First we had the Humble Bundle, which was — obviously— a rip roaring massive success. Now the folks behind that have set up the Humble Indie store, a permanent space where you can buy games and donate to charity 24/7.
As opposed to packages, the Humble Store will focus on one-off game purchases, reduced massively, with 10% of every purchase going to charity. It launches today with an incredible set of bargains...
Don't Starve is $7.49, you can pick up Gunpoint for $4.99 and Rogue Legacy is $7.49. All of these games and more have been discounted between 50% and 75%. According to the team, there will be new games and new deals appearing daily. These deals, obviously, are timed and not permanent.
Seems like an amazing idea, and a logical step forward for the Humble Bundle as a whole, allowing more flexibility for consumers and more opportunities to support charity through game purchases.
Head here to check out the site.