Humble Indie Bundle 11 is a Deal You Shouldn’t Pass Up

The Humble Bundle is once again indie. At least for the next 13 days it is, and it’s well worth a look.

Humble Indie Bundle 11 is now live featuring four noteworthy games that you can nab for as little as $1: The Swapper, Dust: An Elysian Tail, Guacamelee, and Giana Sisters: Twisted Dreams. Pay more than the current average of $4.32, and the Humble folks will throw in Antichamber and Monaco: What’s Yours is Mine.

Six fun DRM-free, cross-platform indies for less than the cost of a sandwich. The Humble Bundles are always a bargain, but this one is flat out ridiculous. If you were to head on over to Steam to purchase these same games, y0u’d pay $15 for The Swapper, $15 for Dust, $15 for Guacamelee, and $15 for Giana Sisters. That’s a grand total of $60 on Steam or as little as $1 via Humble Indie Bundle 11. Throw in $15 for Monaco and $20 for The Swapper, and the cost saving comparison is $95 on Steam or as little as $4.32 on Humble Bundle.

That’s one serious deal, and since it went live yesterday afternoon, more than 204,000 people have pounced on it, contributing more than $885,000. With 13 days remaining, Humble Indie Bundle 11 is well on its way to becoming one of the most successful bundles yet.

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4 Comments on Humble Indie Bundle 11 is a Deal You Shouldn’t Pass Up

AxΣtwin

On February 19, 2014 at 6:44 am

Oh look yet ANOTHER Indie Humble Bundle. This is like the ump-teenth in a row.

pooleboy87

On February 19, 2014 at 9:26 am

What?

The last Humble Bundle was freaking Sid Meier…

AxΣtwin

On February 19, 2014 at 9:47 am

Fair enough, but the one before that was indie based, the one before that was some music thing, the one before that was indie based in addition to the bi-weekly being indie based.

pooleboy87

On February 19, 2014 at 3:08 pm

Clearly that’s something to be snarky about. Damn those indie devs for their cheap games! Why aren’t there more AAA titles? Even thought those don’t appear all that infrequently…