A fourth Humble Indie Bundle has launched today, with the usual aims of getting fine Indie titles cheaply to the masses and making a bucketload of cash for developers and charities alike. In this latest bundle, you will find Shank, bit.trip Runner, Super Meat Boy, Jamestown and NightSky HD. Once again, you can set your own price for the whole lot.
But wait, there’s more. If you beat the average donated amount (at the time of writing that’s a shade higher than $5.00 USD), then you’ll also receive Gratuitous Space Battles and Cave Story+ as part of the package.
It’s possible to pay via Google Checkout, PayPal or Amazon Payments, and (as ever) you may split your donation up between developers, charities and the Humble Bundle team however you see fit. The charity organisations this time around are Child’s Play and the American Red Cross.
The total amount of money generated keeps spiraling upwards, but at the present time it’s just about to reach $585,000 USD. I have no doubt whatsoever that it’ll keep ticking upwards for a good few days yet.
The deal will end just after Christmas, on 27 December.
Source: humblebundle.com

Paul Younger
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