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The Indie Bundle Mega Thread

Multi-headed Cow

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Got it at $4.70, which is acceptable for Shank and Cave Story.

Although WHAT THE DEVIL, EFF ISN'T IN THE CHARITY LIST ANY MORE? THIS IS AN OUTRAGE!
 

Metro

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I put in $5, too lazy to round of the pennies and it's definitely worth it. Consider they might even add more later.
 

Bruticis

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Yup, great deal bought for 5 bucks as well. I wish they separated the keys since I have some dupes but oh well.
 

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Yeah, kinda disappointing you don't get separate keys like for past bundles (I think, maybe I'm misremembering).
 

Metro

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As far as the Humble Bundle goes you realize you can get everything except Cave Story and Space Battles for a penny, right? Only the Royale one has a required minimum price.
 

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Super Meat Boy, Cave Story, Shank and Jamestown are all awesome. Easily worth the asking price, and the others aren't shabby either.
 

Metro

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This is probably the only way I would have ever gotten Shank. The game play is fun and it's a nice throwback to Double Dragon-esque games but there's far too little content (game is about two hours) for the asking price.
 

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Multi-headed Cow said:
Although WHAT THE DEVIL, EFF ISN'T IN THE CHARITY LIST ANY MORE? THIS IS AN OUTRAGE!

It's because Cliffski B convinced the other developers the EFF are dirty pirates who want to take away their copyrights.
 

Multi-headed Cow

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No idea if you're joking or not, because that sounds like a plausibly retarded Cliffybism.

Normally throw all my Humble Bundle money at the EFF, but shit.
 

Angthoron

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Oh, wow, Red Cross, really? I mean weren't they the ones recently talking about how civilians in computer games should have rights? Why the fuck support that kind of stupidity.
 

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Gave em 10 bucks, even then I thought i was cheap. Sweet bundle this time.
 
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I just discovered that my graphics card can't into Jamestown.
 

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Multi-headed Cow said:
No idea if you're joking or not, because that sounds like a plausibly retarded Cliffybism.

Normally throw all my Humble Bundle money at the EFF, but shit.

Here go your charities:

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Multi-headed Cow

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Note, I said EFF, not Child's Play. Child's Play always struck me as a bit dumb as far as charities go. I'd take the Red Cross, corruption and all, over Child's Play.
 

Multi-headed Cow

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Nope, apparently the developers in this Humble Bundle voted for Red Cross instead of EFF. Then blue baby up there said CliffyB talked them into it by saying EFF would steal their videogames, but that's unconfirmed.
 

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