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Humble Indie Bundle 2 surpasses $1.1M, offers Steam keys


4:20 PM on 12.20.2010



That didn't take long. Over the weekend, the second Humble Indie Bundle, which allows you to name your own price for five quality titles and also help charity, made it past $1 million in contributions. With five days left, do you think they can make it past $2 million? I'd say so.

The other bit of news to come out recently is that purchasers can now redeem Osmos, Braid, and Machinarium on Steam. For Revenge of the Titans and Cortex Command, you get a subscription so that when they hit Steam, you'll be able to access them as well.

As for the video, it's Wolfire Games (the gentlemen who put on these bundles) lead programmer David Rosen walking through some of the design choices made for each of the featured games.






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