The Humble Indie Bundle was first released last year as an experiment of sorts. A few independent PC developers got together and released their games, DRM free, for a name your price sale that not only supported them - but various charities like Child's Play. A second bundle was released a few months later continuing the tradition and success, but today marks the first time that a publisher has gotten on board with the unique approach.
FrozenByte is offering up a chunk of their catalog and you get to name your own price. The bundle includes several co-op titles - Trine, Shadowgrounds: Survivor and Shadowgrounds. Also included is pre-order for a platformer called Splot and the source code for an unfinished game called Jack Claw. Not a bad packaged deal.
Again - you name your price and decide who gets what percentage of what you pay. Charities include Child's Play and the Electronic Frontier Foundation. The average purchase price for the $50 estimate value of games is about $5. All the games are DRM free and can be redeemed on Steam, OnLive and Desura.
So head on over to www.humblebundle.com and purchase an awesome pack of games and support a charity and small developers in the process!