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At $2.4 Million Dollars, HIB #9 Gets Four More Titles

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Published on 18 September 2013 02:42 PM EDT
Written by Michael Larabel in Gaming
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There's just less than one week to go until the end of the Humble Indie Bundle 9 where you can pay what you want for a collection of cross-platform games, which already have pulled in $2.4 million dollars from 520 thousand gamers. Now there's four more games added to the bundle.

The original titles to Humble Indie Bundle 9 included Trine 2: Complete Story, Mark of the Ninja, Eets Muncies, BrĂ¼tal Legend, FTL: Faster Than Light, and FEZ. Of those game titles, Mark of the Ninja, Eets Munchies, and FEZ premiered on Linux for the first time as part of HIB #9.

The new titles include the action-platformer Rocketbirds: Hardboiled Chicken, the action-puzzler A Virus Named TOM, the puzzle-platformer LIMBO, and the action-RPG Bastion.

If you're interested in any of these cross-platform titles, visit HumbleBundle.com in the next six days. As of the time of writing, the floating average price for the entire collection of games is just $4.62 USD.

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