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Humble Indie Bundle 7 expanded with more games!

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The Humble Indie Bundle 7 has added some more games to keep you going!

The new games:
      The basement collection
      Cave Story+
      Offspring Fling

Making this bundle even bigger and better! Reaching nearly $2M in sales this is a pretty successful bundle by any measure! Article taken from GamingOnLinux.com.
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Kristian 27 Dec, 2012
Well it has still not reached 50% of the THQ bundle. I am afraid that the VC/corporate guys backing Humble Bundle Inc while blame Linux and DRM free for any drop in revenue/donations compared to the THQ bundle.
Liam Dawe 27 Dec, 2012
The THQ will probably always be the biggest just for the fact it was all AAA games people could get for cheap. I doubt anyone would suddenly blame Linux if this bundle isn't close to the THQ one since this is an indie bundle it should be measured against the other HIB's not the THQ one.
Hamish 27 Dec, 2012
Great, more Edumnd McMillan flash games...
Kristian 27 Dec, 2012
Quoting: "liamdawe, post: 7342, member: 1"The THQ will probably always be the biggest just for the fact it was all AAA games people could get for cheap. I doubt anyone would suddenly blame Linux if this bundle isn't close to the THQ one since this is an indie bundle it should be measured against the other HIB's not the THQ one.


Well what they could say is that this didn't sell as well as the THQ bundle because it didn't have all those AAA games and the reason it didn't have those AAA games is due to Linux and DRM free, so for future bundles lets drop that whole Linux and DRM free thing so we can have AAA games and replicate the success of the THQ bundle!
left 27 Dec, 2012
The THQ bundle actually made slightly less than HIB 5.
toor 27 Dec, 2012
Quoting: "left, post: 7345"The THQ bundle actually made slightly less than HIB 5.

True, and they were not AAA games though, nor windows only games.
Anon 28 Dec, 2012
Quoting: "toor, post: 7346"True, and they were not AAA games though, nor windows only games.


And the bundle also had a much higher average. That's an important point - $5.76 v. $8.53, definitely a difference.
Bumadar 29 Dec, 2012
question: on your HiB homepage (so where all you games are listed) does Shank 2 show up for you guys under linux ? it shows up for me under windows but not under linux
Kristian 29 Dec, 2012
Shank 2 doesn't show up under Linux where all the games from all the different HIB's are listed but it does show up under Linux when I select Humble Indie Bundle 7.
Bumadar 29 Dec, 2012
same , thanks for verifying
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