Two days ago the Humble Introversion Bundle launched, continuing the pay-what-you-want/indie developer/charity model. The Introversion bundle includes four great games: Uplink, Darwinia, DEFCON, and Multiwinia, as well as two prototype tech demos (Subversion City Generator and Voxel Tech Demo). Additionally, paying above the average price, currently $3.79, gets you Aquaria and Crayon Physics Deluxe too, if you missed those games in previous bundles (Aquaria in #1, Crayon Physics Deluxe in #3).
As always, you can choose your price and how it is divided between the developers, charities (Child's Play and Electronic Frontier Foundation), and the Humble Bundle organizers. All the games are available on Windows, Mac, and Linux and are DRM-free, and they can all be redeemed on Steam. The two prototypes are Windows-only and obviously not Steam-redeemable.
Watch the trailer below and then head on over to purchase your bundle if you haven't already. Buying early is always a good idea with the Humble Bundle; bonuses tend to be added over the course of the sale. There are already over 100,000 purchases for a total of over $400,000, and there are still almost 12 days remaining.
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