Every once in awhile something called the Humble Indie Bundle appears and offers consumers a package of five indie games for a very reasonable price of whatever you want to pay. The best part about the deal, besides the handful of great games, is that some of the proceeds go towards EFF and Child’s Play. Consumers can even divide the amount they’re donating depending on which people they feel need their money the most. That’s why it’s always big news whenever a Humble Bundle is released, and today marked the occasion yet again.

The Humble Indie Bundle 3 is now here, and with it comes five brand new games from some well respected independent developers in the gaming industry. The games included in the bundle are some of the best ones yet, and there are surely at least a couple games that aren’t already owned by even the most hardcore indie aficionado.

The five games that come included in the Humble Indie Bundle 3 are none other than VVVVVV, Crayon Physics Deluxe, And Yet It Moves, Cogs, and Hammerfight.

The titles should be enough to get you interested, but in case you need more convincing, the official trailer for Humble Indie Bundle 3 can be viewed below:


What is debatably the best part of the latest humble bundle is the fact that fan-favorite indie game VVVVVV includes bonus content that has never been previously available in the game. The bonus content is a brand new level-editor that will allow those who have already torn through the game to make their own levels, but that’s not the only incentive. Minecraft creator Markus “Notch” Persson has also gotten in on the action and created a new level for VVVVVV.

Anyone who purchases the Humble Indie Bundle will be also receive a code to redeem the games that are currently available on Steam. Feeling generous? The latest bundle can also be given to friends and family, so there’s no need to get them gifts during the Holidays this year. The holidays are here early!

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Source: Humble Bundle

tags: Cogs, PC, Steam, VVVVVV