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Humble Indie Bundle X Now Live

Posted on Tuesday, January 7 @ 12:42:49 Eastern by


You know the drill.

The Humble Indie Bundle, our procharity bundle of joy, is back in its tenth iteration. This time, you can pay whatever you want to snag To the Moon by Freebird Games, Joe Danger 2: The Movie by Hello Games, Papo & Yo by Minority, and Runner2: Future Legend of Rhythm Alien by Gaijin Games.

Pay more than the average ($6.69 as of the time of this writing) and you'll unlock more games, with Reus and Surgeon Simulator 2013 already revealed. You'll even get the soundtracks for the games for free! As usual, you can expect more games to unlock as the clock for the Humble Indie Bundle X runs down. You can certainly purchase the bundle late, 13 days from now, but paying now will lock in the low average.

And of course, remember to donate a few dollars to the Electronic Frontier Foundation and Child's Play Charity.
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