Linux Is Free, But Mac And Windows Users Are Tight Arses

Ahh, the Humble Indie Bundle. It works like this: you name your own price on the game pack (said to be worth $50), then choose how your cash is split between the developers and a charity like the Electronic Frontier Foundation. Well, as you can see, there may not be as many Linux nerds as Windows or Mac users, but they’re far more giving.

The pack includes Crayon Physics Deluxe, Cogs, VVVVVV, Hammerfight, and And Yet It Moves – and the games work across all three operating systems. This time around, the pack has earned over $600,000 in less than 24 hours. Check it out at: [Humble Indie Bundle via Kotaku]

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