If the last Humble Bundle left you missing the traditional indie bundles, you’re in luck. Yesterday, the team announced that Humble Bundle 7 is now live and a bunch of indie gems are on offer at a pay-what-you-want price point.
Humble Indie Bundle 7 is slightly different from previous offerings. Whereas usually the bundle offers five games at any price you feel like paying, this time around it’s four games and indie-focused movie — a good one, too.
The four games include Closure from Eyebrow Interactive, The Binding of Isaac (and its “Wrath of the Lamb” DLC) from Edmund McMillen, Shank 2 from Klei Entertainment, and Snapshot from Retro Affect. All games are, of course, DRM-free.
The fifth item, Indie Game: The Movie, follows indie icons Edmund McMillen and Tommy Refenes of Super Meat Boy fame and Fez developer Phil Fish as each developer struggles to get their games ready to release. Jonathan Blow, who made the Xbox Live Arcade hit Braid, also shares his thoughts on indie development.
As is always the case, that’s not all you can get out of Humble Indie Bundle 7. If you pay the minimum price, which is currently sitting at $6.38, you will also receive Legend of Grimrock along with Dungeon Defenders and all of its DLC.
Also as usual, you can choose to divide the money any way you want between the developers, charity (Child’s Play and the Electronic Frontier Foundation), and the Humble Bundle staff itself.
Humble Bundle 7 will come to an end in roughly 13 days, so, if any of the above games interest you, now’s the time to grab them. If you’re still on the fence, perhaps this trailer might convince you.