|The Humble Double Fine Bundle|
|Available||May 7, 2013 — May 21, 2013|
|Platforms||Windows Mac Linux|
Purchasers could set their price from one cent up to as high as desired. The price could be divided any way between game developers, the bundle itself, and two charities, EFF and Child's Play. Paying one dollar or more added a single Steam key to activate the first 3 games. Beating the average added one more game with its own Steam key, and paying at least $35 granted future access to an in-progress game. Paying at least $70 also added a T-shirt. This bundle was also the first to allow people to purchase using Bitcoin.
The bundle contains Costume Quest, Psychonauts, and Stacking for any price. Beating the average price added Brütal Legend. Paying at least $35 added slacker backer status for Broken Age, which granted access to backer forums and eventual access to the game. The prototypes from The Amnesia Fortnight were added for those who beat the average or bought in the first week.
Purchasing this bundle for at least one dollar included a single Steam key that activates Costume Quest, Psychonauts, and Stacking on the purchaser’s account. Paying more that the average added one more Steam key for Brütal Legend. Broken Age is currently not available, but a Steam key will likely be added for users who paid at least $35 once it is on Steam. The eight prototypes from The Amnesia Fortnight were included as one key for Brazen and another key for the other seven.
This bundle did not include any Desura keys.
All games in this bundle except Broken Age can be downloaded DRM-free for Windows.