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Post by Dan @ 04:04pm 21/12/10 | 2 Comments
Promoting the recently released Humble Indie Bundle #2, Wolfire have released another new trailer offering a great overview of the five featured independent games.

If you haven't yet purchased the latest Humble Bundle and want to know what's so special about the games on offer, Wolfire's David Rosen provides an in-depth overview of each individual title, offering his knowledgeable perspective on all of their strongest points.

The Humble Indie Bundle #2 features Braid, Machinarium, Osmos, Cortex Command, and Revenge of the Titans; all compatible with PC, Linux and Mac OS and all DRM free.

If that's not enough, you get to name your own price and set how much of the purchase go towards the worthy Child's-Play charity or Electronic Frontiers Foundation.

Check out the HD streamable trailer here on AusGamers and Buy the Humble Bundle here (you can now even redeem the games in your Steam library).



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iJebus
Posted 11:50pm 22/12/10
Side note, it looks like purchasing Humble Indie Bundle 2 will get you access to Humble Indie Bundle 1 as well. At least, it did for me.
3x0dus
Posted 11:55pm 22/12/10
Yer it says on the site if you pay over 7.32 you get humble bundle 1 aswell.
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