April 12, 2011 | By Kellie Brownell

Humble Frozenbyte Bundle: Don’t be left out in the cold

For the next 14 days, you can get the newly-released Humble Frozenbyte Bundle! Like the first two bundles, you pay what you want to download five independent, DRM-free, cross-platform computer games, and choose to divide your money between the game developers, Child’s Play, and EFF. The Frozenbyte Bundle includes Trine, Shadowgrounds Survivor, the unpublished game Splot, and gaming prototype Jack Claw, in which you get to rampage through a city, throw cars, and generally cause mayhem.

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Last year, the Humble Bundle’s innovative business model and their customers raised $500,000 for EFF. They proved yet again that consumers, given the right opportunities, will support content they want—without having to be sued, surveilled, or censored into compliance. EFF continues to protect freedom and innovation in the gaming world, whether we are arguing for the right of gamers to speak anonymously, defending video games from unconstitutional censorship, or protecting your right to resell, modify, or copy the games you have purchased. To find out more about our work related to video games, visit our latest issue page.

Get your bundle today to support indie gaming and two important nonprofits!


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