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Posts tagged “The Humble Indie Bundle”

Pop Voxel: Humble Debut For Voxatron

Jolly voxel-based isometric shooter Voxatron is now available, in its alpha form, as part of an Indie Humble deal. Not a bundle, just the offering of this one game, which is debuting today, at a price of your choosing. After this, it will be available for $15. I've been playing for a couple of weeks and reckon it's worth every cent of that pricetag, but…

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Yay! SpaceChem Joins Humble Bundle

Hopefully this is happier indie price-experimentation news than the below... What began as really little more than pay what you want for one game - that being Frozen Synapse - has been slowly expanding to be some games, as appears to be Humble Bundle trends. You'll be very glad to hear that the very, very good Space Chem is the latest addition, joining Trauma which…

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Frozen Synapse Unfreezes Its Price

The 'Humble Bundle' tag by this point surely guarantees that any indie games blessed with it have the money hose turned on 'em. Latest is Mode 7 Games' most excellent tactical strategy affair Frozen Synapse, which has just now gone pay what you want under the trusty Humble banner - but only for the duration of the next 14 days. If you don't have FZ…

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2+3=11: Humble Bundle Adds 5 More Games

At this rate, come next week we'll be running a headline saying 'The Humble Indie Bundle 3 now includes every videogame every created.' The latest addition to its ever-expanding pay-what-you-want ranks is last year's Humble Bundle 2, and the five core games that comprised it. This means that HB3 now comprises [deep breath]:Crayon Physics Deluxe, Cogs, VVVVVV, Hammerfight, And Yet It Moves, Steel Storm, Braid,…

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Thanks: Humble Indie Bundle 3 Adds Game

The third Humble Indie Bundle cannot be stopped. First it adds free Minecraft, then it hits ONE MILLION DOLLARS and then it adds a whole extra game! What game? Why it's only Steel Storm: Burning Retribution, that handsome fellow. And what a terrible name for game it bears. But it's okay, because Burning Retribution is actually a fun time! Anyone who already bought the bundle…

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Humble Bundle 3: Now With Free Minecraft

This post is irrelevant, of course. I mean, who reading this doesn't have a Minecraft account? No, I'm not talking to you, grumpy-pants. But if, somehow, you haven't played the game of blocks yet, here's a way to give it a spin without signing on the dotted line. Anyone who buys the Humble Indie Bundle 3 will, no matter what they elect to pay for…

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None More Bundley: Humble Bundle 3 Is Go

First there was a Humble Indie Bundle. Then there was another Humble Indie Bundle. And now, there is a third Humble Indie Bundle! So it goes. Yes, the pay-what-you-want pack that has brought welcome funds to indie devs and philanthropic organisations alike (not to mention giving gamers a fat pack of splendid indie games for bargain prices) has returned for a new Summer of fun.…

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Humble Frozenbyte Bundle Success!

The third Humble Indie Bundle, this time featuring just Frozenbyte games - Trine, Shadowgrounds, Shadowgrounds Survivor, Jack Claw, and Splot - has proven to be something of a success. It has sold approximately 100,000 units and $500,000 within the first 48 hours. Frozenbyte say: "This is all thanks to the very supportive communities around the world and also all the media outlets. So on behalf…

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Mac And Linux Users Also Buy Games

That was the message from philanthropic pay-what-you-want Humble Indie Bundle post-mortemers Jeffrey Rosen and John Graham, who were speaking at the IGF earlier today. The pair revealed that Mac and Linux accounted for fifty percent of revenue from the bundles, with Linux users being the most generous overall. Was this just because the game-starved Linuxers were so grateful to be included? Maybe, but it's still…

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Humble Bundle 2: Humble Harder

You may recall this Spring's Humble Indie Bundle, in which an assortment of delectable indie treats lined up and asked for however much/little you were willing to offer them, then duly forked over a portion of proceeds to Child's Play and the EFF. It sold rather well, and there was much rejoicing. It was an epochal moment, which could never possibly happen again. Somehow, it's…

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Humble Indie Bundle Makes Bundle

Perhaps you need to hear some good news. Here's some now. You might remember we told you about the Humble Indie Bundle. (We really did. Could people maybe stop emailing us about it now? Please?) You can get World of Goo, Aquaria, Lugaru, Gish and Penumbra Overture, DRM free, for whatever price you choose. It's $80 worth, at the price of your choosing. And now…

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Mega-Philanthropy: Humble Indie Bundle

Media reportage still has it that Radiohead's pay-what-you-want experiment a couple of years back was somehow a disaster. Independent gaming has roundly proved the lie: more devs than we can keep up with have offered PWYW deals recently, so clearly something's going right. It's good news for gamers too. The Humble Indie Bundle, though, is yer bona fide motherlode. World of Goo, Aquaria, Lugaru, Gish…

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