The Humble Indie Bundle project–which started in 2010 with the goal of providing DRM-free video games made by independent developers to buyers at a price that they choose–currently has its third set of games for sale until August 9.
Those who buy the bundle will receive the sandbox puzzler “Crayon Physics Deluxe,” steampunk puzzle-game “Cogs,” sidescrolling gravity-reversal platformer “VVVVVV,” aerial combat game “Hammerfight” and the beautifully strange “And Yet It Moves.”
As well, anybody that buys the bundle will also gain access to play the indie smash hit “Minecraft” until August 14.
Along with receiving a key to redeem the games on Steam and the ability to download and install them on any computer operating system, purchasers can also choose to customize where their money goes, be it to the developers or to the charity of their choice.
The current bundle has already made around $800,000 dollars in total sales–on track to break the previous record of $1.8 million dollars that the previous Humble Indie Bundle 2 had made– with “Minecraft’s” creator Marcus “Notch” Persson donating $4048 dollars alone. (Apparently, Christopher Walken and Sean Connery support the bundle too.)
Remember, The Humble Indie Bundle 3 will only be on sale until August 9, so be sure to take advantage of this superior offer before it is gone.