The Humble Bundle fortnight of flash sales continues with a second chance to get hold of some celebrated indie titles in the Humble Indie (Re)bundle 8. Delve deep into the diverse and esoteric world of indie games with a eleven titles up for grabs.This is a great offer for indie fans who missed this the first time round and also a good chance for anyone curious to see what all the fuss is about to try out some indie games for cheaps.
Pay what you like to get the absorbing narrative game Dear Esther, the highly acclaimed minimalist puzzler Thomas Was Alone, the humorous sandbox game Inferno and the action puzzlers; Capsized and Awesomenauts.
Pay over the average price currently set at $3.42 (that’s only £2.00!) and get a bin-load more games. Going cheap are the tricky puzzler English Country Tune, the physics-based side-scrolling shooter, Intrusion 2,, the procedurally generated exploration game Proteus, the jump and slice platformer Tiny & Big in Grandpa's Leftovers, the post-apocalyptic RTS Oil rush and the retro-styled gore-fest that is Hotline Miami.
Pay up to get redeem codes on Steam for the games which all come DRM-free with the exception of Awesomenauts. All games on offer are available for Windows, Mac and Linux.
Pick up these games and you can do your bit for charity. Upon purchase you can decide to share your money between the game developers and the charities Electronic Frontier Foundation and Child's Play.
Get a haul of games cheap and support charity at the same time, it’s a no brainer!
Head over here if you want to get the games above. The flash sale ends today at 7pm Uk time.
We leave you with a trailer from Dear Esther, a sight to behold and a game unlike any you have played before.