The official blog of the Saved Content site

The aim of this blog is to collect and archive my selected thoughts, ideas, feelings, reactions, and opinions on subject matters that pique my interest. These entries represent initial drafts that may contain grammatical and spelling errors and whose substance and position could still change, and which, at some point, I could decide to put together into in-depth articles that will be posted on the main Saved Content and Poverty Sucks sites.

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Humble FrozenByte Bundle

The Humble FrozenByte Bundle offer is winding down.  The Humble Bundle is a pay-what-you-want sale of several games for a limited-time, with part of the proceeds going to charity.  This is the 3rd Humble Bundle. 

The 1st Humble Indie Bundle, offered in May of 2010, included games from 6 independent game developers and brought in $1.2 million.  I paid $7.60 for the 6 games.  The 2nd Humble Indie Bundle was in December of 2010, had games from 5 independent game developers and generated $1.8 million.  I paid $8.88 for the 5 games.

The 3rd bundle, will eventually have 5 games from just one independent game developer, FrozenByte.  Right now, only three full games are available, with another one to be released in the near future, and the other one, an incomplete game that will be completed with the help of volunteers.

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