by December 13, 2011 @ 10:21 pm
Humble Bundle 4 has gone live, presenting what is quite possibly the most inciting selection of indie titles yet. Like previous bundles, you set your own price, divvying up the funds to your choosing — from developers to charity. You can also top that off with a tip for the Humble Bundle organizers.
This time around, Humble Bundle is throwing in two extra games — Cave Story+ and Gratuitous Space Battles — to those that donate more than the average, which currently sits at $5.33. In addition to those, the full list of DRM-free titles include Super Meat Boy, Shank, Jamestown, Bit.Trip Runner, and NightSky. As a bonus, Steam keys are also included.
With total contributions already ringing in at $881,000,000 as of writing, it looks like this bundle is on track to top its predecessors by a quite a margin, considering this is only day one. That accounts for a whopping total of 165,000 bundles. It’s nice to see initiatives like this taking off, especially when it’s all for a good cause.
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