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Humble Indie Bundle #3 buyers now get Humble Indie Bundle #2 games too

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And Yet it Moves

So you put off buying the Humble Indie Bundle #3. That’s fine. It isn’t too late to grab it. I mean, it’s available until August 9, 2011 after all. Besides, it’s now in your best interest to go ahead and go for it. Not only has a pass to play Minecraft for a while been added, you can now get Steel Storm (Windows, Mac, Linux) as well!

It gets even better than that. Anyone who pays more than the average price of the bundle at the time they visit the official Humble Indie Bundle #3 site also gets the five games that were included in the Humble Indie Bundle #2. As of 10:30pm CST, the average price was $5.23. So anyone who paid more than that not only got And Yet It Moves, Crayon Physics Deluxe, Cogs, Hammerfight, Steel Storm, VVVVVV and the Minecraft access until August 14, 2011 for their Windows, Mac and PC games. Those buyers also received Braid, Cortex Command, Machinarium, Osmos and Revenge of the Titans.

If you already bought the Humble Indie Bundle #3 and are kicking yourself because you didn’t get all those extras, then go back to your download page. You know, the one you were emailed a link to. Links to your Steel Storm and Minecraft bonuses should be there. You can also add to your donation from that page if you want access to the extra Humble Indie Bundle #2 games.

You should definitely stop by and check it out. Even if you’re only interested in one of the indie games in the bundle, paying a little over $5 and getting access to 12 games is totally worth it.

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