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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hamishwilson Jun 1 2012, 1:10pm says:

I don't know how much good this will do, but I started a petition to protest the inclusion of a non-native game in a Humble Indie Bundle:

Please add your signature. It is worded in a very constructive way and it seemed like the most civil way to get our point across.

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aisbaa Jun 1 2012, 4:48am says:

HIB is the greates Linux Game Provider there is (^_^) and it would be fatastic have all HIB games on desura (-_-).

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Neo May 31 2012, 6:06pm says:

The new bundle has just started!

5 new GREAT games for Linux!

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Cheeseness May 20 2012, 9:44am says:

I published this retrospective look at the past 10 Humble Bundle promotions a couple of months back, but just realised I hadn't posted it here:


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ifss Apr 18 2012, 4:47pm says:

If you post an article about the Humble Indie Bundle, could you please link it to our Bundeals group (link in doctor_roxo's message below) as well, so the article also appears in our news feed?

Thanks muchly :)

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DoctorRoXo Apr 13 2012, 9:24am says: active group that tracks indie bundles

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ReimuMaga Mar 29 2012, 12:46am says:

new Android game bundle! but my celephone isnt in my workplace. (cant use when in work place)

and wait!? still not had the desura keys? come on!

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Le3F Feb 23 2012, 10:38pm says:

I honestly prefer humble bundles over the others, they tend to have a better game selection and I kinda like steam acheivments,(even though they do nothing) they can sometimes add a little extra content for those willing to try for them (or those unwilling to give up playing a previously beaten game)

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DoctorRoXo Mar 25 2012, 9:57am replied:

and they have amazon checkout. haven't seen any other use this. i love that cause i don't use paypal

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SpikedRocker Jan 31 2012, 6:56pm says:

Considering Desura has their own version of HumbleBundle(IndieRoyale), it doesn't surprise me that HumbleBundle has neglected the Desura Keys. Maybe its a temporary thing, maybe not. I guess if Steam does what Desura has done we'll see HumbleBundle drop those keys as well and just have its own download links.

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HumbleLinux Feb 1 2012, 12:03pm replied:

Well, but the Desura's bundle does not support Linux, therefore it is inferior :)

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HumbleLinux Feb 2 2012, 2:09pm replied:

And I forgot to mention, Desura's bundle does not contribute to a charity.

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WarTurkey Feb 17 2012, 1:35pm replied:

And it doesnt have the best indies

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Protektor Feb 1 2012, 12:34am replied:

It is up to the developers if they want to offer Desura keys. We can't give away their games without their permission.

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omegaxis Apr 1 2012, 3:52am replied:

it's not really "giving away" I prefer desura-keys because I can manage all my games at a central place. without desura-keys I have to download installers, and install all additional libaries myself, it's not that of a big deal, but desura-keys are a lot easier to handle. either way I get to play the game, with or without key so it's only a matter of user-service.

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CreativeReach Jan 31 2012, 7:12pm replied:

Well I for one wont buy with out Desura keys.

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rioninja Jan 31 2012, 8:47pm replied:

Without keys, I'll most likely pass on this one too.

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