The Humble Bundle has long defined itself as a great way to pick up independent games at a low price. The Bundle works by pairing lots of smaller, independent games (or bundling larger games for charity) and allowing you to pay what you want for them. The proceeds will go to a combination of worthy causes, from the developers themselves, to charities like Child’s Play or the Electronic Frontier Foundation.
This time around, the Humble Bundle is pairing $127 worth of notable games, with two tiers. The first is “pay what you want,” which allows you to pay as little or as much as you want for the available games. These games include Gunpoint, Hammerwatch, and Steamworld Dig. If you pay over $10, you get Alpha access to Prison Architect. For IF fans, probably the most interesting deal is if you pay over the average (as of writing this, it’s about $7) you can get a couple great games including Gone Home, but also Luftrausers, and Papers, Please.
This Humble Bundle is also home to a strange element known as the Humble Bundle 12 Entertainment System. For $65, you can get a shareware floppy, LP, T-Shirt and HIB Informer Magazine (with tips and tricks for the games featured in the Bundle). It’s an interesting package, and one that’s sure to excite indie games fan.
This whole deal is available on the Humble Bundle Website, and is a promotion that will run for only the next two weeks.