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Another Humble Indie Bundle Just Launched

Gaming

Published on 26 July 2011 12:58 PM EDT
Written by Michael Larabel in Gaming
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Another Humble Indie Bundle just launched. This is yet another collection of multi-platform games where you simply pay what you want for the set of Windows / Linux / Mac OS X games and all of them are free of any DRM (Digital Rights Management) restrictions. As usual, this Humble Indie Bundle sale will just be going on for two weeks.

As part of "Humble Indie Bundle #3" are Cryaon Physics Deluxe, Cogs, VVVVVV, Hammerfight, And Yet It Moves. These are mostly physics-oriented indie games. The official name of this bundle is in fact "Humble Indie Bundle #3", although there were already three bundles offered. The previous (third) bundle was the Humble Frozenbyte Indie Bundle, which pulled in just shy of one million dollars.

The second Humble Indie Bundle had raked in nearly two million US dollars while the first-ever bundle pulled in more than one million dollars over two weeks.

The Humble Indie Bundle #3 has already raked in nearly $10000 USD from over 2000 sales while just launching this morning. The Linux users continue to contribute much more money than the Windows and Mac gamers.

Another Phoronix contest will be started shortly to giveaway some copies of the Humble Indie Bundle #3. Until that starts, you can watch the promotional video below. To participate, visit HumbleBundle.com.


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