Latest Humble Bundle Strikes a Different Note
The great thing about the Humble Indie Bundle is its ability to find some of the best of the best indie games to put up for sale. Their last sale, Humble Indie Bundle V, was their most successful ever by raising just over $5 million by packing the bundle with games like Bastion, Amnesia, Psychonauts, Superbrothers: Sword and Sworcery EP and Limbo. Now that sale has ended, every man and his keyboard have been waiting to see how the hell they’re going to surpass the success of bundle V.
Well, they’re back with their latest, but it’s a bit different this time around. There are no games. Instead, you’ve got a bundle that sings a different song (ZING!). It’s called the Humble Music Bundle, and it features music from the Valkryia Chronicles, Portal‘s “Still Alive” champion, Jonathan Coulton (with 13 other songs), They Might Be Giants, Christopher Tin, MC Frontalot and if you pay more than the average donation (which at the time of writing is $8.25) you’ll pick up OK Go‘s “Twelve Remixes of Four Songs”.
So if you’re looking for some musical goodness in the form of DRM-free, any-format music and you want to do your good deed for the day: head over to the bundle’s page, donate and bask in the musicality of gaming! If you’re a bit unsure, we’ve got a video below which has bits and pieces of each artist involved.
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