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Humble Store's DRM-Freedom sale offers daily deals for two weeks, starting today

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The Humble Store's latest promotion, the DRM-Freedom Sale, will offer discounts of up to 85 percent off of DRM-free games such as Free Lives' Broforce and Amanita Design's Machinarium, the retailer announced today.

Each deal in the sale will run for 24 hours; new offers will be rotated in on a daily basis. Some of the games will include Steam access along with a DRM-free copy on Linux, Mac or Windows, where available. Here are today's discounts:

The DRM-Freedom sale begins now, at 1 p.m. ET on July 3, and will run until 1 p.m. ET on July 16, for 13 different sets of daily deals. As always, 10 percent of purchases will go to charitable organizations; since the Humble Store's launch in November 2013, customers have contributed more than $1 million to charity.