The Humble Indie Bundle has been an amazing value for gamers on a budget, and it has also been known to pack in a ton of simply awesome indie games together to boot. Humble has been letting indies use their own checkout system, so having their own dedicated storefront just made sense.
The thing that makes the Humble Store a bit different, however, is that Humble takes a smaller cut from profits, and they also contribute 10% of the sale to charity. Pretty awesome huh?
In case you’re one of those people (like me) that gets paranoid about whether or not a game has draconian digital rights management, each game denotes if it has DRM and what type, and also what platforms the games are compatible with (Steam, Origin, etc).
You can view the newly opened Humble Store here.