Humble Deep Silver Bundle Launches

July 30, 2013 -

Humble Bundle's latest bundle, the Humble Deep Silver Bundle, gives you six games and a bunch of DLC from publisher Deep Silver for a nice low price. Unlike other bundles this one has a higher price point depending on what you want to pick up, though. For the average price (currently hovering just below $5) you can get the open-world action game Saints Row: The Third; the prequel Saints Row 2; action RPG Risen 2: Dark Waters; and the RPG Sacred 2: Gold Edition.

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Humble Bundle Weekly Features Positech Games

July 25, 2013 -

The new Humble Weekly Bundle launches, offering four games from Positech Games. The Positech Games Humble Weekly Bundle features the political strategy game Democracy 2; the life simulation game Kudos 2; the alternate reality World War I game Gratuitous Tank Battles; and the space strategy game Gratuitous Space Battles.

All four games are available on Steam and DRM-free. These games are also available on Windows, Mac and Linux.

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Bundle Stars Launches Superfly Indie Bundle

July 23, 2013 -

Bundle Stars has launched a brand new indie bunlde called the Superfly Indie Bundle featuring ten games that can be redeemed on Steam for right around $5.00 USD.

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Spiderweb Software Humble Weekly Bundle Generates Over $182K

July 18, 2013 -

This week's Humble Bundle Weekly sale ended a few minutes ago, netting Jeff Vogel - the one man army that operates Spiderweb Software - a fair amount of change. As of this writing, the Humble Bundle Weekly Sale generated over $182,000 from the sale of nearly 39,000 bundles featuring Spiderweb's catalog of role-playing games. As is usually the case, Linux users paid the most for the bundle, with an average purchase price of $6.35, followed by Mac users who paid an average price of $6.19, and Windows users who brought the average down by paying an average price $4.43.

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Spiderweb Software Humble Bundle Weekly Sale Generates Over $100K

July 12, 2013 -

The Humble Bundle Weekly Sale featuring 15 games from indie RPG developer Spiderweb Software's catalog (DRM-free) has managed to raise over $100,000 in a little over 24 hours.

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Humble Weekly Bundle Features Spiderweb Software's Classic RPGs

July 11, 2013 -

While the folks at the Humble Bundle continue to ignore my suggestion for a role-playing game-themed Humble Bundle, this week's Humble Bundle Weekly Sale is as close as you can get: for the next six days consumers can get 15 games from indie RPG developer Spiderweb Software's catalog DRM-free and with plenty of extras.

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Bundles Stars Launches Dynamite Bundle: Reloaded

June 28, 2013 -

UK-based online PC bundle retailer Bundle Stars has launched the Dynamite Bundle: Reloaded today. The Dynamite Bundle: Reloaded includes 10 Windows games for a launch price of just $2.50, a savings of almost $220 when compared to buying the games individually (the promotional savings are based on online retail prices). Those who already bought the Dynamite Bundle will automatically receive the two bonus games free of charge in their Bundle Stars account, ready for them to redeem on Steam.

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Humble Bundle for Android 6 Launches

June 18, 2013 -

Humble Bundle for Android 6 is alive and kicking, offering five games for Android-based hand-helds. Most of the games are also available for Windows, Mac and Linux too - and all of them are DRM-Free. The games include Aquaria, Fractal, Organ Trail: Director’s Cut, Stealth Bastard Deluxe, and Pulse (Android only). If you pay more than the average price you can also get Frozen Synapse and Broken Sword: Director’s Cut. You'll also get digital soundtracks from all the games.

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Pay-What-You-Want For Vox

June 18, 2013 -

IndieGameStand is offering the cute voxel-based RPG, Vox for $10 or whatever you want to pay. Developer AlwaysGeeky Games describes Vox as a "highly customizable game where you can create, destroy, edit and build anything you desire. The whole world, every item and object within it, and even the characters and inhabitants of Vox are created using a custom 'Voxel Engine.'" The game is currently in the alpha stage but all future updates will be free and frequent, according to the developer.

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Humble Bundle 8 Surpasses $1.1 Million in Sales

May 29, 2013 -

Just 24 hours after launching, Humble Bundle 8 has managed to rake in over $1.1 million dollars. The pay-what-you-want DRM-free bundle is probably doing well because it features some high profile indie games including first-person adventure Dear Esther, the action platformer Capsized, cartoonish multiplayer action platformer Awesomenauts, minimalist puzzle-platformer Thomas Was Alone, sandbox puzzler Little Inferno, the top-down action game Hotline Miami and the audio-visual exploration and discovery game Proteus.

