The Humble Bundle has returned this morning for a third time, giving gaming enthusiasts a chance to pick up four games at a price they can set themselves. As is always the case, you get to specify where your money goes when buying these games. You can choose to help fund a charity (Child’s Play or the EFF), give back to the developers of the games, or toss in a tip to the Humble Bundle crew. You can spend a dollar if you’d like, or you can jump up the price to whatever you feel is necessary. If you pay more than the average price, you’ll get access to a 5th game.
The Humble Bundle #3 games are Fieldrunners, Bit.Trip Beat, SpaceChem, Uplink, and Spriits.
Here are the full details:
For two weeks, fans can pay whatever price they want to support the developers and receive the following games for Android, Windows, Mac, and Linux:
- the retro-inspired music rhythm game BIT.TRIP BEAT from Gaijin Games, making its Android and Linux debut
- renowned tower defense title Fieldrunners from Subatomic Studios, making its Linux debut
- the maddeningly addictive puzzle game SpaceChem from Zachtronics Industries
- the cyberpunk hacking puzzle-adventure Uplink from Introversion Software, making its Android debut
If a buyer decides to pay more than the average price at the time of their visit to the site, then they will also receive:
- Spirits from Spaces of Play, a darling puzzle platformer making its Windows, Android, and Linux debut
Purchasing a bundle for $1.00 or more will also unlock a Steam key for all the games. Additionally, all the games are made available on the Ubuntu Software Center.