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Sep 25, 2012
Just because there've been a lot of humble indie bundles over the last few years doesn't mean they're any less of a good deal. The latest humble bundle offers a crapload of good games, all for whatever price you want to pay. For as little as you want, you'll get
EFF, (Wait, that's not a game! That's the very cool Electronic Frontier Foundation), Vessel, the first Torchlight (hard to play that now that the sequel's out, but hey, it's cheap), S.P.A.Z., Shatter and Rochard, a game I've always wanted to play but never had a chance.
Throw down anything above the average price (currently $5.84) and you'll also get Dustforce, Bit.Trip Runner, Gratuitous Space Battles, Jamestown and Wizorb.
That sure is a lot of video game for six bucks.
Humble Indie Bundle 6 [Humblebundle.com]