While the newest Humble Indie Bundle is packed full of games worth playing, I have to imagine more people than usual haven't yet played all (or even most) of the featured titles. While the name-your-price aspect makes easier to double dip on purchases, this is one bundle I'm especially excited about having not touched two of the games before.
The line-up includes Rochard, Shatter, S.P.A.Z., Torchlight, and Vessel. Paying more than the average contribution will net you Dustforce, and either way, the bundle comes with all five original soundtracks. Linux users will be pleased to know that these are all debuting on the platform, too. That's in addition to the obligatory Mac and PC versions, of course.
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