Humble Indie Bundle 5

Humble Indie Bundle 5 updated with Braid, Super Meat Boy and Lone Survivor

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Henry Winchester at

Innovative platformer Braid, differently innovative platformer Super Meat Boy and horror adventure game Lone Survivor have been added to the already immensely successfulHumble Bundle 5. Anyone who's already bought the bundle will be able to grab the new games gratis. If you haven't already bought the bundle (WHY???), you'll need to splash out more than the average (currently $7.87) to get the three games included.


Humble Indie Bundle V sells over 400K. Blame awesome games

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Owen Hill at

It’s easy to forget about the little things during E3. The trailers are very smashy and the conferences shouty, making it easy to miss out on happy successes of indie bundles.


Humble Indie Bundle 5 makes $1.8 million in 15 hours

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Tom Hatfield at

Back in December, the Humble Indie Bundle 4 wowed us by making $1 million in a day. We thought that would prove a hard number to beat, but that was before we knew Humble Bundle 5 would contain Limbo, Psychonauts, Bastion, Sword and Sworcery and Amnesia. Unsurprisingly that incredible collection of games has helped smash the previous record. With the day not yet over, the latest Humble Bundle has already made $1.8 million, making it likely they'll more than double their previous total before the day is out.


Humble Indie Bundle 5 launches, contains Psychonauts, LIMBO, Bastion and more

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Tom Hatfield at

Quick question, what's the biggest name game you've ever seen in a Humble Bundle? Whatever you answered, you are now wrong, because the Humble Indie Bundle 5 dwarfs all those that came before it. Previous bundles have usually included a single household name like Braid, World of Goo or Super Meat Boy, backed up by several other smaller (but nonetheless excellent) indie efforts. Humble Bundle 5 on the other hand delivers indie darlings LIMBO and Bastion, awesome survival horror Amnesia: The Dark Descent, recent hit Sword & Sworcery and Psychonauts. Yes that's Tim Schafer's Psychonauts. You may now gasp in excitement.