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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boltronics Dec 31 2011, 9:28pm says:

No Desura keys. Darn. At least it has native GNU/Linux builds.

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cmontag Dec 30 2011, 10:25pm says:

Are humble bundle 4 desura keys coming? May be a good New Year's resolution :)

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Cheeseness Dec 31 2011, 10:09pm replied:

There was this tweet a little while back:

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Cheeseness Dec 20 2011, 10:47pm says:

For anybody who's excited about this sort of thing, I've recently put together a self-updating page showing and comparing statistics for Humble Bundles past and present.

There's some pretty interesting stuff highlighted in there. I'm intending to write an article about it soon (though if anybody wants to write about their own interpretations, that's cool too) :)

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hero1900 Dec 27 2011, 4:31am replied:

wow man thx i usually do my own approximation on calc this is so good thx for the effort

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Cheeseness Dec 27 2011, 8:51pm replied:

Glad you like it :)

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phluff Dec 26 2011, 6:32pm replied:

That's pretty cool, though I wonder to what extent the figures are skewed with high paying group contributors such as @HumbleBrony who currently have $7,000.00 for HiB4? Is the $7,000.00 counted as a Windows, OSX or Linux stat (or mix of two?) and how representative is this of the donating users?

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Cheeseness Dec 27 2011, 9:04pm replied:

I don't have direct access to platform choices for individual contributors and I can't say I was really paying a lot of attention, so here are my best guesses :)

According to, they had over one thousand contributors to their donation, which I don't think would make much of a dent in the rest of the statistics.

The windows average jumped by several cents when Notch made his $8k donation, which vaguely suggests that he selected Windows as his platform (MacOS and Windows went up by 1c each which seems to have corresponded with 'normal' purchase increases).

I didn't see any similar jumps when the @HumbleBrony donation was made, so it's likely they didn't select any platforms.

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Cheeseness Dec 27 2011, 10:37pm replied:

Much of a dent compared to if those thousand people payed $16 each, that is.

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eisprinzessin Dec 20 2011, 7:48am says:

I have not installed any of the games of the Humble Bundle #4 let alone played. But I love the OSTs - I cannot get enough of Jamestown's soundtrack.

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