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Samorost 2 added to the Humble Indie Bundle


9:00 PM on 05.09.2010
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Those of you who already bought the Humble Indie Bundle and regularly check your email will know that Amanita Design's point-and-click adventure game Samorost 2 was added to the line-up earlier today. Everyone else: the surprise is out!

This fresh addition can be downloaded for free if you paid prior to its inclusion. With a little time left before this sale disappears, it's not too late to take part. Samorost 2 is really quite good, so it'd be even more foolish than before to skip out on the bundle now.

I'm unsure about how many people have discovered this yet, but it was pointed out to me that if you pause the announcement video at 1:17, there's a hidden message. It says that if $1,000,000 is raised, the source code for Gish, Penumbra Overture, and Lugaru will be released.

Right now, we're sitting at just over $650k. Let's do this.






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