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Humble Indie Bundle X: To the Moon, Papo & Yo, Runner2

2:30 PM on 01.07.2014

Jordan Devore

Managing Editor

All of these titles are worth owning

This particular Humble Indie Bundle marks the tenth main offering since the site's inception, but with all of the spinoffs over the past several years, it feels like there's been four times that amount. Not that I'm complaining! For the special occasion, we're getting a collection of excellent titles for Windows, Mac, and Linux.

To the Moon, Joe Danger 2: The Movie, Papo & Yo, and Runner2 are being sold under the name-your-own-price scheme, while Reus and Surgeon Simulator 2013 are restricted to customers who pay above the average purchase price (less than $7).

All of the featured titles' soundtracks are also included in the bundle and, yes, there will be even more games added down the line. If you were among the first thousand to pay $10 for the bundle, you also got a copy of Starbound. Son of a...


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