It seems like my work is finished. So I’ll just go ahead and… wait. What’s that on Twitter about the Humble Indie Bundle 7? Dangnabbit. Okay everyone, here’s what’s going on today. The Humble Indie Bundle 7 launched December 19, 2012 and our backlogs have now greatly increased. We have the opportunity to get up to six new games, DLC for two of them and Indie Game: The Movie so let’s go ahead and buy now before the average goes up.
The Humble Indie Bundle 7 is pretty huge. It features returning favorite The Binding of Isaac and its Wrath of the Lamb DLC, along with Humble Bundle newcomers Closure, Shank 2, Snapshot and Indie Game: The Movie. Soundtracks for all four games are included. If you pay more than the current average, which was $5.87 at 2pm CST on December 19, 2012, you also get Dungeon Defenders and its DLC, Legend of Grimrock and the soundtracks for both of those games. All games are available for Windows, Mac and Linux except Shank 2, the Mac version of which is currently in the beta phase.
Of course, that’s only the current accounting of what’s in the Humble Indie Bundle 7. Check back next week Wednesday for the full bundle, as the Humble Bundle folks always update it at the halfway point. I’m guessing we’ll get an extra game or two this time, but you never know. Previous Humble Indie Bundles have sometimes included past bundles for people who pay more than the average.
As usually, you pay what you want for the Humble Indie Bundle 7 and choose where the money goes. You can send your cash off to the developers, the Humble Bundle folks and/or the Child’s Play and Electronic Frontier Foundation charities. You decide.
You only have until January 2, 2012 to grab the Humble Indie Bundle 7, which would make it an absolute perfect gift for someone this Christmas. If you do decide to gift it though, make sure you pay more than the average. If you don’t, the recipient will know you cheaped out because they won’t get Dungeon Defenders or Legend of Grimrock.
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