiff the developers.

    • I’m sorry, but what’s not “humble” about “Here are all these games. Pay whatever you want. Oh, pay more than the average price of $5, and we’ll throw in a few others”, especially when the average is only about 5 dollars due to people being cheapskates?

      I’d pay five dollars for Super Meat Boy alone. The combined total is Far more than that and if you believe that in order for the bundle to be “humble” you should recieve every game and Not spend a few dollars at the least to do so, you’re no better than a pirate, good sir.

      • Really your arguing that you have to beat the generally minor average to get the bonus

        The fact is there are alot of scum who pay like 5 cents for it and buy 50 of them then resell codes at a later date

        Having to beat the 5 dollar average for a bunch of games that generally anyone would be worth 5 dollars is really that hard.

        If it’s that much of an issue obviously your being tight to begin with.

        You probably spent more than the average on lunch

  • Why aren’t people buying this? Seriously. I bought both Bundle 3 and 4 and have only downloaded one of two of the games. The money is going towards good things so that should be incentive enough.

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