|The Humble Indie Bundle|
|Available||May 4, 2010 — May 11, 2010|
|Platforms||Windows Mac Linux|
The Humble Indie Bundle was the first bundle from Humble Bundle. This also made it the first pay-what-you-want indie game bundle. It was seen as an experiment, and has since been regarded as successful.
Purchasers could set their price from one cent up to as high as desired. The price could be divided any way between game developers and two charities, EFF and Child's Play. There were no bonuses related to how much a purchaser chose to pay or how many bundles were sold.
Purchasing this bundle at any price included a single Steam key that would activate all six games on the purchaser’s account.
All six games in this bundle can be downloaded DRM-free for Windows.
All six games in this bundle can be downloaded DRM-free for Mac.
All six games in this bundle can be downloaded DRM-free for Linux.