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Submission + - The New Humble Indie Bundle (humblebundle.com)

Trelane writes: The Humble Indie Bundle is back, and with all new games and still no DRM! Like its predecessor, which earned over a million dollars and therefore had its constituent games open sourced, the new Humble Indie Bundle supports Linux, Mac, and Windows. This bundle contains Braid (yes, Braid for Linux!), Cortex Command, Machinarium, Osmos, and Revenge of the Titans. Also as before, the customers specify the price as well as how the money is divided up, with the charities this time being the EFF and Child's Play Charity. As before, the donation share and average donations are being tracked, and the current totals are Linux and Mac at roughly a sixth each (averages of $14.02 and $7.84, respectively) and Windows at about two thirds, with an average contribution of $5.66. There's some coverage over at LWN and Ars Technica.

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