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Humble Indie Bundle at it Again With Frozenbyte Collection
That's right, the guys who brought you the Humble Indie Bundle, and the (aptly titled) Humble Indie Bundle #2, comes the Humble Frozenbyte Bundle, a collection of games from developer Frozenbyte that follows the same pay-what-you-want scheme as the other Bundles.
The pack includes Trine, Shadowgrounds, Shadowgrounds: Survivor, (as well as the soundtracks for these three) and Splot, a game which hasn't come out yet, but will be available to those who purchase the bundle as soon as the game is released. In an odd turn, it also includes, uhh... the "assets" of Jack Claw, which the Humble Bundle page describes thusly:
"Jack Claw is a prototype of a game Frozenbyte was developing but canceled before completion."
Hmm, interesting. Just like the first two bundles, all these games (well, the first three) are redeemable on Steam, Desura, and for Trine, OnLive. You also get a choice of DRM free downloads for Windows, Mac or Linux. Awesome.
Anyway, while none of the games particularly piqued my interest, especially not in the same way that Penumbra or Braid did from the first and second bundle, respectively, I still picked up the pack, and you should too. After all, you're not just supporting indie game developers, you're also supporting charity. Besides, you can pay as little as 1 cent. Not that you should. Here's a video.