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Humble Indie Bundle 8 includes Hotline Miami, Dear Esther, Proteus and more

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The latest Humble Bundle packs seven impressive indie titles — Hotline Miami, Awesomenauts, Dear Esther, Proteus, Capsized, Thomas Was Alone and Little Inferno — into one pay-what-you want package for Windows, Mac and Linux.

Humble Indie Bundle 8 also includes six soundtracks, featuring the music of each PC game included in the bundle, save for Hotline Miami. Two of the featured games, Hotline Miami and Proteus, are available only to those who pay more than the average purchase price for the package. Currently, the average is hovering around $5.66.

The seven games included in Humble Indie Bundle 8 are cross-platform and DRM-free.

As with previous bundles, Humble Bundle purchasers who spend more than $1 for the games will receive Steam keys for each of the games. And, like previous bundles, purchase amounts can be divvied up amongst the developers, two charities — the Electronic Frontier Foundation and Child's Play — and the Humble Bundle organization itself.

Humble Indie Bundle 8 will be available for purchase for the next two weeks.

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