Humble Indie Bundle V just became an even bigger bargain. The pay-whatever-you-want bundle of PC, Mac and Linux indie games has been expanded from five games to eight.
The new additions are time-traveling puzzle game Braid, hard-as-nails platformer Super Meat Boy and 2D survival horror title Lone Survivor. In order to get these games, you'll need to pay more than the average price. The average as of now is $7.92, which is less than you'd normally have to pay for any one of these games.
In case you're wondering, these three games will be rewarded retroactively. If you already bought the bundle this past week, you'll find them waiting for you on your download page.
Psychonauts, LIMBO, Amnesia: The Dark Descent, Superbrothers: Sword & Sworcery EP will be yours no matter how much you pay. Spending above average will get you the previously announced bonus Bastion as well. The bundle also includes digital soundtracks for these five titles.
The proceeds from bundle sales go toward the developers, charity (digital rights advocacy group EFF and Child's Play), and organizers Humble Bundle Inc. You can actually specify how much of your money goes to each of these organizations. Thus far, gamers have shelled out over $3.4 million.
Humble Bundle V will be available for one more week. To check it out, head here.