Humble Bundle organizers have gathered Little Inferno, Awesomenauts, Capsized, Thomas Was Alone, and Dear Esther all for the low, low price of whatever-you-want. Seriously, how awesome is a deal when it lets you set the price?
Paying more than the (as of writing) average $5.73 will also net you Hotline Miami and Proteus. Taken piece by piece each of these games is well worth the pocket change organizers are asking for, but as a whole you might normally pay upwards of $40 or $50.
You should know how the Humble Indie Bundle works by now, so just head over, fork over a few bucks, and choose whether you want charity or developers to get your dough. Then play a bunch of awesome games and laugh about how smart of a consumer you are.
Oh sorry, click here to buy.