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Are you the creative type who wants to make your own game? If so, you're in luck as the latest Humble Bundle consists of many apps that let you design and build your own gaming worlds.
Humble Bundle is celebrating the one year birthday of their Humble Store by giving everyone a free copy of Metro 2033. All you have to do is supply your email address and the game is yours.
If you love Microsoft's Age of Empires games, then you might want to check out today's Humble Bundle where you can get AOE II HD and AOE III: Complete, along with more games for the low price of $15.
The latest Humble Bundle includes games for Windows, Mac OS X, Linux, and Android. For whatever price you want to pay, you can get cross-platform support for a bunch of games.
The currently running Humble Indie Bundle 7 has added three more games to its latest "pay what you want" game deal if people pay more than the average amount for the bundle.
The team behind the popular Humble Indie Bundle "pay what you want" game events have launched a new deal which gives folks a way to pay what they want for several THQ titles.
BundleStars has listed eight games for as many dollars on their site, with all titles being available through Valve's Steam service. You thought you'd survived Steam's sales without buying didn't you?
The Humble Bundle team, which has released a number of "pay what you want" bundles of games, have now expanded into eBooks, selling several sci-fi/fantasy games for any price a person wants to pay.
The "pay what you want" Humble Indie Bundle V event is over, and its a massive record breaker as it generates over $5 million in revenue, well over the previous record of $2.37 million.
With just over four days to go, the "pay what you want" Humble Indie Bundle 5 has now raised over $4 million, blowing away the previous records for the team's game bundles.
Humble Indie Bundle 5 has now launched, offering gamers a number of great indie games for the price of whatever you want to pay for them for the next two weeks.
The newest "pay what you want" collection of Humble Bundle games includes not just the PC, Mac and Linux builds of four indie games but also the Android versions for the first time.
Just in time for this Christmas season is the next Humble Indie Bundle! Get Super Meat Boy, Shank, BIT.TRIP RUNNER, Jamestown, and Nightsky for any price you like.
The Humble Bundle team have launched yet another pay-what-you-want indie game deal, this time offering the recently released turn-based tactical strategy game Frozen Synapse.