Wolfire Games have organised a third ‘pay what you want for five games’ deal, dubbed Humble Indie Bundle #3.
It’s the usual drill: five indie titles (this time Crayon Physics Deluxe, Cogs, Hammerfight, VVVVVV and And Yet It Moves), each compatible with Mac OS X, Linux and Windows and free of DRM. Each game is also redeemable on Steam. The price? Your choice.
Whatever you decide to pay, you can then split the money up between the game’s developers, the Humble team themselves and two charities (The Electronic Frontier Foundation and Child’s Play) as you see fit. So, for example, you could say “Data just wants to be free, I’m giving it all to the EFF!” or “Hm, I think the developers and Child’s Play should split this 50-50” or whatever.
When I started typing this, the total raised was $45,000 USD. I’ve just looked again and it’s nearly $50,000 now. So it’s proving quite popular.
Source: humblebundle.com
Image taken from VVVVVV

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