No games to play in February? Humble Indie Bundle 11 should sort you out
Guacamelee! Antichamber! Monaco! More!
Humble Indie Bundle 11 has launched, with the pay-what-you-want bundle featuring another selection of well-received indie titles.
Customers can pay what they want for copies of Guacamelee! Gold Edition, Dust: An Elysian Tale, Giana Sisters: Twisted Dreams, and The Swapper. Those who beat the average, currently $4.32, will also get copies of Antichamber and Monaco: What's Yours Is Mine.
Every title other than Giana Sisters: Twisted Dreams runs on Linux and Mac alongside Windows, though Mac and Linux versions of Giana Sisters are currently in the works.
In typical Humble Bundle fashion, customers can choose to divide their money between the developers, charities Child's Play and the Electronic Frontier Foundation, and the Humble Store itself.
The bundle, which is available for the next two weeks, will have more games added over time for those who choose to pay above the average price. Customers who pay over $1 will also get Steam keys for the games.
At the time of writing, 194,247 customers have spent a total of $838,200.43 on the bundle. As always, Linux customers spend slightly higher on average--$6.30 compared to Windows' $4.11.
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