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Indie champion Double Fine Productions has some of its catalogue back in a pay-what-you-want Humble Bundle offer again this week, offering those that missed last year's promotion another chance to pick up several of its games on the cheap.

Once again, the bundle includes Psychonauts, Stacking and Costume Quest, for as little as US$1, with Brutal Legend joining the pack at the $6 mark, and they're joined by Steam Early Access version of Spacebase DF-9 for anyone willing to cough up $16.74.

The last Double Fine Humble Bundle also included access to the then beta-testing Broken Age adventure game, but since that game has now officially launched now, you can buy it separately for US$25 from Steam anyway.

Double Fine's return to the Humble Bundle coincides with Amnesia Fortnight, the studio's now annual initiative that invites the Internet into an inside look at the developers at work, as they break up into teams for a two week period, and compete on prototyping new game concepts.

Find more information on Amnesia Fortnight here and in the video below, or click here for the Humble Bundle.

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