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Humble Indie Bundle X offers up Joe Danger 2, Surgeon Simulator, and more

Danny Cowan, @db_cowan
January 7, 2014
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Who's humble and ready to bundle? Is it you? Are you sure you're humble enough? The tenth Humble Indie Bundle launches today, offering up to six DRM-free, cross-platform PC games for a buyer-chosen price.

All bundle buyers will receive Steam-redeemable copies of Hello Games' motorcycle stunt sim Joe Danger 2: The Movie, Freebird Games' elegiac RPG To the Moon, Minority's fantasy-themed adventure game Papo & Yo, and Gaijin Games' autoscrolling rhythm-platformer Runner2: Future Legend of Rhythm Alien.

Chip in a little extra cash to beat the bundle's average purchase price and you'll also receive Bossa Studios' super-gross/super-hilarious Surgeon Simulator 2013 and Abbey Games' planet-shaping strategy game Reus. Humble Indie Bundle X also includes a collection of soundtracks for all featured games, and if past bundles are of any indication, a bonus game or two are likely to be added at a later date.





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