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Buy Humble Indie Bundle Of Great Games For Charity

Posted on Thursday, May 31 @ 12:46:11 Eastern by Keri_Honea

If you've been holding out for whatever reason to buy any of the following indie game hits—Bastion, Amnesia, Psychonauts, LIMBO, or Sword & Sworcery—now is the time to jump in on the action thanks to Humble Bundle.

With Humble Bundle, you pay what you want for this package of five games (available for Windows, Mac, and Linux). The only caveat is that you must pay at least $6.16 to get Bastion in the bundle. This doesn't mean that you offer money for each game; it's an offer for all five. So in reality, you could get all five games for $7.00.

All proceeds will be donated to the developers and/or to the EFF and Child's Play charities. It's completely up to the buyer how the donations will be spent. You can give all to the developers, all to the charities, split it evenly among them, or leave a little something for the Humble folks. You have 14 days to jump on this offer.

This is really the best of both worlds. You can support some great indie games and donate money to very worthy charities at the same time. How could you ask for anything more?
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