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Four New Titles Added To Humble Indie Bundle 8

Gaming

Published on 04 June 2013 11:34 PM EDT
Written by Michael Larabel in Gaming
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Four new games have been added to Humble Indie Bundle 8.

Last last week was Humble Indie Bundle 8 with an already lengthy list of titles, but four new games have now been added. The original HIB #8 games included in Humble Indie Bundle 8 are Dear Esther, Capsized, Awesomenauts, Thomas Was Alone, and Little Inferno. If paying more than the floating average price, Hotline Miami and Proteus are also included.

The new games include a physics-based 3D platform title called Tiny & Big In Grandpa's Leftovers, a geometric puzzler called English Country Tune, a physics side-scroller called Intrusion 2, and then the well known naval strategy game Oil Rush by Unigine. These new games are included when paying more than the floating average price, which is currently $5.70 USD.

There's still six days left for the pay-what-you-want Humble Indie Bundle 8. As of right now there's $2,060,696 USD worth of scales from 361,759 purchases. To purchase this extensive collection of cross-platform games, visit HumbleBundle.com.

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