With seven noteworthy, DRM-free indie games and some new swag to buy, Humble Indie Bundle 12 is offering great things for the sake of helping charity.

This month's Humble Bundle lets you pay what you want for Gunpoint, Hammerwatch and SteamWorld Dig. Those who pay more than the average price of what everyone else has been paying (currently $7.51) will receive Papers, Please, Luftrausers and Gone Home with the other three games. Paying $10 or more will get you all six games along with the Early Access version of Prison Architect.

On top of Humble Bundle's digital offerings, the website will be offering the Humble Indie Bundle 12 Entertainment System for those who pay $65 or more. This includes all seven games, a special issue of HIB Informer Magazine (which features 30-pages of tips for this month's games), a HIB shirt, a set of pins (including an Arstotzka Crest), a 12" vinyl EP and a HIB 12 Shareware 3.5" floppy disk with hidden secrets on it. Good luck finding a PC that still has a working floppy disk drive out in the wild.

Humble Indie Bundle 12 will run for two weeks, ending on Sept. 23. Even though there's a pay-what-you-want system in play, please remember that Humble Indie Bundle 12 is supporting the Electronic Frontier Foundation and Child's Play Charity with this month's proceeds. We hope that our readers remember these charitable organizations when deciding to throw down money for this Humble Bundle.

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