How Much Would You Pay for Frozenbyte’s Games and Soundtracks?

So, how much would you pay for all of Frozenbyte’s games? No, I’m really asking, because right now you can set your own price point as part of the latest Humble Bundle offering.

For the next 14 days, you can buy the Humble Frozenbyte Bundle, valued at upwards of $50, for whatever you think it’s worth. Before you settle on a fair price, let’s take a look at what comes in the bundle.

Contents include Windows, Mac and Linux versions of Trine, Shadowgrounds, and Shadowgrounds Survivor, Ari Pulkkinen’s soundtracks for all three games, a Windows-only prototype for a canceled action game called Jack Claw (source code included with Mac/Linux ports incoming), and a pre-order for Frozenbyte’s next game Splot, which is currently in development for Windows, Mac, Linux, iOS and other platforms.

All included games are free of DRM (you can choose to get redeem codes for use on Steam, OnLive, or Desura), and when you purchase you even decide where your dollar goes. You can give it directly to the developers, to charity or to Humble Bundle, or divvy your donation up.

If you’re still having trouble deciding on a fair price to pay, you can monitor the current going rate on the Humble Bundle site. So far the average purchase price is $5.15 and over 45,000 people have contributed to a total fund of more than $236,000!

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