Shacknews - Steve Watts

Gaming is generally an expensive hobby, but you can make it work on a budget if you search the right spots. The Humble Bundle 6, for example, opened the other day to offer six games for around six bucks. Since that clearly wasn't enough to tempt some hold-outs, today it added four more.

Today's new additions include Humble Bundle alums Bit.Trip Runner, Gratuitous Space Battles, and Jamestown, along with Wizorb making its Humble Bundle debut. Each game's soundtrack is also available.

These join Dustforce, Rochard, Shatter, Space Pirates and Zombies, Torchlight and Vessel, each with their own soundtracks as well, bringing the grand total up to ten games. The new additions are barred behind paying more than average, but the average as of the time of writing is less than six dollars. C'mon, cheapskate.

The bundle hit 220,000 purchases and $1.3 million in sales in its first week. You have one week remaining to grab a big bunch of indie games on the cheap.

Announcement - Valve
Who needs backstory? Who needs resource-gathering? Diplomacy is so last year. Take advantage of this Gratuitous Weekend Deal and save 75% off Gratuitous Space Battles and all the Gratuitous DLC.

Gratuitous Space Battles cuts right to the chase of sci-fi strategy games, and deals with large, completely unjustified space battles between huge opposing space fleets.

Product Release - Valve
Gratuitous Space Battles: The Order is now available on Steam.

The second installment of DLC for Gratuitous Space Battles includes another whole new race, 10 new ships, and more!
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