Play Cool Games in Firefox, and Name Your Price for Them

by Ostatic Staff - Oct. 15, 2014

Humble Bundle, a donation-based roundup of really great games available for Android, Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux, has been on our radar here at OStatic for a while. We covered it here, back when the folks behind the games decided to let users name their own price for the games. 

Now, Humble Bundle has partnered with Mozilla to serve up a new collection of browser games, and you can once again pay whatever you wish for them. The Humble Mozilla Bundle includes eight high-quaity games, playable in the browser with no extensions necessary. The games include: Aaaaa! for the Awesome, Osmos, Super Hexagon, Zen Bound 2, and Dustforce DX.

 If the price you pick is greater than the average purchase price you get two extra games: Voxatron and FTL: Faster Than Light Advanced Edition.

Depending on when you pick your price, you'll find the average price being paid for the bundle hovering around $4, which is very reasonable. Thus far, 27, 208 bundles have been sold.

The Humble Bundle games have been especially popular with Linux users, who haven't had as many games available to them as users on other platforms. Note that in addition to picking your own price for the games, you can also choose to specify that your payment goes toward the Mozilla Foundation or other causes.