Humble Indie Bundle comes with free Minecraft play until Aug. 14

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As if the 5 included games and portion of the money going to charity isn’t enough. If you buy the Humble Indie Bundle you will now get free access to play Minecraft until August 14. Not bad for the few people who haven’t bought Minecraft already.

Now Notch, the creator of Minecraft is contributing to the Humble Indie Bundle in three ways. He is the contributed the most raw cash to the cause with $4048 and the masochistic platformer VVVVVV, included in the bundle, has levels designed by him. 
No matter if the new Minecraft bonus is enticing to you or not, you should definitely pick up the bundle. All of the games are fun little time wasters with very distinct style and feel to them and I would recommend them all. 

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