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Humble Indie Bundle V Launches

Gaming

Published on 31 May 2012 05:37 PM EDT
Written by Michael Larabel in Gaming
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The fifth Humble Indie Bundle is now available with the usual pay-what-you-want, cross-platform, DRM-free gaming criteria.

Titles for the Humble Indie Bundle V include Amnesia: The Dark Descent, Psychonauts, LIMBO, and Superbrothers: Sword & Sworcery EP. Additionally, there is the Bastion game included as well should you contribute more money than the floating average. For what it's worth, "breathtaking" soundtracks for each of the games are also included.

Phoronix readers were quick to point out the new bundle. While the games under Linux, at least one of them is packaged with a mess of Wine libraries.

While the bundle just launched today, it's already pulled in an incredible $940,208.07 from 128.084 purchases with an average purchase price of $7.34. (Numbers as of the time of publishing.) Should this pace continue, it will certainly set some new Humble Indie Bundle records by the time that the sale ends in 14 days.

Embedded below is the trailer for Humble Indie Bundle V while more details (or to order) can be found at HumbleBundle.com.


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