The Humble Bundle returns in its fourth iteration, containing five games for any price you want to pay. Just like every other Humble Bundle, you choose the price you pay. It can be anything from a penny to thousands of dollars. Of course, I hope you feel like an absolute jerk for paying a penny. They’re also downloadable on Macs, PCs, and Linux machines; all of these games are cross platform. For anything over $1, you can also get Steam keys to add these games to your Steam library. You’ll be getting Splice, Eufloria, Waking Mars, Crayon Physics Deluxe, and Superbrothers: Sword & Sworcery EP.
Here is how awesome this deal is: when purchased separately, these games would cost you $119. In this case, you can choose any price you want. A lot of it goes to the developers, a lot goes to charity, and some goes to the Humble team. And you can even customize what amounts go where (like all to charity). It’s an absolutely incredible system that I dearly hope people won’t take advantage of.
And if you pay more than the average (currently $5.80 but always changing), you get another game, Machinarium. This game has some amazing reviews, so it’s worth the extra bit of cash. Guys, throw down a bit of money, buy these games, support indie devs and charities.