Humble Indie Bundle #3 Now Available
We’ve waxed poetic about our love for indie games on many occasions, and have featured iterations of the Humble Bundle twice. So it is with great, DRM-free joy that I bring you the most recent incarnation in this series of great deals on awesome games, the Humble Indie Bundle #3.
This bundle follows the same formula as the previous releases: you get five games that you are free to download and install on as many computers as you’d like, as many times as you’d like. There is no time limit on the downloads, so you should be able to get them again a month or a year or five years from now if you so desire. The games are completely DRM free and will run on Windows, Mac, or Linux. You also get codes to add each game to your Steam account, should you so desire.
The Humble Bundle is also pay what you can, meaning you can put in as little as a penny but as much as you want to pay for these games. Buyers also have the option to donate any percentage of their purchase fee to the Electronic Frontier Foundation or to the Penny Arcade Child’s Play charity.
This edition’s games are Crayon Physics Deluxe (a cool drawing-based puzzle game), Cogs (a non-drawing-based puzzle game), VVVVVV (which Tom has previously raved to me about), Hammerfight (which, I imagine, features fighting with hammers), and And Yet It Moves (which is some sort of platformer where the orientation of gravity is always based on that of the player).
So what are you waiting for? Go forth and purchase these great games and let us know what you think! Also, check out the official Humble Indie Bundle #3 video below.