The Humble Bundle is back with another batch of pay-what-you-want games. This time, the bundle is a complete anthology of games from UK-based indie studio Introversion, including four titles: Uplink, Darwinia, DEFCON, and Multiwinia.
Per usual, a portion of the proceeds go to charity, and anyone who pays more than the current average will get a few extra games added to their bundle. This go around, the bonuses are Aquaria and Crayon Physics Deluxe. Both of those titles have appeared in previous bundles, though, so they won't sweeten the deal quite as much if you're a long time follower.
As a nice added bonus, the bundle also includes two protoype tech demos, one centered around destructible voxel buildings, and the other a dynamic city-generation tool Introversion built for their future project, Subversion. (The developer recently put that title's development on hold, perhaps indefinitely, to work on an entirely different game, Prison Architect.) While they're not games per se, they're pretty nifty timewasters, and they're exclusively available through the bundle.
While all the games on offer work on PC, Mac, and Linux, the tech demos only offer Windows support. The Humble Introversion Bundle will only be available for the next two weeks, so don't wait too long to pick it up.