'Pay-What-You-Want' Indie Bundle Offers World of Goo, Penumbra Overture and More To Help Charity
Celebrated indie games including World of Goo
The bundle packs DRM-free editions of Independent Games Festival award winners World of Goo, Gish and Aquaria plus Lugaru HD and Penumbra Overture for Windows, Linux or Mac, which cost $80 if bought individually.
By default, all proceeds are split evenly between the developers, Penny Arcade's charity Child's Play and digital rights advocate the Electronic Frontier Foundation, though purchasers can adjust the proportions if they feel one group deserves more money.
World of Goo developer 2D Boy ran its own pay-what-you-want sale in 2009.
The Humble Indie Bundle will be available until May 11. Lugaru HD and Overgrowth developer Wolfire Games has created one of its customary trailers to explain more.
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