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Humble Bundle 7 launches with six cross-platform games

updated 09:48 pm EST, Wed December 19, 2012

Documentary Indie Game: The Movie included if median beat

The Humble Indie Bundle has fired up again for the last time in 2012. The new bundle brings four games for purchase, with an additional two games and documentary film if the average bundle purchase price is exceeded. As usual, the purchaser can divvy up the purchase price between the developers, charity, and the Humble Bundle purveyors themselves. Soundtracks for many of the games is also included (in lossy or lossless formats) in the purchase price.

The games included are rogue-like The Binding of Isaac with downloadable content, arty platformer-puzzler Closure, beat-em-up Shank 2, and photography-based platformer Snapshot. If the average bundle price is beat by the purchaser, then tower defense hybrid Dungeon Defenders with all of its currently available downloadable content, dungeon crawler Legend of Grimrock, and Indie Game: The Movie chronicling the independent developer scene, are added.

All games are currently available for Windows, Mac OS X and Linux, with Shank 2 currently in beta for Mac OS X and Linux. The current average bundle price is $6.35, with Linux users leading the pack as usual in terms of most generous donations. All the games are independently produced and are DRM-free.

by MacNN Staff




  1. ChasmoeBrown

    Fresh-Faced Recruit

    Joined: 02-27-06

    If you're Mac or Linux user, you can most likely forget about Shank 2.

    A lot of us Mac and Linux users bought the last bundle, thinking we would getting Vessel for the Mac and Linux, and it is STILL is not available - FROM THE BUNDLE! Check the Internet - search son "where is vessel"

    I'm sure someone will come on after me to tell you what a Grrreat! deal this is, and it may very be true. Just do yourself a favor and consider what a deal it is without Shank 2. Learn from us.

  1. cgc

    Professional Poster

    Joined: 03-25-03

    I used to really look forward to each new bundle release but with the proliferation of bundles the good content is really diluted. Thanks but no thanks.

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