Humble Bundle opens permanent Humble Store for charity

By Ozzie Mejia, Nov 11, 2013 1:00pm PST

Humble Bundle is best-known for its pay-what-you-want bundles, but has now launched something a little less fleeting: the Humble Store. The permanent storefront will sell games for Android as well as PC, Mac, and Linux. It all kicks off with a sale on nine games, including Don't Starve, Gunpoint, and Rogue Legacy.

The Humble Store will sell some games DRM-free in true Humble fashion, some as Steam keys, and others as both. Unusually for a digital distributor, Humble has stated how big a cut developers get: 75%. Another 10% is split between charities including the American Red Cross, Child's Play, and the Electronic Frontier Foundation.

Humble's celebrating the launch with daily sales, starting with these games, which all offer Steam keys and some of which come DRM-free too:

  • Chivalry: Medieval Warfare - $6.25 (75% off)

  • Don't Starve - $7.49 (50% off)

  • Euro Truck Simulator 2 - $6.25 (75% off)

  • Gunpoint - $4.99 (50% off)

  • Natural Selection 2 - $6.25 (75% off)

  • Orcs Must Die 2! Complete - $6.25 (75% off)

  • Prison Architect - $14.99 (50% off)

  • Rogue Legacy - $7.49 (50% off)

  • The Swapper - $4.99 (66% off)

This isn't Humble's first steps outside bundles. The Humble Store has for some time offered a sales and distribution backend for indies to sell their own games through their own sites.

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