The folks at Humble Bundle have released another compilation of indie games for PC, Mac and Linux. Humble Indie Bundle 7, like its predecessors, costs whatever you're willing to pay.
Regardless of the size of your donation, Humble Indie Bundle buyers will get The Binding of Isaac, Closure, Shank 2 and Snapshot. It also includes Indie Game: The Movie, a documentary that profiles the developers of Super Meat Boy, Fez and Braid. You'll get access to the digital soundtrack of the film, Snapshot, Closure and Shank 2 as well.
If you pay more than the average buyer (currently $5.96), you'll also get two more games: co-op tower defense game Dungeon Defenders and action RPG Legend of Grimrock. Humble Bundle Inc. will even throw in the DLC for Defenders.
As usual, customers can choose how the money from their purchase is distributed. You can divvy up the cash between the developers, Child's Play, the Electronic Frontier Foundation and Humble Bundle Inc. in any way you choose. The online form lets you specify the split down to the very last cent if you're so inclined.
This is the second Humble Bundle offered this month. The first, the Humble THQ Bundle, earned $5 million in sales. That compilation was a bit controversial due to the fact that it didn't have indie games and all of the titles were solely for the PC. Humble Indie Bundle 7, however, marks a return to the company tradition.
Humble Bundle 7 will be available for the next two weeks. A trailer highlighting its games can be seen below. If you've decided to make a purchase, head to HumbleBundle.com.