As you probably have already realized, I am a huge fan of the Humble Bundle. I can pay any amount of money that I would like to pay, and in return get a number of great games and other various types of media – all while supporting great charities. That’s why I always make sure to write up a post about the service: I’m very much in love with what the team behind it does, and I want to help spread the word even further (even if it’s already become incredibly popular).
Today, as a sort of holiday treat, the Humble Bundle team added an additional three games to Humble Indie Bundle 7 package that already included six games and Indie Game: The Movie. Those games are: The Basement Collection, Offspring Fling, and Cave Story. Additionally, the purchase of those games also includes both their MP3 and FLAC soundtracks. To get the new additions and Dungeon Defenders and Legend of Grimrock, you have to pay more than the current average.
As with the rest of the bundle, the three new games are cross-platform compatible with Linux, Mac OS X, and Windows. All files – be it games, MP3s, FLACs, or movie files – are DRM-free, as well. If you wish to get the games through Steam, you can pay $1 or more to get a key in addition to the DRM-free files.
If you’re interested in getting some great games and a fantastic movie and helping out the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF), the Child’s Play Charity, and the Humble Bundle itself, hit up the source link below to put your order in.[Humble Bundle]