Tuesday, September 25, 2012

Humble Indie Bundle 6 Gets Even Better

Only 7 days after the new Humble Bundle went live over 22,000 bundles have been sold. The top contributor is no longer @fourzerotwo, but @MagicalTux. Finally, the Humble Bundle site has decided to add on four more games and their soundtracks.

The four games added are Bit.Trip Runner, Gratuitous Battles, Jamestown, and Wizorb. The soundtracks released are the music that is found in each individual game. Bit.Trip Runner is a retro styled platform game featuring CommanderVideo as the playable character. Then there's Gratuitous Space Battles the sci-fi strategy game that has you flying in space fighting another fleet of spaceships in various out of this world locations. Jamestown is a shooter that focuses on the war in the year 1619 between England and Spain on Mars. Finally Wizorb is a role playing game where you take on the role of a wizard in a world that is similar to the classic Breakout by Atari.

If you had already purchased the bundle prior to the release of the four additional games then they should appear right in your account. If you still haven't contributed to the bundle you just have to pay more than the $5.86 average to unlock all ten games and the nine soundtracks. The great thing about the Humble Bundle is that you can customize who your contribution goes too. You choose how much goes to the developers, the charity, and the site itself.

Have you purchased your Humble Indie Bundle? Are you having fun playing the ten games and listening to their amazing soundtracks?  If you haven't hurry there's only seven days left.

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