Humble Indie Bundle 7 Sells 395,000 Bundles; Raises More Than $2.6 Million

And trends show that Linux users are once again the most giving.

Posted By | On 03rd, Jan. 2013 Under News


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The latest in the line of indie game bundles, the Humble Indie Bundle 7, has officially closed and the tally stands at more than than $2.6 million for the developers and Child’s Play charity. During purchase, gamers can choose how to disperse their money, whether to pay off the developers or the charity (or a mix of both).

The games for the Humble Indie Bundle 7 consisted of Shank 2, Snapshot, Closure and EFF. Those that beat the average received additional games and content like Dungeon Defenders, Legend of Grimrock, Offspring Fling, Cave Story+, The Basement Collection and even the documentary, Indie Game: The Movie.

This total comes from more than 395,000 bundles sold at an average price of $6.69. The breakdown per user cost is interesting: Linux users paid an average of $10.48 for each bundle; Mac users paid an average of $7.94; and Windows users paid $6.23 per bundle. This is in keeping with the trend of Linux users being the most generous when it comes to the Humble Bundles.

Source: GIBiz


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