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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]
Somehow bearing the numeral ’6′ after it, despite there having been at least 40,000 Humble Bundles by this point, the latest in the wildly successful series of pay-what-you-want indie grab-bags is go right now. Torchlight is the headliner, which is some funny timin’ what with the sequel being pretty darn close now, and it has sterling support from Rochard, Space Pirates And Zombies (aka SPAZ), Vessel and Shatter. Pay more than the average – which currently sits at around $5 – and you’ll get Dustforce too. (more…)