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Humble Weekly Sale Includes 11 Games for $6.00

Posted on Friday, April 25 @ 07:50:25 PST by

With 35,000 bundles sold (and counting), the Humble Weekly Sale offers eleven indie titles, more than several of which are critically-acclaimed and reviewed by GameRevolution, such as Thomas Was Alone, Cave Story+, Limbo, Lone Survivor, and Element4l. This deal is so fantastic that even I couldn't pass this up.

So long as you pay $6.00 minimum, at the time of this writing, you'll unlock six of the title for download. Paying $10 or more will nab you Teslagrad; $40 or more will get you a TSG shirt and Keychain; and $100 or more will net you a Mega Fangamer Swag Bag.

Over $200,000 has already been spent on the bundle, with money split between the developers, the charity Direct Relief, and to the Humble Bundle guys and gals. Only 6 days remain before this weekly sale ends.

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