Humble Indie Bundle's third offering was unveiled earlier today (actually, it's their fourth; #3 was an all Frozenbyte edition from a few months back). Included this time around is Crayon Physics Deluxe, Cogs, VVVVVV, Hammerfight, and And Yet It Moves.

Those familiar with the DRM-free/pay-whatever-you-want deal knows what to expect already: every game works on PC, Mac, and Linux (it's the first time a few have made the cross-platform plunge; for example, OS X users can finally see what Crayon Physics Deluxe and Hammerfight are all about). It's up to you how your dollar amount will be divvied up between the developers, Electronic Frontier Foundation, Child's Play, or Humble Bundle themselves.

Each game is definitely worth checking out, though VVVVVV might deserve the most attention. Included in the pack is version 2.0, which offers a level editor and 10 stages from assorted notable names from the indie game set, like Notch, who made something called Minecraft.

[via distractionware]