New Humble Indie Bundle announced

Strategy gem Frozen Synapse has top billing.

A new Humble Indie Bundle has gone live, with acclaimed strategy effort Frozen Synapse taking centre stage.

The set-up is a little different this time round. Rather than paying what you want for a selection of games, this time you'll just be bidding on Frozen Synapse.

Should you decide to pay above the average donation - which is currently sitting at a mere $4.39 - you'll also get a number of titles from Finnish developer Frozenbyte: Trine, Shadowgrounds, Shadowgrounds: Survivor, Splot, and Jack Claw.

Splot is a work in progress which will unlock when it's complete, while Jack Claw is an incomplete game that's since been canceled so you'll only get a taster of that.

As usual, you can decide exactly how you want to split your payment between the developers, the Humble Indie Bundle organisers, the Electronic Frontier Foundation and the Child's Play Charity.

Read Eurogamer's Frozen Synapse review, then get your cash out.

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