The Humble Indie Bundle began in May of 2010 and featured some of the best indie games offered up as a way to raise money for Childs Play and Digital Frontier Foundation. The Humble Frozen Synapse Bundle was recently announced and has already sold over 20,000 bundles for charity.
The Humble Frozen Synapse Bundle is a bit different, as it only has one game as its main offer, where the other bundles usually contained 5 or more games in exchange for your donation. The new bundle offers up the Humble FrozenByte Bundle as an extra incentive for meeting or beating the current donation average. For a few extra dollars you’re able to get a copy of Trine, Shadowgrounds, Shadowgrounds: Survivor, Splot, and some downloadable content for Prototype. Just like the other bundles, it is up to you to choose how much you donate and how the division between HumbleBundle.com, the charities, and the developers. In just two years, the Humble Indie Bundle has raised over $2,000,000 dollars for charity, and has been a great success for both the charities and developers. Please head on over to HumbleBundle to help show your support for these charities, and don’t forget to check in with Platform Nation over the next month as we’ll be participating in Extra Life, yet another charity started by gamers to help those in need.