Fans of doing awesome stuff for charity and having a great time doing it, take note. The third installment of the phenomenally successful and fantastically good willed Humble Indie Bundle is now live. For fifteen days only, charitable gamers can once again pay what they like for a selection of indie gaming goodness, with each of the latest offerings coming courtesy of Finnish developers Frozenbyte. In return for your generosity, you’ll bag highly rated action-platformer Trine, two separate versions of top down shooter Shadowgrounds and access to the yet-to-be-released Splot. You’ll also get your claws on Jack Claw (lulz, geddit?), a prototype for a previously canned project that Frozenbyte are throwing into the package and will hope to crowd-source to completion.
As usual, all your items will be free of nasty DRM and will be available to download as often as you like. With the exception of the currently Windows only Jack Claw code, your downloads will also be compatible across all Windows, Linux and Mac systems.
Although arguably not as strong as previous Humble lineups (remember World of Goo, Penumbra and Revenge of the Titans?), this is still one of the easiest purchasing decisions one can possibly make. Feel free to make your way over to The Humble Bundle website to take a look.
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