In the latest edition of the Humble Indie Bundle comes the Humble Voxatron Bundle, containing the Lexaloffle moment of genius, Voxatron. Regularly priced at $15, Voxatron‘s debut lets you Pay What You Want through the Humble Bundle charity event, instated to help the Child’s Play Charity, the Electronic Frontier Foundation or the good people at Lexaloffle!

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As you may have no doubt heard already, Sony recently updated their End User License Agreement, in which they silently added a new clause which states that by accepting the agreement, you forfeit your right to take legal action of any sort against Sony, ever. Many gamers found this to be a bit of a slap in the face, especially considering how the PSN was offline for several weeks after […]

The fifth Humble Indie Bundle comes with…only one game? That’s right—Frozen Synapse is the only game in this Humble Bundle. Frozen Synapse is usually worth $25 on its own, but with the Pay-What-You-Want model, you’ll be able to get it for a small percentage of what it usually costs, with your contribution going to the Electronic Frontier Foundation, the Child’s Play Charity, or directly to the developers.

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And there are even bonuses for late adopters. A little over a week in effect now, Humble Indie Bundle #3 reached the $1 million milestone on Monday. This fourth entry into this monumental success of a venture (titled #3 because the third one was the Frozenbyte bundle) brings six of the coolest indie games available today, worth over $50 individually, but at a “Pay What You Want” price point sure […]

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Jeffrey Rosen, mastermind behind the original Humble Indie Bundle revealed the Humble Frozenbyte Bundle today via the official Humble Bundle Twitter.

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The Humble Indie Bundle is back with a second incarnation including the ever-awesome Braid, as well as Cortex Command, Machinarium, Osmos, and Revenge of the Titans with cross-platform compatibility for Windows, Mac and Linux. And it’s “Pay What You Like” all over again!