Starting right now you can pick up Braid, Cortex Command, Machinarium, Osmos, Revenge of the Titans for the Mac, Windows or Linux for exactly whatever the hell you want to pay, and it's for a good cause.
That's right, Wolfire's pay-what-you-want, donate-to-charity indie gaming bundle returns today with the Humble Indie Bundle 2.
This year the core games in the bundle are Braid, Machinarium, Osmos, Cortex Command and Revenge of the Titans. The Electronic Frontier Foundation and Child's Play are again the charities Braid and Cortex Command are making their Linux debuts and Revenge of the Titans is officially launching inside the bundle.
Head on over to HumbleBundle.com, name your price, decide how to split up the proceeds. Wolffire's last HumbleBundle offered Aquaria, Penumbra: Overture, Lugaru, Gish and World of Goo at a pay-what-you-want rate. The bundle raised more than $US330,000 for Child's Play and Electronic Frontier Foundation. It also, sadly, proved that some assclowns will pirate anything, even a five-game pack that could be picked up for as little as a $US1.
Another interesting side note, the provides real-time stats, discovering last year that Linux users are about twice as generous as Windows users. Come on Windows, don't let me down this year.
Alright now sing along with me:
It's real nice when you name your price for games that are DRM free, Cross-platform compatible and you're helping charity!
Go, buy, give!
Republished from Kotaku