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Humble Bundle Weekly Sale Features Alan Wake Titles

May 22, 2013 -

The Humble Weekly Bundle is offering the Collector's Edition of Remedy's psychological action thriller Alan Wake and the follow-up title, Alan Wake’s American Nightmare. Both games are only available on Windows via Steam unfortunately. The current average purchase price for the two games is a paltry $2.14. It is understandable why at that price over 83,300 bundles have already been sold. So far the bundle has raised over $178,000, with proceeds going to the game's developer, the Humble Bundle folks, and charities the Electronic Frontier Foundation and Child's Play.

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Latest Indie Royale Bundle Promises Mayhem

May 16, 2013 -

Indie Royale has launched the Mayhem Bundle, offering players multiple indie titles that are described as a "mix-up of anarchic indie games." The bundle includes Burn Zombie Burn!, Primal Fears, Alien Shooter 2: Conscription, Plain Sight, Lucius and Droplitz. A seventh mystery game will be added to the mix at a later date.

All of the games are available on Steam for Windows, while only two titles offer Desura codes: Lucius and Alien Shooter 2: Conscription.

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Can You Guess Which Developer’s Games Are in the Humble Double Fine Bundle?

May 7, 2013 -

Believe it or not, the (mostly) clean-shaven gentleman in the video to your left is Double Fine's Tim Schafer.  Uncle Tim comes to us today to promote Humble Bundle's new Humble Bundle.

Why would he do that?

Because Humble Bundle's new Humble Bundle is chockful of Double Fine goodness that has been bundled together most humbly.  And he wants you to buy them!

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Story Bundle Offers Ten Video Game-Themed Books in Latest Bundle

May 1, 2013 -

We've seen the pay-what-you want bundle dedicated to indie games from places like the Humble Bundle and Indie Royale Bundle, but Story Bundle is offering a great collection of books for whatever you are willing to pay - and all of them are related in some way to gaming.

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Buy the Latest IndieGala Bundle, Support a Former Developer's Political Campaign

April 18, 2013 -

The latest Indie Gala bundle offers a bunch of nifty games depending on what you're willing to pay - but the money will go towards "help rebuild Vancouver's game industry" by supporting a political candidate. Vancouver has been hit with a lot of layoffs at many of the region's biggest studios.

Four Blendo Games for Sale in Humble Weekly Bundle

April 10, 2013 -

This week's Humble Bundle Weekly sale features four games from Blendo Games: Flotilla, Atom Zombie Smasher, Air Forte, and Thirty Flights of Loving. To get all the games you'll have to pay more than the average price, which is currently at $3.72, but you can get Flotilla, Atom Zombie Smasher, and Air Forte for just paying over $1. To get the fourth game you'll have to cough up a little extra dough.

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The Catnip Bundle Offers Ten Games For Cheap

April 8, 2013 -

The Catnip Bundle has launched over at Bundle Stars offering PC players 10 instantly downloadable PC games for whatever price they want. The highlighted title in the Catnip Bundle is Pushcat, an arcade game from indie studio Zut Games. Other titles include Metal Drift, Obulis, Avencast: Rise of the Mage, Post Mortem, Wasteland Angel, Chains, Nikopol, and two mystery titles.

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Humble Mobile Bundle and Humble Weekly Sale Alive and Kicking

March 26, 2013 -

It's dueling Humble Bundles as two new bundles launch: the latest Humble Weekly Sale and the Humble Mobile Bundle. The weekly sale offers THQ's (who gets the money for these games at this point?) Darksiders; Red Faction: Armageddon; and Red Faction: Armageddon Path to War DLC. If you pay more than the average, you'll also get Steam keys for Red Faction: Guerrilla and Darksiders II. As EZK points out, the bundle is Windows only.

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Humble Bundle Weekly Sale Debuts with Bastion

March 19, 2013 -

The first Humble Bundle Weekly sale has launched, offering a DRM-free pay-what-you-want sale of the popular action RPG Bastion. The sale will last for one week allowing those who want the Windows, Mac or Linux version of the game a chance to pick it up on the cheap. If you pay more than the average price of $2.65, you'll get extra bonus content, the digital soundtrack, a digital art pack, some nifty Bastion sheet music and special ringtones.

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Humble Bundle 5 with Android Generates over $1 Million in Sales, Adds Three New Games

March 12, 2013 -

Humble Bundle 5 with Android has added three more games into the mix to entice those who have yet to purchase this pay-what-you-want DRM-free PC and Android game bundle - and to reward those who have already taken the plunge. The new Android/Windows/Mac/Linux games include Superbrothers: Sword & Sworcery EP, Splice, and Crayon Physics Deluxe. Soundtracks are also included. Beat Hazard Ultra, Dynamite Jack, Solar 2, NightSky HD, Super Hexagon, and Dungeon Defenders.

