Another popular merchant decides to begin accepting Bitcoins.
THQ and the Humble Bundle add the sci-fi strategy game to the pay-want-you-want package.
Jason Rubin gave a boost to charity through his company’s Humble THQ Bundle.
THQ humbles itself with a new pay-what-you-want bundle.
The pay-what-you-want bundle is back with five games new to the Android platform.
Torchlight, Vessel, Rochard, S.P.A.Z., Shatter, and Dustforce are all a part of the latest Humble Bundle.
In a blog post Wednesday, Mojang noted that they’ll be creating a new game in 60 hours starting Friday, Feb. 17, with the proceeds going to charity. Even more interesting, the development will be streamed live through the Humble Indie Bundle website for all to see. They’re asking for donations, which will benefit a charitable cause as well as net all donators a copy of the game Mojang ends up producing.
The Humble Indie Bundle, a flash-sale for independently-developed video games run by Y Combinator backed Humble Bundle, has racked up more than $1 million in sales in less than a week.
Y Combinator-backed Humble Bundle, which bundles together independently-developed games into a single sale that runs for less than a month, has launched its third bundle of games for sale and already made $286,188 in revenue — and it increases about every second.