Humble Indie Bundle gets competition, Little Big Bunch Indie Bundle

Thursday, 15th December 2011 18:40 GMT By Andrew Groen

The Humble Indie Bundle is well known in PC gaming circles. The organization gathers together high-profile indie titles to offer pay-what-you-want, DRM-free game downloads that also benefit charity.

Now PC gamers will have even more options when it comes to great gaming bundles. The Little Big Bunch Indie Bundle just launched featuring the same pay-what-you-want pricing, charity benefits and all. The only difference is the game list, which is just as spectacular here as it was in the HIB.

Jump on over to the website to get your hands on Explodemon, Frozen Synapse, NS Soccer 5, Munch’s Odyssey, and Serious Sam Double D. Via Blue’s News.



  1. Quasar

    only ssdd is for steam, so meh

    #1 3 years ago
  2. Evershade

    Yep, only one steam game makes this barely competition. Indie Royale is more competition than this.

    #2 3 years ago
  3. jacobvandy

    Sorry, I know some people might enjoy those games, but that is in no way “just as spectacular” as the HIB’s offerings. Especially their newest one. Munch’s Odyssee is like 10 years old, FFS.

    Also, you forgot to link the website…

    #3 3 years ago
  4. DSB

    I’m quietly hoping that something will happen to curb the bundles a little bit. There’s only so many indie games being put out and with everybody offering at least 4 at a time, I don’t think it’s sustainable at this point.

    I love the business model and the idea, but I think it might hurt some developers in the long term.

    #4 3 years ago
  5. Mike

    A direct link would be nice. :)

    #5 3 years ago
  6. Mike

    …and whatever, it’s for charity, just buy it, innit.

    #6 3 years ago

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