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Indie Royale Debut Bundle Offers New and Reworked Indie Titles

March 12, 2013 -

Indie Royale's newest bundle, the Debut Bundle, offers six indie games that are either brand new or new versions of previously released titles. All of the games are available on Windows, but only four of the games are playable on Mac, and none of the games are available on Steam (all via Desura). The brand new debut games include the arcade real-time strategy game McDROID by Elefantopia and platformer action game 6180 The Moon by Turtle Cream and PokPoong Games.

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Indie Gala Flash Bundle Offers Nine Games

March 8, 2013 -

If the Humble Bundle isn't offering any games you want in its latest bundle then you may want to spend your money on the Indie Gala Flash Bundle. By paying as little as $1, you can pick up three DRM-free games: Ice-pick Lodge's first-person adventure game Pathologic, Crimson Cow's The Abbey, and a Steam key for Keen Software House's multiplayer action game Miner Wars Arena.

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Humble Bundle 5 with Android Generates Over $866K

March 8, 2013 -

Humble Bundle 5 with Android has raised over $866,000 so far. Launched earlier this week, the latest pay-what-you-want DRM-free bundle offers Beat Hazard Ultra, Dynamite Jack, Solar 2, and NightSky HD. If you pay more than the average price - currently at $6.66 - you'll get Dungeon Defenders plus all the available downloadable content (Android users get Dungeon Defenders: Second Wave) and Super Hexagon.

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Humble Bundle 5 with Android Launches

March 5, 2013 -

Humble Bundle has jumped right into its newest DRM-free pay-what-you want bundle - Humble Bundle with Android 5. Humble Bundle with Android 5 offers six games for Android, Windows, Mac, and Linux, along with some bonus material for those willing to pay more than the average price.

The base set of games includes Beat Hazard Ultra, Dynamite Jack, Solar 2, and NightSky HD. If you pay more than the average price - currently at $6.33 - you'll get Dungeon Defenders plus all the available downloadable content (Android users get Dungeon Defenders: Second Wave) and Super Hexagon.

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Mojam 2 Bundle Raises Total of $517K for EFF, Block by Block

March 4, 2013 -

Fundraising for the Humble Mojam 2 Bundle officially closed on March 2, with two charities benefitting from the $517,555.12 raised during and after the 72-hour game jam ended. The Mojam 2 game jam produced several games during its 72-hour run including Vlambeer's Wasteland Kings, Tektonic by Grapefrukt, Space Hunk from Ludosity, Oxeye’s 3918, a 3D multiplayer shooter called Low-light by Wolfire Games, and four games from Mojang teams - Nuclear Pizza War, Endless Nuclear Kittens, Battle Frogs and Nuke the Dinosaurs.

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Indie Royale Launches The Mash Bundle

February 28, 2013 -

Indie Royale, organizers of the pay-what-you-want DRM-free bundle, have launched their latest collection of indie titles called the The Mash Bundle (thanks to Blue's News). This new bundle offers Strong Bad's Cool Game for Attractive People, Guns of Icarus Online, Kung Fu Strike: The Warrior's Rise, KRUNCH, and Delve Deeper.

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Mojam 2 Bundle Raises Over $500K, Notch Shaves Beard

February 28, 2013 -

The Humble Mojam 2 Bundle has sailed past the $500,000 mark which in turn has forced Mojang co-founder Marcus 'Notch' Persson to shave off his trademark beard.

Notch made the commitment to shave off his beard last weekend during the Mojam 72-hour game development jam, but the number of contributions had not hit the $500,000 mark during that time.

Being a good sport, he decided to honor the promise today. He made the announcement via Twitter:

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The Humble Bundle Mojam 2 Raises over $476k for Charity

February 25, 2013 -

The latest pay-what-you-want, DRM-free bundle that featured a 72-hour marathon game jam session starring teams from Mojang, Grapefrukt, Ludosity, Oxeye, Vlambeer, and Wolfire, has managed to raise over $476,000 total (so far) for charity. The teams made a total of nine games in various phases of development in 72-hours, which ended on Saturday evening.

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Anonymous Donor Gives Humble Bundle Mojam 2 $100K

February 21, 2013 -

An anonymous source just donated $100,000 to the Humble Bundle Mojam 2, the latest pay-what-you-want DRM-free bundle. With that huge contribution, the Humble Bundle Mojam 2 has managed to raise just over $252,000.

