Pay what you want for
Psychonauts, LIMBO, Amnesia: The Dark Descent, and Superbrothers: Sword
& Sworcery EP. If you choose to pay more than the average price, you
will also receive Bastion. Each game comes with its soundtrack in both
lossless (FLAC) and MP3 formats.
Each of these DRM-free games works on Mac, Windows, and Linux,
and can optionally be redeemed on Steam if you choose more than $1.
Bundle buyers can also benefit the Child's Play Charity and the
Electronic Frontier Foundation, non-profits doing excellent work in the
name of gamers worldwide.
Comment: The games are nice, but the real cross platform
aspect of the Bundle is in danger as LIMBO hasn't been ported but simply
packaged with WINE. The organizers of the Bundle try to hide this
behind mumbo-jumbo, but you should be aware.
I didn't buy the bundle for
LIMBO, it actually looked like the least entertaining of the bunch, but
after watching the video on the bundle and the guy pretends to not know
how to say Linux I think they saw this coming. I wouldn't be surprised
if they drop Linux, even though Linux users donate the most on average
the total gathered from Linux is smaller and smaller every time. I've
bought all but one bundle and played all games on Linux so it will suck
if they drop it.
CodeWeavers (the commercial backers of Wine) did the port:
According to the interview there was a difficulty with the audio layer that didn't have a Linux equivalent.
I would find it likely that they
would drop Linux...as I suspect Linux paying so much for the games
drags OSX and Windows users up. Although with the bundles pulling in so
much money...and growing with each bundle Linux users add significant