In what is probably the finest collection of indie games yet to grace the Internets, the Humble Indie Bundle V—for Mac, PC, and Linux—includes Bastion, Amnesia: The Dark Descent, Psychonauts, Limbo, and Sword & Sworcery. These are, notably, some of the best indie games out there. Also, they’re all DRM-free (take that Diablo III!).
It’s a pay what you want deal, so you can offer anything from a dollar to a million dollars, and some of that money will then go to the EFF and Child’s Play Charity—not to mention indie developers. You get to decide where the money goes. They also throw in all the soundtracks for the games.
The current average is $7.66, with Macheads paying a bit more than Windows folks, and with Linux geeks topping the charts by a couple dollars. So far, they’ve raised $1.9 million, and Notch, creator of Minecraft, is one of the top donors at $3,000.01—second only to the Humble Brony Bundle, a group of guys who watch My Little Pony who support the indie bundles, which upped him by a penny.
The deal only lasts for another 13 days, and this package would normally cost you $110, so be sure to check it out.