May 5, 2010 | By Aaron Jue

The Humble Indie Bundle: Pay-What-You-Want for Games and Help EFF!

Wolfire Games is running an innovative pay-what-you-want promotion for five great indie video games with some proceeds benefiting EFF! Normally the five games would be valued at $80, but from now until Tuesday, 5/11, you can pay what you want for the entire game bundle including:

  • World of Goo
  • Aquaria
  • Gish
  • Lugaru HD
  • Penumbra Overture

The games are DRM-free and work with Mac, Windows, and Linux. The coolest part is that you can choose how to divvy up your payment between the game developers, Child's Play charity for kids, and the Electronic Frontier Foundation! Have fun, feel good, and don't forget drop some change in the EFF bucket. But wait! There's more! EFF will offer a complimentary Pioneer Membership with our top-shelf swag to the first 30 people to donate $100 or more (divided in any manner you choose) for the bundle! Check out the Humble Indie Bundle site for all the details (in both print and convenient video rap form).

We at EFF would like to offer our heartfelt thanks to Wolfire for including us, and cheers to all of the developers for their generosity and creativity. Now go get your bundle!


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