The third Humble Indie Bundle is available now, offering five cracking titles for PC and Mac: Crayon Physics Deluxe, Cogs, VVVVVV, Hammerfight, and And Yet It Moves.

The pack is worth around £30 in total but, as is standard HIB practice, you decide how much you pay. Your donation gets you DRM-free downloads that you can install on as many machines as you desire. All five games are Linux, Mac OS X and Windows compatible.

According to the official site, the average purchase currently comes in at a rather pitiful $4.38, though Minecraft man Notch is doing his bit, handing over $2000, while Braid creator Jonathon Blow has stumped up $2718.28.

Your money will be split between the developers, the Humble Bundle organisers and two charities: the Electronic Frontier Foundation and the Child's Play Charity. You get to decide who gets what proportion of your donation.

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