|The Humble Indie Bundle #4|
|Available||Dec 13, 2011|
|Platforms||Windows Mac Linux|
The Humble Indie Bundle #4 was the eighth bundle from Humble Bundle. Beat the average bonuses were available from the beginning. One of the usual charities, EFF, was replaced by American Red Cross for this bundle. Due to abuse from Steam users buying the bundle for one cent during Great Gift Pile event to activate dummy accounts and claim extra prizes, a one dollar minimum for getting Steam keys was introduced while this bundle was on sale.
Pricing[edit | edit source]
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, American Red Cross and Child's Play. Gratuitous Space Battles, Cave Story+, and The Humble Indie Bundle #3 were included as a bonus for those who beat the average. During the sale the minimum price for getting Steam keys went up to one dollar, but it was still possible to buy the bundle for as little as one cent and still get the DRM-free downloads.
Games[edit | edit source]
The bundle contains Jamestown, Bit.Trip Runner, Super Meat Boy, Shank, and NightSky for any price. Beating the average price added Gratuitous Space Battles, Cave Story+, and The Humble Indie Bundle #3.
Steam[edit | edit source]
Purchasing this bundle for at least one dollar included a single Steam key that would activate Jamestown, Bit.Trip Runner, Super Meat Boy, Shank, and NightSky on the purchaser’s account. Paying more that the average added two more Steam keys: one for Gratuitous Space Battles and Cave Story+, and a third for The Humble Indie Bundle #3.
Desura[edit | edit source]
This bundle did not include any Desura keys.
Windows[edit | edit source]
All seven games in this bundle can be downloaded DRM-free for Windows.
Mac[edit | edit source]
All seven games in this bundle can be downloaded DRM-free for Mac.
Linux[edit | edit source]
All seven games in this bundle can be downloaded DRM-free for Linux.