The Humble Indie Bundle 7 has been available for a week now, so that must mean it’s time for new games. Sure enough, a trio of indie gems has joined the already stellar Humble Bundle, bringing the total number of games on offer up to nine. The offer doesn’t just stop at games though, as Indie Game: The Movie and nine different soundtracks are also included in the bundle.
To get all of that loot, however, you’ll need to pay more than the average. Since the average currently sits at $6.45, we imagine that won’t be too difficult for most gamers. That’s especially true when you see the games that were just added to the bundle: The Basement Collection by Binding of Isaac developer Edmund McMillen, Offspring Fling, and Cave Story+. Cave Story+ has been featured in Humble Indie Bundles of the past, so veterans should be quite familiar with this game by now.
The Basement Collection is actually a bundle itself, bringing together a number of indie games made by Edmund McMillen. When you remember that Dungeon Defenders and Legend of Grimrock are both also beat-the-average bonuses, then you have every reason to shell out a little more cash. How can you possibly resist when so much great indie gaming is unlocked when you pay more than average?
Unlike the last Humble Bundle we saw, all of the games in this bundle are compatible with Windows, Mac, and Linux. With six days left to go, the amount the Humble Indie Bundle 7 has raised is closing in on $2 million, so it’s possible it could break $4 million by the time everything is said and done. Regardless of what happens in these remaining six days, we doubt it’ll manage to top the Humble THQ Bundle, which pulled in more than $5 million by the end of its run.