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Ambarish Ganesh
Ambarish Ganesh • Jul 29, 2011

"Humble Bundle" Has a Proud Parcel : 500$ Trade In 17 Hours!

The third 'Humble Indie Bundle' has incurred over 105,000 purchases in barely under 17 hours on sale, with a greater part of the $500,000 paid out in total for the five included indie games. The performance is a distinct improvement from the group's just previous bundle of Frozenbyte games, which consumed three days to bring in $576,000 off from the 112,000 bundle trades in April. 

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Humble Indie Bundle 3! Image: Dualshockers

Purchasers have expended an average amount of $4.74 each on the new bundle, since this writing, with Linux users heading the pack with an average buying price of $10.94. Mac users are, at an average, contribuing about $6.31 in payments while Windows users constitute the majority of total payments despite a $3.82 average purchase price.

This is the fourth bundle put up by the group to packet a group of indie games together for a price set by the buyer, but only the third with the Humble Indie Bundle cognomen. Popular indie titles Crayon Physics Deluxe, Cogs, VVVVVV, And Yet It Moves and Hammerfight are admitted this time around. The bundle is all set to run for another 13 days, and previous bundles have witnessed extra games and features added to the queue once total sales achieved $1 million. The first three bundles have pulled in at least a minimum $2.7 million in trades as of April.

According to Gamasutra, this is the first bundle to be proposed by the group from the time it disclosed $4.7 million in venture capital funding in April.

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