The Humble Botanicula Debut and Be Mine 2

The latest Humble Bundle is now out, with games available on a pay what you want scheme with money split between developers, charity, or the Humble Bundle.  The charity this time is the World Land Trust, an international conservation charity.  It seems that the Humble Bundle have changed their terms slightly this time, with Steam keys only available to those who have paid at least $5.

There’s a point and click theme to the games in the bundle this time with Botanicula, Machinarium and Samorost 2 from Amanita Design.  For those paying more than the average price, there’s also Biograf’s full length feature film Kooky and Vector Park’s Windosill to check out.. and soundtracks are included with Botanicula, Machinarium and Samorost 2!

Groupees have also returned with a second bundle, the Be Mine 2 bundle which features five games and a host of bonuses to be unlocked as sales goals are met.  The bundle is pay what you want with a minimum price of $4, which equates to 2 “meals”: the charity involved with this bundle is Feed Them With Music, a community of artists who share their profits to support the hungry.

The Be Mine 2 bundle contains Hothead Games‘ action-RPG The Baconing, Beatnik Games‘ multiplayer deathmatch Plain Sight, PlaybrainsMadballs in Babo: Invasion, Cold Beam Games‘ twin-stick musically directed shooter Beat Hazard and Cadenza Interactive‘s tower defence game Sol Survivor, with those having paid the equivalent of 5+ meals, or $10, also receiving Killing Floor, by Tripwire Interactive.

Indie Royale’s The Spring Bundle is available right now too, with six indie games up for grabs.


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