Humble Indie Bundle 7 Adds Three New Games

Humble Indie Bundle 7 has added three new games into the mix for anyone that is willing to pay more than the current average price of $6.41 for the pay-what-you-want DRM-free PC game bundle. The new titles added today include The Basement Collection, Cave Story+, and Offspring Fling. If you’ve already purchased the bundle then these games are already waiting for you on your download page. If you haven’t, pay more than the average price and get these games as well as the original 7 titles. All three games are cross-platform, DRM-free, and come with extra soundtracks. You can get redeem codes for Steam (with a purchase of $1 or more). Select games are available for Ubuntu Linux users on the Ubuntu Software Center as well.

The Basement Collection features a compilation of Flash games from Edmund McMillen (Super Meat Boy, Binding of Isaac). This compendium includes Triachnid, Coil, the original Meat Boy, Aether, Grey-Matter, Spewer, Time Fcuk, and lots of unlockable content and extras. Developed by KPULV, Offspring Fling is a unique action platform puzzle game where you throw your baby birds to get through 100 levels. Finally, Cave Story+ is a critically game by indie game developer Pixel. A tribute of sorts to classics like Metroid and Castlevania, Cave Story is a 2D platformer featuring a world-saving hero and an emphasis on exploration and discovery. Indie studio Nicalis worked with Pixel to update graphics and add new game modes.

These three titles join The Binding of Isaac (plus Wrath of the Lamb DLC), Closure, Shank 2, Snapshot, and documentary film Indie Game: The Movie. Paying more than the average price will get you the old-school RPG Legend of Grimrock and the strategy-RPG-tower defense hybrid, Dungeon Defenders.

Also included in the bundle are the soundtracks for Legend of Grimrock, Dungeon Defenders (you have to pay more than the average price to get these two soundtracks), Closure, Indie Game: The Movie, and Shank 2. All of the games are DRM free and supported on Mac, Linux and Windows platforms.

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