Introducing the Indie Humble Bundle V

Introducing the Indie Humble Bundle V

This may be the biggest, most irresistible bundle of games ever.

If you’re unfamiliar with the concept of the Indie Humble Bundle, it’s simple: small indie developers slap their games together in a convenient little bundle and say, “Hey! Pay what you want!” Sound too good to be true? Well, it isn’t.

Over the years, the Indie Humble Bundle has brought some of the best independent games to the forefront of the gaming radar. Games like World of Goo, Braid, Machinarium, and Botanicula may have landed themselves a niche market following, but their participation in the Humble Bundle has scored them thousands of more players than may have been previously possible.

Traditionally, most games that participated in these bundles were very small and relatively unknown (but still amazing) games that attempted to ride the golden coattails of one major bundle headliner. Until now.

The Indie Humble Bundle V is throwing a wrench into the system and offering up what has to be the best deal in video gaming history.  This bundle  may as well be a concert filled with 10 hours of nothing but headliner bands. Titles like LIMBO, Sword & Sorcery, Amnesia: The Dark Descent, and the simply outstanding Psychonauts are all ready for your donations. To further sweeten the pot, your purchase will also net you the full soundtrack of each game for your listening pleasure and if you decide to pay above the current average (as of time of writing it was $7.52) you will be rewarded with the smash hit Bastion as an added bonus for being so generous.

The choice is entirely yours. Regardless of how much you decide to pay or who you decide to give the money to (developers, charity, or the Humble Bundle), you get $110 worth of amazing video games and soundtracks. Coming from someone who has bought every single Humble Bundle ever released, you really can’t go wrong.

There’s no rush. You still have a little under 14 days to decide if that sounds like a good deal or not, but keep in mind that the current average is bound to rise with every passing second!

You can download the DRM free Humble Bundle here.


Comments are closed.