I love the website Humble Bundle. Ever since I found out about it, I make sure I check it all the time for the new stuff going up for stupidly cheap prices. These games are never so old as to be irrelevant, and the fact parts of the proceeds help charity is always nice as well. While I have enthusiastically told anyone I speak to ever that plays games to check these bundles out, the newest Humble Indie Bundle may be the best deal I have ever seen on the site.
As of this writing, for the extremely cheap price of…well anything, you can get Guacamelee!: Gold Edition, Dust: An Elysian Tail, Gianna Sisters: Twisted Dreams and The Swapper. You could pay a penny and get these games, as well as their soundtracks. If you pay at least a dollar, you get Steam keys for them. Even better however, is if you beat the average donation, which at the time of this writing is $4.29. If you pay at least $4.30 (I paid $4.50), you get all the games previously mentioned, as well as Antichamber, Monaco: What’s Yours is Mine, as well as the soundtracks.
Making this already incredible deal more tempting is the fact that as the two week sale goes on, more games will be added, which you automatically get if you already beat the average. As with all of these bundles, you are able to decide how your money is distributed, between the charity, the developers and Humble Bundle itself. The default split seems very fair, but you can honestly do however here and really do no wrong. So far, close to 170,000 bundles have been sold, adding up to a little over $720,000. So come on folks, get some great games for cheap, and give to charity in the process. Here is the promotional video.
Source: Humble Bundle