The Humble Bundle folk proudly stated they'd have another bundle before the end of the year and they have certainly delivered. Humble Bundle 7 is stacked with great games and just like they promised after the THQ Bundle's silly controversy every game has no DRM is multi-platform. Six games and one movie are included, although two of the games require an above-the-average donation.
Here's what's available in the Humble Bundle 7:
- Shank 2 (Mac version still in beta)
- Indie Game: The Movie
- The Binding of Isaac, w/ Wrath of the Lamb DLC
- Legend of Grimrock (beat the average price)
- Dungeon Defenders, all DLC (beat the average price)
As always, you can split the payment between the developers, the Child's Play charity, the Electronic Frontier Foundation, and the Humble Bundle tip. Steam codes require a minimum of $1, but otherwise pay what you'd like. The average donation is currently just above $6, but I'd expect that to head upwards to about $6.50 soon. Also, don't forget the soundtracks that will be included with the bundle.
Personally, I'm a big fan of Dungeon Defenders. I must have lost a week playing the game cooperatively with a few friends just about this time last year and with the addition of all that DLC I might lose another one. Of course, they're all great games, especially at the steal of a price they're being offered at.
Check out and support Humble Bundle 7 at the Humble Bundle website, and as always look forward to some surprise additions to the package later in the bundle's life.