The Humble Bundle Is Back

By Jared Scott on September 12, 2013, 10:51AM EST

The popular Humble Bundle has kicked off once again, and it's possibly one of the best to ever be available. Having already sold over 300,000 bundles and raised almost 1.5 million dollars, this bundle shows no sign of stopping.

By now, you may have heard of Humble Bundle where you pay what you want no matter how small for a group of PC games and their soundtracks. All money spent on the bundle is divided and sent to three categories. These groups are Developers, Charity, and Humble Tip. Each bundle generally lasts two weeks with thirteen days remaining on Humble Bundle 9. Also, as time progresses, more games are added to the bundle. If you have paid above the average payment (normally around $5) before or after the new titles are added, you will receive them for free. Also, spending over a dollar will grant you Steam copies of most, if not every game.

As of now, the games currently available are as follows: Trine 2: Complete Story, Mark of the Ninja, Eets Munchies Beta, and Brutal Legend. Playing over the average will get the you popular FTL: Faster Than Light and Fez. The Humble Bundle website also promises more games that are yet to come in the future.

If you have ever been curious of these titles or just want to give you friend a gift, you can't go wrong with Humble Bundle 9. After all, it is for charity.

Source: Humble Bundle

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