Earlier this year, we wrote about the "Humble Indie Bundle,"
which was a group of indie video games available in a bundle on a pay-what-you-want basis (and with a nice charitable component). The bundle got a lot of attention, and they were able to bring in $1,273,588
in just two weeks. After it was all over, one complaint I heard was that such things were clearly a "one-off" that could never be repeated. Well, recently, the Humble Indie Bundle 2
came out, and with plenty of time to spare, it's already made more money than the original
. Also notable, just like last time, it was Linux users who are still paying a significantly higher amount on average -- contrary to the typical claims that Linux folks just want stuff for free....