Humble Bundle V Crosses Three Million Dollars
Written by Michael Larabel in Gaming on 5 June 2012 at 06:21 AM EDT. 54 Comments
For those that didn't notice, the Humble Indie Bundle V today crossed the three million (US) dollar milestone and there's still nine days left.

Here's the latest statistics for this latest DRM-free, cross-platform, pay-what-you-want indie game offering:

- $3,029,980.77 total payments
- 385,368 purchases
- $7.86 average price
- $7.26 average Windows price
- $9.47 average Mac OS X price
- $12.24 average Linux price

It was basically in the first day that this latest bundle pulled in two million dollars. This latest bundle is viewed as the best yet by many Linux gamers and with this continued record-setting sales pace, it certainly looks that way. More information on Humble Indie Bundle V is available from this earlier article.
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