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The latest Humble Bundle deal—which allows consumers to pay what they want—contains Costume Quest, Psychonauts, and Stacking for PC, Mac, and Linux.

Those who drop $7.92 or more on the bundle will also get Brutal Legend, while those who spend $35 or more earn themselves a pre-orders for Double Fine’s upcoming adventure title Broken Age. Spending more than $70 lands buyers all five games and a T-shirt.

The deal also scores you soundtracks for Psychonauts and Brutal Legend.

Double Fine has already received over $50,000 in payments, with purchases average at about $8. The top ten contributors all paid $100 or more, with the twop two having contributing over $1,200.

As with all Humble Bundles, buyers can choose how much of their contribution goes to Double Fine and/or the Child’s Play charity. Purchases are also cross-platform and DRM free.

Now watch Double Fine game designer Tim Schafer tell you all about their Humble Bundle in the most awkward manner possible, a mock-infomercial:

Humble Double Fine Bundle Gathers Brutal Legend, Psychonauts, Stacking, and More

By | 05/7/2013 01:59 PM PT

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The latest Humble Bundle deal—which allows consumers to pay what they want—contains Costume Quest, Psychonauts, and Stacking for PC, Mac, and Linux.

Those who drop $7.92 or more on the bundle will also get Brutal Legend, while those who spend $35 or more earn themselves a pre-orders for Double Fine’s upcoming adventure title Broken Age. Spending more than $70 lands buyers all five games and a T-shirt.

The deal also scores you soundtracks for Psychonauts and Brutal Legend.

Double Fine has already received over $50,000 in payments, with purchases average at about $8. The top ten contributors all paid $100 or more, with the twop two having contributing over $1,200.

As with all Humble Bundles, buyers can choose how much of their contribution goes to Double Fine and/or the Child’s Play charity. Purchases are also cross-platform and DRM free.

Now watch Double Fine game designer Tim Schafer tell you all about their Humble Bundle in the most awkward manner possible, a mock-infomercial:

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