Humble Indie Bundle Updated To Raise Money For Charity

A few months ago, a number of independent game developers offered their games as part of the Humble Indie Bundle. to raise money for two charities (EFF and Child’s Play). Today, they added a new game – Frozen Synapse – to the collection.

What usually costs players $25 by digital purchase can now be had for as low as $4.05. In addition to that, players who donate more than the average price of $4.05 will recieve the entire Frozenbyte Humble Indie Bundle collection.

More info on the updated Humble Indie Bundle after the break.

So far, the Humble Frozen Synapse Indie Bundle includes:

  • Synapse
  • Trine
  • Shadowgrounds
  • Shadowgrounds: Survivor
  • Splot
  • Jack Claw

Altogether, the games cost over $76! The bundle definitely gives players a worthy discount on these amazing games. The games DO NOT have any DRM and will play on Linux, Mac OS X, and Windows platforms.

However, since the Humble Indie Bundle was formed to raise money for charity, please donate as much as you can. While it is wonderful that gamers can get a total of six (Count It, SIX!) independently developed titles, it’s much better that gamers are doing what they can to help out the Child’s Play and Electronic Frontier Foundation charities.

Go on and purchase the Humble Indie Bundle from their official website.

Have you donated to these two charities yet?
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About janhutchings

Canadian Game Industry Blogger / Contributor for @Sonyrumors & @ShogunGamer / Communications and PR Professional. Voice of Canadian and Indie Gaming.

Posted on September 29, 2011, in Gaming News and tagged , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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