You know the drill. Humble Bundle offers up a handful of really slick game titles from indie devs, and you can pay what you want for them. That’s the basic idea. Like all Humble Bundle game packs, there will be a few games you can pay whatever you want for, with a few titles that will be come unlocked if you pay the minimum average amount. Paying what you want is nice because you can pay next to nothing to get your hands on some really awesome games, but remember that you can choose which portion of the money you pay goes to charity, with the other amounts going to Humble Bundle themselves, and some to the developers. You decide how much goes where. With that in mind, why not spring for a little extra and grab yourself some more awesome games in the process?
To start things off, you can pay what you want for three really cool game titles: Bag It!, the classic shoot em up from days past that was recently ported to Android by DotEmu known as R-Type II, and the infamous Aralon Sword and Shadow by Crescent Moon Games, the open world 3D RPG that came before the wildly popular Ravensword Shadowlands, which was actually in the last Bundle that just ended. If you’re feeling particularly generous and want to score yourself more games to play, you can pay the minimum average amount which is currently sitting at $3.94 at the time of writing, and you will unlock not only The Room Two, and Carcassonne, but the instant classic from Double Fine Productions, The Cave, which is one of the best platformers you will ever have the pleasure of playing using your thumbs and fingers.
The best part is that more games will be added to the bundle at a later date, which is most likely in a week or so. The yet unannounced games will be unlocked for anyone who has already paid the minimum amount before their release, or for those who pay the minimum amount once they drop. If you want a better deal on whatever those games end up being, it’s best to pick up the bundle while the minimum price is low. The Bundle is live now so you can grab the games any time you wish, and they’ll be forever available and you can even re-download them through your Humble Bundle account later if you ever want to switch devices. Check out the video below for a brief overview of every game.