The third edition of the Humble Indie Bundle initially included four games for the rate of name-your-own price. That’s how this sale works, of course. The first two bundles raised over $1 million for charity under the same exact model. When you get down to buying your package you use sliders to decide how much of your given payment is going to the developers, the Humble Bundle group and two different charities.
The charities involved are the Electronic Frontier Foundation and Child’s Play.
The original Humble Indie Bundle included five games: Crayon Physics Deluxe, Cogs, VVVVVV, And Yet It Moves and Hamerfight. Then Steel Storm was added to the pile. Now, starting today, people who purchase the third Humble Indie Bundle will get the six games listed above and the five games from the Humble Indie Bundle 2.
Those games? Braid, Cortex Command, Machinarium, Osmos and Revenge of the Titans.
There’s a catch. You’ll have to pay more than the average amount of money paid for the third bundle in order to get the second. That price tag is currently sitting at $4.89.
If you’ve already picked up the bundle, you’ll have access to all of the games now included on the download page.
Some current interesting stats for the fundraiser as per HumbleBundle.com:
Total payments: $1,151,748.23
Purchases #: 235,085
Average purchase: $4.89
Average Windows: $3.92
Average Mac: $6.74
Average Linux: $11.67
Windows users: time to step up your game.
When you buy the bundle, in case you didn’t know, each game will arrive DRM free and playable on the platform of your choice. Install it on as many computers as you like and play it in Steam, on Windows, on Mac or on Linux. Flexibility, hooray!
You have slightly longer than six days left to take advantage of this sale at HumbleBundle.com.