This year's second Humble Indie Bundle -- the pay-what-you-want promotion selling five Windows/Mac/Linux indie games to raise money for independent developers and charities -- has more than doubled its offerings by including all the titles from the first Humble Indie Bundle held in May!

So far, more than 180,000 people have purchased this bundle, contributing a total of $1.34 million and an average of $7.34 to pick up Number None's Braid, Data Realms's Cortex Command, Amanita Design's Machinarium, Hemishere Games' Osmos, and Puppy Games' Revenge of the Titans.

Everyone who's already bought this bundle will also now receive 2D Boy's World of Goo, Bit Blot's Aquaria, Cryptic Sea's Gish, Wolfire's Lugaru HD and Frictional Games's Penumbra Overture. Future buyers will need to donate at least $7.34 to receive the extra games and help boost the average.

The contributions will be split up among the first and second Humble Indie Bundle game developers, digital rights advocacy non-profit Electronic Frontier Foundation, children's charity Child's Play, and Humble Indie Bundle's organizers.