There’s no better deal in PC gaming than the pay-what-you-want Humble Indie Bundle. You can set any price, even down to one penny, and get five great indie games. A portion of the proceeds even go to charity. We’ve featured many of these games before on Fringe Busters
Crayon Physics Deluxe — This physics puzzle game has you drawing objects out of crayon to move a ball to a goal. It’s one of the simplest and probably one of my favorite physics puzzle games of the past year.
Cogs — Billed as a “steampunk puzzle” game where you slide around tiles on a square surface, but these tiles contain pipes, gears and other steampunk gadgetry that you use to construct a complex flying machine, balloon inflater or music box. Later, multiple square surfaces join up in a cube for full 3D puzzling.
VVVVVV — Terry Cavanaugh’s repetitively titled game is a great platform game with some tough gravity—bending puzzles, all set on top of some primitive graphics and a pretty kickin’ chiptunes soundtrack.
Hammerfight — You play as a clockwork helicopter with a giant hammer attached. Your mouse moves the helicopter on the screen and you can use your momentum to send the hammer swinging into various dudes’ heads. It makes a lot more sense when you watch the trailer. Violent physics—y goodness!
And Yet It Moves — This game has you rotating the world around your character as he jumps through a cardboard cutout aesthetic that gives the game a unique feel and really challenging (for me) gameplay
So what are you waiting for? Check it out at http://www.humblebundle.com/