Toki Tori headlines latest Humble Weekly Sale

By Brenna Hillier, Friday, 5 July 2013 01:33 GMT

This week’s Humble Weekly Sale includes some slightly confusing bonus content, so let’s go through the break rather than test my sentence-squashing powers.

Hailing from developer Two Tribes, the latest bundle includes a copy of Toki Tori and Edge as standard, plus a copy of Rush and its soundtrack for those who beat the average price with their pay-what-you-want donation.

This is where it gets tricky: for every one of these games you redeem on Steam you’ll score a coupon for 10% off Toki Tori 2+, to be delivered in July 11.

If you beat the average price, you’ll get a further two coupons, as well as some bonus concept art and poster.

If you’re not keen on Steam – after all, a lack of DRM was on of the Humble Bundle’s original selling points – you can activate all games independently.

All the games are compatible with Linux, Mac and PC and Edge and Toki Tori are also available on Android.

The deal is available for one week only. As ever, proceeds are split at the purchaser’s discretion between charities, the independent developer and oragnisers. To date, the Humble Bundle scheme has raised over $13.7 million for Child’s Play and the EFF.

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