The latest Humble Weekly Sale celebrates the fifth anniversary of indie developer Cipher Prime. Pay what you want for Splice, Fractal: Make Blooms Not War and Pulse, or cough up more than $6 to receive Cipher Prime’s most famous title Auditorium and brand new release Intake. The five games are available on a variety of platforms – Android, Linux, Mac and PC – with a mix of DRM-free and Steam key options available. As ever, you choose how the money is split between developer, organisers and charities – the Electronic Frontier Foundation and Child’s Play.
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