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Latest Humble Bundle Crosses One Million Dollars

Gaming

Published on 12 March 2013 02:40 PM EDT
Written by Michael Larabel in Gaming
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The latest Humble Indie Bundle game offering, "Humble Bundle with Android 5", has crossed one million dollars in sales. There's still time to go and more DRM-free cross-platform games have been added to the pay-what-you-want sale.

The standard games to the Humble Bundle with Android 5 are Beat Hazard Ultra, Dynamite Jack. Solar 2, and NightSky HD. If paying more than the floating average (currently $6.65 USD), the extra games include Splice, Super Hexagon, Dungeon Defenders, Crayon Physics Deluxe, and Sword & Sworcery EP.

There's six days to go to the sale. At the time of writing there's $1,038,406.92 in total payments from 155,915 purchases. More details at HumbleBundle.com.


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