The charities benefitting from this latest bundle are the Electronic Frontier Foundation and Block by Block - a new collaboration with UN Habitat and Mojang. The news of this massive donation was tweeted by Mojang's Jens Bergensten:

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The Humble Bundle Mojam 2 is Live

February 20, 2013 -

The pay-what-you-want, DRM-free bundle has returned but this time it is an interactive affair as the folks behind the Humble Bundle present The Humble Bundle Mojam 2. For this particular bundle gamers are asked to watch as indie developers Mojang, Grapefrukt, Ludosity, Oxeye Game Studio, Vlambeer, and Wolfire Games engage in a 72-hour game jam session. The games that they build during this game jam can be purchased at any time while the jam is going (even though you won't have any idea what you are buying).

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Matthew Wilsonhttp://www.polygon.com/2015/2/27/8120573/house-of-cards-season-3-monument-valley-cameo given that its a india game, and so he most likely did not have the money to pay. I wounder how that came about.02/27/2015 - 12:24pm
PHX Corphttp://www.nytimes.com/2015/02/27/arts/television/leonard-nimoy-spock-of-star-trek-dies-at-83.html Leonard Nimoy, Spock of ‘Star Trek,’ Dies at 8302/27/2015 - 12:22pm
Andrew EisenBullying resulting from criticizing fiction is not the critic's fault. Fiction is not always unrealistic. Neither begets sexual objectification.02/27/2015 - 11:56am
Andrew EisenSubjective? Sure, but that doesn't matter because no one's trying to regulate sexual objectification. Plenty of room to criticize sexual objectification in multiple forms of media (like Sarkeesian already does). 02/27/2015 - 11:56am
ConsterDon't 'beauty rags' already get plenty of criticism?02/27/2015 - 9:02am
ZippyDSMleeEh still rather subjective… the haters would be better off going after teen and beauty rags and magazines than fiction, fiction follows reality and going after fiction tends to turn into a bullying fest’s… plus its fiction its unrealistic to start with….02/27/2015 - 1:10am
MechaTama31That's a pretty difficult anatomy to break.02/26/2015 - 11:09pm
MechaTama31"the way her animations repeatedly break her anatomy" <-- I'm sorry, but we are talking here about the woman who can roll up into a little ball and live to tell the tale, yes? ;)02/26/2015 - 11:09pm
Andrew EisenAs far as examples that could be culled from female game characters though, that one's pretty mild.02/26/2015 - 9:11pm
Andrew EisenNot as much the heels or the suit in and of themselves but certainly the way her animations repeatedly break her anatomy to show off her lady bits.02/26/2015 - 9:10pm
E. Zachary KnightWell, Samus's heels are certainly impracticable, but I wouldn't really call her Zero suit objectified. I don't really feel that the new Lara Croft is objectified either, but that is my subjective opinion.02/26/2015 - 9:08pm
Andrew EisenTomb Raider: No but we haven't seen much of anything yet. Samus: Yes.02/26/2015 - 9:07pm
ZippyDSMleeWould you call the new tomb raider objectified? WOuld Samus Aran from the new Smash bros be objectified?02/26/2015 - 9:02pm
WonderkarpI'm hoping they put the rest of the comic book ghostbusters in there. Ortiz and Rookie(From GB the game)02/26/2015 - 8:38pm
Wonderkarpghostbusters board game is doing great. getting close too a 3rd extra playable Character. Ron Alexander.02/26/2015 - 8:37pm
Andrew EisenSmurfette is not subjective. If there's more than one female character, it's not Smurfette. Anyway, as with everything on the list, Smurfette is, in and of itself, not necessarily a bad thing.02/26/2015 - 8:32pm
Andrew EisenI think there's 5 women (out of 15, I think) but other than one being a bit more "hippy" than the others, they pretty much all have the same body type. Especially when compaired to the huge variety of male body types.02/26/2015 - 8:31pm
Wonderkarpso I dont see Smurfette as a bad thing. Unless like all your female characters are Smurfette. remember the Smurfs also had Sassette02/26/2015 - 8:29pm
E. Zachary KnightOne good example of the larger issues is one Anita used in the presentation, Blizzard's Overwatch game. There are a dozen men in the game with a dozen body types. But there are only 4 women with 2 body types, but 3 of them have the same one.02/26/2015 - 8:28pm
Wonderkarpthe smurfette thing is subjective to how many female characters you have. Take Sonic for example. You have Amy, who is obvious smurfette, but there's several other female characters now without that. Including the original animated seriescomics with Sally02/26/2015 - 8:28pm
 

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