Humble Bundle X Features Joe Danger 2 and To the Moon

Humble Bundle X features six awesome indie games for you to purchase, just name your price.

Humble Bundle has always been known for offering quality games at a low cost, with proceeds going towards charity. This Limited Edition Bundle features some indie favorites, as well as their amazing soundtracks. 

Like any other Humble Bundle, purchasers can name their price and how they would like the money dispensed (either to charities, the game designers, or Humble Bundle itself). If you pay over the average, which at press time is about $7, you can also get a few other games and any other games that are added to the bundle later. 

The games (and soundtracks) included in this Humble Bundle are: 

  • To the Moon
  • Joe Danger 2: The Movie
  • Papo & Yo
  • Runner 2 

If you spend more than the average, you can also pick up Reus and Surgeon Simulator 2013. There's a good mix of story-heavy games, quirky runners and QWOP-like simulators to be had in this bundle, and all of them are highly regarded games.

Humble Bundle will be adding more games over the next two weeks that the sale runs, so keep an eye out for additional features. 

If none of that is striking your fancy, Amanita Designs is participating in a concurrent Humble Weekly Sale along with some other unique indie developers. That bundle is currently going for about the same cost, and includes fan favorites like MachinariumBotanicula, and Shelter

You can check out all these games, as well as the Humble Store at the Humble Bundle Website.

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Published Jan. 7th 2014
  • Ste Grainer
    Featured Correspondent
    Even more exciting for us (few) non-Windows gamers is the news that To the Moon, Papo & Yo, and Reus are being ported to Mac and Linux. I've been wanting to play To the Moon in particular for a very long time.
  • Amanda Wallace
    Former Staff Editor
    I love that Humble Bundle offers their games cross-platform (lately they've been good about offering it for Mac, Linux, and PC) as well as DRM free. It's a great service, and I've used it several times to pick up games.

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