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Another Humble Indie Bundle is upon us, and as usual, the “set your own price” model is proving to be quite effective. Five games are available to purchase, and simple math shows it’s a bargain.

Here’s the lineup available at the official HIB website right now, with links to each title’s home page:

There’s a lot of power players in the mix for your money, especially Vessel, a 2010 Independent Games Festival (IGF) Finalist entrant for the “Technical Excellence” award.

Separately, these games would cost roughly 86 dollars. For the low price of $5.54—the current average price paid by 70,000 buyers so far—you’ll get all five games, plus Hitbox Team’s Dustforce as a bonus incentive.

Plus, several of the games are making their Linux (and Mac) debut, with the momentary exception of Vessel. That’s good news for everyone exclusively using that operating system who’s been shut out of the fun so far.

Source: Humble Indie Bundle

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Humble Bundle Indie 6 Headlined By Torchlight, Really Loves Linux

Another Humble Indie Bundle is upon us, and as usual, the "set your own price" model is proving to be quite effective. Five games are available to purchase, and simple math shows it's a bargain.

By EGM Staff | 09/18/2012 05:00 PM PT

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Another Humble Indie Bundle is upon us, and as usual, the “set your own price” model is proving to be quite effective. Five games are available to purchase, and simple math shows it’s a bargain.

Here’s the lineup available at the official HIB website right now, with links to each title’s home page:

There’s a lot of power players in the mix for your money, especially Vessel, a 2010 Independent Games Festival (IGF) Finalist entrant for the “Technical Excellence” award.

Separately, these games would cost roughly 86 dollars. For the low price of $5.54—the current average price paid by 70,000 buyers so far—you’ll get all five games, plus Hitbox Team’s Dustforce as a bonus incentive.

Plus, several of the games are making their Linux (and Mac) debut, with the momentary exception of Vessel. That’s good news for everyone exclusively using that operating system who’s been shut out of the fun so far.

Source: Humble Indie Bundle

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