Gratuitous Space Battles headlines Humble Weekly Sale

By Brenna Hillier, Thursday, 25 July 2013 22:49 GMT

The latest Humble Weekly Sale is a collection of titles from Positech Games.

Pay what you want for Gratuitous Space Battles, Gratuitous Tank Battles, and Kudos 2 DRM-free for Windows and Mac, with Gratuitous Space Battles also available DRM-free for Linux.

If you cough up more than average, you’ll score Democracy 2, and purchases over $1 are eligible for Steam keys where available.

As ever proceeds are split at the buyer’s discretion between developer, charities and organisers; the scheme has so far raised over $13.9 million for charity.

You have one week to take advantage.

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