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The Humble Indie Bundle 3 is Here

The Humble Indie Bundle is back yet again, this iteration featuring a few indie favorites and a few lesser-known titles. The bundle this time around is headlined by And Yet It Moves, which includes new achievements and extra bonus content, and Crayon Physics Deluxe, debuting on Mac and Linux, and puzzle platformer VVVVVV, sporting a map editor and some third party maps. The two lesser-known titles of the bundle are Hammerfight, which is debuting on Mac and Linux along with a new survivor mode, and Cogs, debuting on Linux.

As always, the Humble Indie Bundle is pay-what-you-want, but people are generally cool about it and pay some amount that isn’t nothing, and the entire bundle doesn’t use any kind of DRM, because they are smart and know that is the best way — other than a pay-what-you-want scheme — to engender love from PC gamers. Also, the bundle’s website tracks the top donators in an effort to reward people who are helping the most (or possibly in an effort to shame people who are helping the least), and everyone’s favorite Notch is at the top of the pack with a $4,048 donation. Sure, it was an accident, but hey, he was initially planning on donating half that (still quite a large sum), and isn’t planning on asking for a refund. Read on below to see the trailer for the new bundle, then go spend some money and support deserving developers.

(via The Humble Indie Bundle)

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