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Humble Indy Bundle V receives $4 million in one week

The fifth incarnation of the Humble Indy Bundle, a pay-what-you-want collection of games, has received $4 million dollars in contributions during its first week. That money will be split between the developers, Child’s Play (a charity that sends video games to children in hospitals), and the Electronic Frontier Foundation (a non-profit group of lawyers, policy analysts, activists, and technologists who fight for gaming rights).

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WagFanger2014d ago

This one's a good bundle. Not surprising it's made so much! Good on the devs for putting their games up for such a good cause.

RIPSKATEDESTROY2014d ago

im just glad more people get to enjoy psychonauts

beerkeg2014d ago

I bought it for a dollar. That might sound tight fisted but there was only one game I didn't have - Sword & Sworcery EP. So I still think I contributed, in some small way.

HammadTheBeast2014d ago

It takes all kinds to make the world run. You put in what you had.

SeekDev2014d ago

I'm gonna be brutally honest with you all. This bundle was so awesome, that to acquire it I gave my mom a foot massage. There, I said it.