Humble Bundle Introduces The Humble Store
The popular digital indie game service Humble Bundle has launched an online storefront dubbed The Humble Store. The new service offers daily discounts on video games for Windows PC, Mac, Linux, Android and iOS. Continuing Humble’s tradition of being charitable, 10 percent of all proceeds are given to foundations such as The American Red Cross, World Land Trust, Child’s Play and Electronic Frontier Foundation.
At the time of this writing, The Humble Store has dropped the prices on some of the most recent, well-received indie games, like Don’t Starve, The Swapper, Rogue Legacy and Gunpoint. The sales are going to change every day, so it’s probably best to snatch up some of the bargains as quickly as possible.
There will still be weekly and other Humble Bundle collections, like the one currently running that contains choice titles from Warner Bros., including Batman: Arkham Asylum and Batman: Arkham City – a great deal for those that want to catch up with the Arkham games before diving into Arkham Origins.
Personally, I’m surprised this didn’t happen sooner. I’ve noticed that Humble Bundle has been cranking out packages more often, even some containing mainstream, AAA games. They have come a long way since their debut in 2010. Cheers to them.