For a third year in a row the Humble Indie Bundle is back and as usual you choose how much to pay and how to split the revenue between the developers and the charities they are donating to. It’s awesome to get to choose an amount to spend and support the indie scene as well as the charities. Child’s Play and the EFF are reaping the benefits of this generous undertaking and we are always happy to support a good cause.

Until the launch of Humble Indie Bundle 3 the organisers have managed to raise over a million dollars from these events but so far today they have raised over $340.000 in only five hours.

The games are interesting as usual:

  • Crayon Physics Deluxe
  • Cogs
  • VVVVVV
  • Hammerfight
  • And Yet It Moves
We recommend VVVVVV and And Yet It Moves especially. It’s worth to point out that this is version 2.0  of VVVVVV which includes a reworked engine that will run on anything, a level editor, bonus levels made by Notch of Minecraft fame and heaps more. Full details about the changes on Terry Cavanagh’s blog.

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