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Humble Indie Bundle 6 Beats The Average With Dustforce

Posted on Tuesday, September 18 @ 18:51:47 PST by

With over 100,000 bundles sold and still 14 days to go, Humble Indie Bundle 6 is on its way to a big sale. I like to think that the fantastic Dustforce has something to do with that, encouraging gamers to spend more than the average, currently just $5.18.

It could also be thanks to Rochard, Shatter, SPAZ, Torchlight, and Vessel. What would be insane is if this already awesome bundle somehow roped past Bundle members in. We'll keep you tuned as to any roster additions, but honestly, I would pay $40 for Dustforce any day of the week. Getting it as part of the Humble group's package deal is an absolute steal.
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