The Humble Bundle is sorta like Christmas. Everyone gets so excited about the presents that they forget the true meaning: eating lots of meat and getting boozed up before lunchtime.
Wait, I think I'm mixing my metaphors here.
What I was trying to say is that EA's latest Humble Bundle is a good one. Not just for the copious amounts of good games available, but also because all of EA's profits are going straight to charity, alongside the usual cuts the Humble Bundle takes.
Which is really cool in my (humble) opinion.
The list of games is as follows:
Pay a baseline amount to get...
— Dragon Age: Origins — PEGGLE — Dead Space 2 — Medal of Honor: Allied Assault War Chest — Command & Conquer Generals
Pay more than the average ($4.64 at time of writing) for...
— Plants vs Zombies: Garden Warfare — Dragon Age II — Bejeweled 3 — Mass Effect 2
That's a pretty good deal and apparently more games are on the way.
Interesting note: the current highest payment/donation for the EA Humble Bundle is Peter Moore at $500.