The Humble Indie Bundles or Humble Bundles are a series of game bundling experiments that allow users to purchase collections of multi-platform DRM-free independently developed video games online in a "Pay what you want" manner, with proceeds bypassing middlemen and going directly to the indie developers and charities.

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Humble Bundle V is here, with Amnesia: The Dark Descent, LIMBO, Psychonauts, and Superbrothers: Sword & Sworcery EP.

Posted by feillyne on Jun 4th, 2012

Five incredible, best-selling games. Humble Indie Bundle V features five modern masterpieces and their soundtracks. Experience the fear and paranoia of Amnesia: The Dark Descent; the intensity and impact of LIMBO; the zany characters of Psychonauts; the future-retro, audiovisual concoction of Superbrothers: Sword & Sworcery EP; and, for customers who pay more than the average price, the exquisitely crafted action-RPG, Bastion.

Pay what you want. If you bought all these games and soundtracks separately, it would cost around $110. But we are letting you set the price!

Humble Indie Bundle V

The games work great on Mac, Windows, and Linux.

System requirements are here:

You can support charity. Choose how your purchase is divided: between the developers, the Child's Play Charity, or the Electronic Frontier Foundation. And if you like this deal, a tip to Humble Bundle would be much appreciated!

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timstro59 Jun 4 2012 says:

but, I already have Amnesia and Psychonauts.

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emcee334 Jun 8 2012 replied:

They added Super Meat Boy, Lone Survivor, and Braid to the "Beat the Average" pot, if that makes it more interesting for you.

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Mkilbride Jun 5 2012 says:

Yeah, I paid 1$, so I can finally get AMnesia, played it before, but now I own it, for not a bad price.

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Vendel-San Jun 9 2012 replied:

Pay what you want... but 1$ is weak. I guess that if you could donate less you probably would?

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mastermikeywwt Jun 8 2012 says:

I paid $12.50. Trying to bump up the Linux average even more ;)

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keldwud Jun 8 2012 says:

I already owned all the other games in this bundle but I paid about eight bucks so that I could get Amnesia. That was the only game I didn't have. And then Lone Survivor was the other one I didn't have, either. Most, I own on xbox. It was worth it just to get Amnesia. I've been waiting a while for it to either appear in a bundle or on sale :)

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Gutigen Jun 13 2012 says:

So, where is Desura key? :/

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ruben0981 Jun 24 2012 replied:

They havent given Desura keys for a while now...

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WastedWalruse Jun 14 2012 says:

Can you get this if your in England?

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ruben0981 Jun 24 2012 says:

Yes, its pay what you want and he decieded to pay $1 whats wrong with that. The fact is that I had most of the games in the BTA already. So would you rather gamers just torrent the games, or pay $1?
I personally paid $8 to get the bundle and Bation, and was pleasently surprised at the BTA games, but I had those already. I then get a gift key for my brother in law who occasionally games.
Great games, HIB, keep up the good work youve set the bar before, but wow, this was on a whole nother level!

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Mykro Jul 21 2012 says:

I was sorry to read about the fallout between the Desura team and the Humble Bundle guys :( I do understand the reasoning by Desura because they were hosting the downloads and getting none of the money. In fact I suspect the 2GB game Shank in HIB 4 was the prime reason that Desura decided to stop hosting the bundles. But I think they may have now shot themselves in the foot by not thinking of marketshare. I had bought every Humble Bundle and was starting to enjoy having my game library in Desura and was considering purchasing additional games through Desura. But now because of the fallout the HIB games are distributed through the Ubuntu software centre instead, and when Valve finally brings Steam to Linux, every single Humble Bundle game will be available on Steam too. So Desura is going to lose a lot of relevancy for users like me.

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s_d Sep 20 2012 replied:

I have this same concern. And I've activated a couple of games through USC (Psychonauts, Superbrothers) and the experience is pretty awful. Futzing with GPG key activation, editing authorization files, installing through USC, etc., is pretty miserable. It also had all sorts of weird problems with 32-bit vs 64-bit builds, which required a bit of hackery. Comparing that with my Desura experience on my Gentoo box (where's USC on Gentoo?! right...) it's hard to see why everyone is so in love with Ubuntu, past the most basic uses. Also, Gwibber blows. But I digress...
Actually, come to think of it, Desura is great on my Ubuntu box as well. I just need the Desurium team to do a release to solve the occasional silent crashes :-D

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MetaQ Jul 25 2012 says:

I agree with Mykro. I was really upset when there was no Desura keys with this bundle. Probably will switch to Steam when they realease the Linux version.

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RpgExplosive Aug 18 2013 says:

Steam isn't as good as desura cause desura actually has good games that are free , FREE I SAID FREE. Steam has expensive games that cost so much because they're made by a company that makes "Good Games" and made by "Big Names In Gaming" so what? you can get a game here created by a normal person that make games just as good as "Big Names" that only cost a fraction of the steam prices , good day :) .

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