Humble Indie Bundle 3: new installment of terrific name-your-price DRM-free indie game bundle

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6 Responses to “Humble Indie Bundle 3: new installment of terrific name-your-price DRM-free indie game bundle”

  1. esme says:

    The thing I really like, as a casual gamer, is the name-your-own-price aspect.  I can try out a couple of games for just a few bucks, and even if I wind up playing any of the games very much, I’ve gotten my money’s worth.  I haven’t bought a desktop game in 10 years, but I’ve bought the Humble Indie Bundle the last couple of times, and will probably keep buying them every year.  I also really support the charities, so that helps, too.

  2. Michael Curran says:

    All great games, but Notch deserves a punch in the gut for his addition to VVVVVV, the controls are so loose that his addition is more frustrating than fun :

  3. I donated last year around Christmas.  Worth every penny. All 200 of them I had left in my Paypal.

  4. Garnett Schuyler says:

    Wolfire killin’ it yet again.  They do good work.

  5. SuperGauntlet says:

    new ‘instalment’?

    derp.

    Also, YAY CHEAP GOOD GAMES. :>

  6. MashTheStampede says:

    The games included with the last three  bundles were some of the most original and innovative games I’ve ever played.  “Machinarium” had incredible art and music.  “Braid” was stunningly gorgeous and difficult.  “World of Goo” was really, really fun.  I’d rather play those cleverly stylized games than the latest FPS or RPG that cost upward of $50 and require the latest equipment to run.  

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