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The Humble Indie Bundle #3 Roundup   
Wednesday, July 27 2011 @ 04:49 PM EDT
Contributed by: sde

Pay-what-you want is a pricing system where buyers decide how much to pay for a commodity. One of the most notable examples of this pricing system being used was when Radiohead allowed fans to choose what price they paid for their album In Rainbows.

Humble Indie Bundle 3 is the fourth Humble Bundle. Launched on July 26, the bundle includes the following games: Crayon Physics Deluxe (Kloonigames), Cogs (Lazy 8 Studios), VVVVVV (Terry Cavanagh), Hammerfight (Kranx Productions), and And Yet It Moves (Broken Rules). These games were originally released in 2009 with the exception of VVVVVV which was released last year, and originally they cost together about $50. The Indie Bundle lets you decide what to pay, even as little as a single cent. The size of the downloads range from 25MB to 103MB with all the games having fairly modest hardware requirements. Puzzle games are well represented in this bundle though most tastes are catered for.

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