Update: Four new games have been added to the Humble Bundle 6! Bit.Trip Runner, Gratuitous Space Battles, Jamestown and Wizorb are now part of the package if you beat the average, or if you've already bought the bundle. Each game is fully compatible with PC, Mac and Linux and have made their soundtracks available too. The Humble Bundle 6 ends in one week and the average is currently sitting at $5.86, so there's not better time to buy than now. Check out the Humble Bundle website for more details.
Did the summer video game slump just end or what? The Humble Indie Bundle 6 has just gone live and it's as good as ever, packaging up six epic games that will make everyone say, "Why did I ever spend $60 on a game ever before in my life?" We've got action role-playing game Torchlight (Torchlight II releases on Thursday), action-platformer Rochard, puzzle-platformer Vessel, Breakout style paddle game Shatter, top-down space combat game Space Pirates and Zombies, and if you beat the average the indie hit Dustforce is also included. The summer drought is officially over.
As always, pay whatever you want to acquire five of the games, but you'll have to beat the average (currently rushing past $5) to get Dustforce too. And of course, you can split your payment in-between the developers, charity and a Humble Bundle tip. Each title is supported on PC, Mac and Linux... err, well Vessel still needs like 24-72 hours to wrap up their porting code. Plus, each of their soundtracks is included as well!
If you're interested, head on over to the Humble Bundle website and check out what they're selling yourself. Or, we've got the official Humble Bundle trailer below, too. Oh, and if previous Humble Bundles are good examples, expect some extra goodies to be added sometime between now and 14 days from now when the Humble Bundle 6 expires.
Humble Indie Bundle 6 - Youtube