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Humble Indie Bundle 3: VVVVVV, Crayon Physics, Cogs, more


11:30 AM on 07.26.2011
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The Humble Indie Bundle initiative has been remarkably successful. So far, more than one million dollars have been raised in the name of charity. The games featured in each bundle have no DRM, they work across Windows, Mac, and Linux -- and yeah, they're usually terrific.

For this just-launched third Humble Indie Bundle, we're looking at another solid line-up:

  • Crayon Physics Deluxe (now on Mac and Linux)
  • Cogs (now on Linux)
  • Hammerfight (now on Mac and Linux, new survivor mode)
  • VVVVVV (now on Mac and Linux, new map editor and some third-party maps)
  • And Yet It Moves (new achievements, other bonus content)

Remember, you choose your own price and get to decide how your money is split between the developers, Child's Play, and the Electronic Frontier Foundation. Have at it!






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