PWYW: Humble Indie Bundle 6 (Rochard, Shatter, S.P.A.Z., Torchlight and Vessel plus Dustforce if you beat the average) just released today - HotUKDeals
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Rochard, Shatter, S.P.A.Z., Torchlight and Vessel for Linux, MacOS X and Windows, and pay what you like. Pay more than the average, and get Dustforce too!

EDIT: Now includes Wizorb, BIT.TRIP RUNNER, Gratuitous Space Battles, and Jamestown for anyone who's paid or pays more than the average.
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Harryisme
I think the number of these Indie deals might be over saturating the market. It was a good thing when it started but it seems that almsot every week there is another organisation releasing another indie Bundle, it's all very confusing.

Heat for posting though, the Humble Bundle is one of the few I usually look forward to.

Humble Bundle is still the original and, IMHO, best, though. They also have a couple of USPs; the charitable donation aspect with customizable sharing, and MacOS X and Linux versions for all games.

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2 Likes #1
I think the number of these Indie deals might be over saturating the market. It was a good thing when it started but it seems that almsot every week there is another organisation releasing another indie Bundle, it's all very confusing.

Heat for posting though, the Humble Bundle is one of the few I usually look forward to.
1 Like #2
OP Might want to change this to the gaming category
5 Likes #3
Harryisme
I think the number of these Indie deals might be over saturating the market. It was a good thing when it started but it seems that almsot every week there is another organisation releasing another indie Bundle, it's all very confusing.

Heat for posting though, the Humble Bundle is one of the few I usually look forward to.

Humble Bundle is still the original and, IMHO, best, though. They also have a couple of USPs; the charitable donation aspect with customizable sharing, and MacOS X and Linux versions for all games.
#4
Fantastic deal and a chance to support charities and indie developers.
#5
Thanks, bought. Didn't pay much (only enough to get the Steam keys) but I was only interested in Torchlight anyway.
It may sound cheap, but I feel that it's the right price for a game (or a set of games if you wish) that I wouldn't have bought anyway.
1 Like #6
I'm not fussed about how many bundles there are. As long as the games are good (even if only one or two per bundle), and the prices are low, I'm in.
4 Likes #7
Humble indie bundle is the best of them all, they always have a good choice of games unlike the others. Thanks OP
1 Like #8
Please ignore the troll/s that boast they got this for 1p.

They are coming...
1 Like #9
I bought Vessel and Capsized in the summer sale and thought 'ugh, why did I buy Capsized? It's bound to be in a Humble Bundle!' Well I was wrong, but the other bloody game is in it instead xD

OP, if you put the names of the games in the title of the deal it might get noticed more, Dustforce and Torchlight are relatively expensive on Steam and Rochard is a decently recognisable title too. They're all great games.

Edited By: montblanc on Sep 18, 2012 19:11
#10
hero2zer0
Please ignore the troll/s that boast they got this for 1p.

They are coming...

I got this twice for 1p. And it was **** both times.
1 Like #11
hero2zer0
Please ignore the troll/s that boast they got this for 1p.

They are coming...

I got this for 1p! :-p
#12
I bought Rochard on Steam a couple of days ago... and I have all the other games... except for Vessel :) Hot!
#13
Fantastic. Was actually thinking of buying Torchlight when it inevitably gets reduced over the next few days (Torchlight II is imminent) so more than happy to put a couple of quid down for this bundle. Thanks OP.
#14
Nice!
3 Likes #15
The people who buy it for 1p are scumbags, enough said.
2 Likes #16
The people who buy it for 1p are idiots when a piddling 64p gets you steam codes, well worth it for the convenience.

I'm gonna beat the average myself though 8)
#17
Bought, beating the average. Thanks op :)
2 Likes #18
I got the last 2 humble bundles, and still haven't played any of the games yet.
3 Likes #19
Do yourself a favour and get on board the Humble Bundle. There's great value even at $15-20. Think about some of the junk on sale at 1200 ms points ($15).

Metacritic scores:
81% http://www.metacritic.com/game/pc/vessel
84% http://www.metacritic.com/game/pc/shatter
74% http://www.metacritic.com/game/pc/space-pirates-and-zombies
81% http://www.metacritic.com/game/pc/rochard
79% http://www.metacritic.com/game/pc/dustforce
83% http://www.metacritic.com/game/pc/torchlight
1 Like #20
jukkie
I got the last 2 humble bundles, and still haven't played any of the games yet.

I think I got all the bundles and I don't remember finishing any of the games XD
#21
Love the humble bundle, managed to get in before the official email was out, thanks a lot Op! This deal is going to get hot!
#22
Do this games support android? Can I play them on my tablet?
#23
VoVaN37
Do this games support android? Can I play them on my tablet?
They have a couple of Android Humble Bundle deals in the past which have been brilliant, unfortunately nothing in this deal is compatible for mobile.
#24
Does anyone know what the minimum is to get steam keys in dollars? Thanks in advance!
banned#25
mattjones16
Does anyone know what the minimum is to get steam keys in dollars? Thanks in advance!

the question should be does anyone know if you can read the info on the humble bundle website? it tells you there, and in case you missed it its $1.
#26
Sweet, and for charidy!
#27
some serious value in there
SERIOUS

Heat for Humble
#28
Bundle is worth it for Torchlight alone! Fantastic game and always great to give for a good cause :)
#29
Hot hot! Humble does it again <3
1 Like #30
Possibly the best Humble Bundle yet?
#31
Shatter was a daily deal on Steam a couple of days ago. While I was buying it I was thinking to myself that it looked like a prime candidate for a Humble Bundle, but convinced myself that it was unlikely to happen for a while yet... wrong!

So, I have S.P.A.Z. and Shatter but it seems worth it for the rest anyway. The last couple of bundles have been really good (after a couple of rather poor ones I thought, though it may have been because I had most of them already).
#32
Boring looking games imo, watched gameplay of them all on youtube. Bought the last one but these don't appeal to me.

Edited By: FoSho on Sep 18, 2012 22:36
#33
I beat the average and got some quality gaming which should work on my Core i3 craptop.
banned#34
I bought Shatter the other day lol.

Would have bought Rochard too but My card was out of funds at the time.

Amazing deal for Torchlight and Rochard.

Had the other 3 titles.
#35
Great deal. I always go for these bundles - this one is no exception. Have some heat.
2 Likes #36
Torchlight alones worth £15. So always great value.
1 Like #37
softpurple
Possibly the best Humble Bundle yet?
i think bundle V was the best one
banned#38
Now this is an indie bundle, the others have been terrible lately, well done humble :D
#39
dunno about the rest (though all seem favourably reviewed) but 'space pirates and zombies' and torchlight are both easily worth the average price alone - let alone those 2 and more for as little as £1 (steam keys at £1).

not to be confused with the many other (often good value) bundles that have some chaff, these games all seem excellent, and frequently they give bonus games (or even entire past bundles) for peeps that paid over average. strongly recommend peeps pay over average as it's still great value and you can choose where the money goes - devs or charities.

personally i already own SPAZ and torchlight (paid £5ish each and don't regret it) but will probably punt down the average (currently ~£4ish) for the rest and any extras - pretty sure i remember this bundle giving steam codes per game (plus most games can be downloaded DRM-free) so any surplus can be sent to mates to activate/play.

good causes, brilliant prices and top games plus plenty of incentives to pay over average, kinda a no brainer.
#40
DonLeo17
softpurple
Possibly the best Humble Bundle yet?
i think bundle V was the best one

Agreed, missed it though. =/

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